Moms and Pops of America
CONTACT FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Tel: 480- 218-1112
CRIME AND SCAM PREVENTION SEMINAR FOR SENIORS
TO BE OFFERED IN APACHE JUNCTION
Seminar to feature Speakers Bureau to Empower and Defend Seniors in Apache Junction
Thursday, August 3 – Mesa, Arizona. The Moms and Pops of America, a not for profit grassroots organization, is co-sponsoring a senior seminar that will focus on presenting Crime, Scam and Identity Theft prevention experts to offer free information and workshops specific to seniors most vulnerable to these incidents.
This event will facilitate guest speakers who will discuss and present live demonstrations, safety tips and learning opportunities to assist seniors in protecting themselves from Identity Theft, Scams, Physical Assault and Burglary. Attendees will have access to Senior Advocates, Self Defense and Self Awareness training, Business Vetting tips and access to support through the Pinal-Gila County Council Area Agency on Aging Region V if they have already been or become a victim of one of these types of crimes. There will also be discussion on incorporating neighborhood watch programs within their communities.
The four hour event will feature TRIAD- Pinal County Sheriffs Office, Pinal County Attorney General’s Office, Apache Junction Active Adult Center, Second Amendment Sisters, Life Lock, Bob Ross, Self-Defense Instructor and the Moms and Pops of America.
The location of The Crime and Scam Prevention Seminar for Seniors is the Multi-Generational Center located at 1035 N. Idaho Rd. in Apache Junction, AZ 85119.
Date of the event will take place on Saturday August 13, 2011, from 9am - 1pm. Light lunch, refreshments and a morning muffin will be offered to all attendees along with door prizes which will include surprise giveaways from local sponsors.
Moms and Pops of America is a volunteer based grassroots advocacy organization made up of men and women with a special emphasis on issues which affect small businesses and seniors.
For more information contact Kara Holt at 480-218-1112, 480-299-7236 or email for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website at www.momsandpopsofamerica.com.