Nashville, TN (June 12, 2001) -- 100 Oaks Mall – Nashville will host its Fifth Annual Baby Fair on Saturday, June 23rd from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Baby Fair, which will feature prize giveaways, exciting contests, informative guest speakers and educational booths, will be held on the north end of the mall's second level. Local radio stations 103 WKDF and 104 The Core will be on hand to broadcast a live remote from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and to register shoppers to win great prizes.

More than 200 prizes valued at over $5,000 can be won including baby cribs, comforters, dressers, a rocking chair and ottoman, a car seat, a safety gate and a stroller. Also up for grabs are a savings bond, gift baskets and tons of other prizes.

Shoppers can win some of these great prizes by taking part in the friendly competitions going on that day. The contests will involve everything from seeing which moms and dads can change diapers the fastest to who has the cutest baby photo. There will even be a contest to determine which expectant mom has the largest belly.

Guest speakers from Baptist Hospital and Nashville Parent will also be on hand to speak about topics pertaining to parenting and prenatal health and to answer shoppers' questions.

"We hope all parents and parents-to-be join us in this informative and exciting celebration," said Andrew J. Groveman, Senior Vice President of Belz Enterprises. "The Baby Fair has always been an enjoyable event for both children and parents."

Located at 719 Thompson Lane in Nashville, Tennessee, 100 Oaks Mall offers the finest shopping experience with key tenants such as Off 5th - Saks Fifth Avenue Outlet, Reebok and Burlington Coat Factory. Built by Belz Enterprises in 1967, 100 Oaks Mall is the second enclosed mall to have been built in the Southeast.

100 Oaks Mall is open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. and on Sundays from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.

With headquarters in Memphis, Tenn., Belz Enterprises is a multi-faceted real estate development company with more than 25 million square feet of property, including more than 40 shopping complexes, ranging from community shopping centers to regional malls, as well as industrial/warehouse/distribution facilities and developments, office parks and corporate campuses, hotels such as The Peabody Hotels in Memphis and Orlando, and residential developments.