MakeMeOverEb! Begins her College tour, First Stop Claflin University

CU college tour 2Beauty, fashion and branding blogger extraordinaire, MakeMeOverEb will be presenting a “Brand Yourself” event at several colleges in South Carolina. The first stop of the college tour will be at Claflin University in Orangeburg, SC.  The event will cover topics of growing your own business, dressing for success, developing a brand online and using social media to find internships.  The event is not only for those who wish to start a business or already has a business but for anyone who operates online in a professional manner. It is especially important for college students to begin to brand themselves professionally online as they seek out jobs and internships in this new digital age.

The event will take place Friday, February 28,2014 between the hours of 10:00 am and 1:00 pm in the Multipurpose Room inside the student center at Claflin University. Claflin University students along with students of the other schools and all people of the Orangeburg community are invited to attend.

Along with a few student vendors, the event will feature the vendors of Mary Kay cosmetics, Oregano Gold and Posh Perfect. MakeMeOverEb will also be selling natural hair sample kits for $5.00 for the soon to be launched 12 Weeks to Natural Hair business venture.

There will be refreshments, giveaways and music at the event. You can register for the event for a free ticket at

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