Asheville, NC, March 31, 2019 – Don’t Be a Cow! had its hands full this weekend at the annual LIVE WELL EXPO in Asheville, NC. The 6th annual Expo presented by First Bank, Ingles Markets & Mission Health was held on Saturday, March 30 at the Davis Pavilion at the WNC AG Center. There were over 100 vendors and 9,000 plus attendees.
Both George and Rachel Barker, the authors were on hand along with Gary James, web manager, jamesgang creative communications.
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Chamber Banquet honors outstanding members of the community
The Tallassee Chamber of Commerce held the annual Chamber Banquet last Thursday at the Civic Center in Wetumpka. This year’s keynote speaker was George Barker, who along with his wife, Rachel, wrote the book, “Don’t be a Cow! Follow Your Own Path.” Barker explained the importance of happiness and strength.
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By Carmen Rodgers
Published 10:28 am Thursday, February 8, 2018
By Carmen Rodgers
(File photo) The Tallassee Chamber of Commerce recently announced George and Rachael Barker as the guest speakers for the upcoming 2018 Chamber Banquet. The Barkers are well known local authors of “Don’t Be A Cow!: Find Your Own Path: A Collection of Daily Observations and Lessons for Discovering True Happiness!”