GREAT FALLS — The annual "What Women Want" expo continued in Great Falls on Saturday, with scores of vendors aiming to delight, inspire, and educate.
Women of all ages, as well as some men, attended the largest women’s event in Montana at Montana ExpoPark. The event features products, services, demonstrations, and entertainment that are important to women and their families from more than 100 vendors.
One up-and-coming business owner knows what women want, and says he has the goods to prove it. Young entrepreneur Devlin Carlson used the expo as an opportunity to showcase his new and used goods business called Capsule Of Time.
Carlson takes goods others ask him to sell or ones he’s crafted himself and sells them at public events. “I think this is actually a great thing to have here...A lot of my stuff like my products that I normally sell is mainly more female-oriented anyway,” Carlson said.
Some of his signature items include hand-carved rock figurines, jewelry, Australian opals and meditation singing bowls -unique items that appeal more to female clientele.
“I came to this event because I was hoping to get my business out there a little bit. This will let a lot of people come in get new companies out there that are just starting so people know where they are, who they are, the whole bit,”
You can check out Carlson's by visiting his website.
Also on hand during the event was the Electric City Pittie Committee, which works to help support education and advocacy regarding pit bulls and other "bully breeds."