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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Del Mar, CA—Conferences and seminars, especially those that attract a large percentage of women, are becoming big business for new singer-songwriter, Chantal from Costa Mesa, California. The upcoming May 20th Women in Business Symposium at the Del Mar Fairgrounds (7:30am – 5:00pm) quickly signed Chantal many months ago after hearing her perform at a Women’s Advancement Network event.
“This talented singer-songwriter (Chantal) shares her musical and spiritual insights with a raw passion that is simply unforgettable. After hearing her music, you will leave with a heightened commitment to your vision, a deepened insight into life, and a renewed feeling that anything is possible!” agrees Karen Winston, co-producer of the Women in Business Symposium.
Chantal, a native of Orange County whose empowering music style ranges from country to R&B, depending on the message of the lyrics, has written and/or performed for Jean Houston, Mark Victor Hansen, John Gray, Bob Proctor, Byron Katie, Mimi Donaldson, PSI Seminars, Principia, BMS Expo, Women’s Advancement Network, Enlightenment Center, The Learning Light, Redlands New Thought Center, and Triune Publications Seminars.
“I enjoy performing at the conferences and seminars because the participants have usually gathered for a structured purpose. This allows me to create and perform customized songs that speak directly to their goals, desires, and issues,” says Chantal. Among the song titles by Chantal are: “Beautiful Woman,” “Daily Grind,” In the Meantime,” and “What If?”
The Women in Business Symposium (WIBS), a San Diego regional all-day women’s conference, is pleased to be showcasing Chantal at its 5th Annual Symposium, May 20, 2004, at the Del Mar Fairgrounds. Chantal’s original music will open the event at 9:00am and she will perform again after lunch.
The purpose of the Women in Business Symposium, an annual daylong conference, is to re-energize businesswomen with motivation, education, entertainment, and networking that may help them make good connections and support their goals for success. The day includes presentations by top professional speakers, and afternoon roundtable discussions with experts in three topic areas: Business, Health/Wellness, and Attitude. There will also be more than 55 exhibitors, a formal luncheon with silent fashion show, and live music by Chantal.
Sponsors of this year’s Symposium include Rancho Santa Fe Review, Carmel Valley News, Del Mar Village Voice, LOGO Expressions Inc., dr. internet, The Corporate Basket, INTEGRITY, Winston Marketing & Public Relations, eWomenNetwork.com, La Boca Fina Dental Spa, and Shared Vision Network. Admission to the Symposium is $69 per person. For more information, please visit the website: www.WIBSymposium.com or call 858.755.5913.


- Winston Marketing and Public Relations


Discography

"Give You Away"(single:father-daughter wedding song)
"No Ordinary Girl" (Positive "tween" pop)
"Me-Size Shoes" (Empowering songs for women)
"What If?" (Motivational songs for speakers/events)
"Trouble" (Sassy songs for single women)
"Just a Little" (Music Sampler)

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"Chantal, a native of Orange County whose empowering music style ranges from country to tween-pop, brings motivational, and thought-provoking music to any event. Says Karen Winston, co-producer of the Women in Business Symposium, "This singer-songwriter shares her musical insights with a raw passion that is simply unforgettable. After hearing her music, you will leave with a heightened commitment to your vision, a deepened insight into life, and a renewed feeling that anything is possible!" Chantal has written and/or performed for organizations and speakers such as The American Cancer Society, The Hunger Relief Organization, KIPP (as seen on Oprah), Unstoppable Giving Challenge, My Vision Foundation for young breast cancer survivors, Girls Lead Now, The Uganda Project, Just Like My Child Foundation, Women's Advancement Network, Cynthia Kersey, Debbie Ford, Jean Houston, Mark Victor Hansen, Bob Proctor, Debbie Ford, Mary Manin Morrissey, Ann Tardy, Mimi Donaldson, and Dr. Richard Schulze.