AD: Natural State of Health expo to return to Fayetteville May 2

The Natural State of Health is coming back to the Fayetteville Town Center on May 2nd, 2015.

Last year, the event brought 34 local natural health practitioners, businesses and organizations together with hundreds of people from across the tri-state area.

Not only did attendees get to talk one-on-one with local health care practitioners, they also got to try out free acupuncture, yoga, qi gong, take a class making herbal medicine, or listen to a variety of speakers.

This year, with additional funding from the Fayetteville Advertising and Promotion Commission, we are working to grow the event and are currently looking for Vendors and Sponsors. If you have a local natural health practice, business, or organization here are some of the ways you can participate:

  • Rent a booth and showcase what you do best. Sell goods or gift certificates, chat with the public about what you do, offer free or discounted services, handouts or educational materials. The space is yours to design and you keep all your profits.
  • Sponsor The Natural State of Health. With several tiers of sponsorship, you have options on just how much you want to get your business name and logo out in front of the public.
  • Donate to our Silent Auction. This year we will be auctioning off packages containing natural health products and services, with all proceeds going to Apple Seeds and Feed Fayetteville. If you just can’t make it to the event on May 2, donating to the silent auction is a great way to get your business associated with the best in natural health and wellness in Northwest Arkansas.

The Natural State of Health is free to the public and doors will open at 9 a.m. on May 2.

Arrive early to get a free reusable tote stuffed with goodies.

You can find out more and print Vendor/Sponsor forms at The site is updated frequently as we add vendors and activities. Booth rental rates increase April 1st, so sign up today

The Natural State of Health is sponsored by Fayetteville Flyer, Good Will Massage, Greenhouse Grille, Ozark Natural Foods, and Steel Creek Acupuncture.

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All photos by Jeremy Scott