Bay Area Elder Consumer Expos in February and April

Contact Brandi Palmer
Manager of Media Relations

Stetson University College of Law invites seniors to its Gulfport campus for two free Bay Area Elder Consumer Protection Expos in February and April.

Expos educating seniors about consumer protection, exploitation, abuse and neglect will be offered on Feb. 13 and on April 22 between 8 a.m.-12 p.m. Both expos will be offered in the Great Hall at Stetson Law, 1401 61st St. S.

A free continental breakfast will be provided. Space is limited.

Expos include on-site shredding services, “Do-Not-Call” and “Opt-Out” registry information, door prizes, presentations, and informational exhibits by local, state and federal agencies.

Parking is available at Stetson at the corner of 61st St. S. and 15th Ave. S. Expo attendees may also be dropped at the entrance to the school before parking their vehicles.

To learn more about attending or exhibiting at Stetson’s upcoming presentations for seniors, please call Slade Dukes, Elder Consumer Protection Program fellow, at 727-562-7800 ext. 7078 or e-mail If attendance requires any physical assistance, please call two weeks prior to the event.

Stetson University College of Law is a national leader in the field of elder law. Stetson’s Elder Consumer Protection Program serves as an educational, informational and instructional resource about general and legal matters in the areas of elder consumer protection, abuse, neglect and exploitation. Supported in part by limited state and federal funding, the program offers materials and services that provide and promote general knowledge, public awareness and assistance, and professional development. Stetson also is home to the Eleazer Courtroom, the nation’s first elder-friendly courtroom, dedicated in September of 2005.