March 17, 2016For Immediate Release
Newborn ExpoPresented by Boys Town Pediatrics
OMAHA, NEB. – On Saturday, March 26, 2016, Boys Town Pediatrics will be hosting a FREE Newborn Expo from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at Boys Town Pediatrics – 139th and Pacific Street, on the Boys Town Campus. Every new and expecting mother will receive a goodie bag filled with baby care items and helpful baby information. New and expecting moms will be pampered with prenatal massages, spa treatments, desserts and more!
Guests will have the opportunity to meet and interview several Boys Town pediatricians and attend mini educational sessions to help prepare for their new baby.
Parents won’t want to miss these education sessions, because we are celebrating the holiday weekend with a special Easter giveaway. Come to the session to get your egg, and walk away with a sweet treat or a car seat! We will give out a car seat at every session. Prize drawings will be held hourly, concluding with our grand prize: a newborn photo session with Brandy Miller Photography.
The Newborn Expo participating exhibitors include Aether & Epsom, Babies R Us, Brandy Miller Photography, Breastfeeding Support & Supplies, Channel 94.1, Common Sense Parenting, Hy-Vee, Mary Kay, Mead Johnson, Mommy Assistant, Omaha District Dental Society, Omaha Public Library, A Pea in the Pod, Sam’s Club, Spa with Friends, Top to Bottom Baby Boutique and United Healthcare.
For more information about the Boys Town Pediatrics Newborn Expo, visit
Free Newborn ExpoBoys Town Pediatrics10am – 1pm14000 Boys Town Hospital Roadboystownpediatrics.org
ABOUT BOYS TOWN PEDIATRICSBoys Town Pediatrics is keeping kids healthy with extended evening and weekend appointments and scheduled same day sick appointments seven days a week. Our Board Certified pediatric specialists offer diagnosis and treatment services for life-altering disorders, chronic conditions and serious injuries. To learn more about our specialized care for kids and meet the physicians of Boys Town Pediatrics, visit
boystownpediatrics.org. Boys Town Pediatrics, together caring for kids.