FULLERTON, Calif. — Nearly 1200 women donning red hats and purple outfits will be spinning the town to their own tune in Nashville, Tennessee – August 8-11, 2019.
This year, the Red Hat Society is spreading the power of fun with all they meet, bringing positivity and friendship to influence the way society views of getting older. At the Hatsville Live event, held at the Gaylord Opryland Resort, Hatters from 3 countries and 41 states will participate in events such as an international gathering of Red Hatters and river cruise on Thursday, a night at the Grand Ole Opry on Friday, a Music City Celebration with guest speaker Marc Middleton of Growing Bolder, and an exciting Backstage Bash Dinner party on Saturday.
The Red Hat Society has been celebrating its brand of fun in a new way throughout the year: by bringing the life-changing, uniting power of fun to the world! The goal is to spread fun and friendship wherever Hatters go, sharing joy and laughter to those around them! Red and Pink Hatters share their fun in many ways: they go sky diving together, swap anti-aging tips and offer support through life’s challenges, among many other activities. RHS is an outlet that gives women approaching age 50 and beyond the permission to have fun.
“So many women are taking care of their children, their parents,” says CEO Debra Granich. “They deserve an escape. The Red Hat Society values fun and what it means in our lives. We are better wives and mothers, better to our community, because we take the time to have fun and build friendships.”
With more than 40,000 members, the Red Hat Society has Chapters in all 50 U.S. states, nine Canadian provinces and more than 25 countries around the world.
For interviews with the Founder or CEO or more information on any of our events, please call Debra Granich at (714-726-1959. Photographs, additional press materials also available.
For more information, visit www.redhatsociety.com/page/press.