BlogHer Conference Update: Second Annual Food Conference is TWO Weeks Away

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Those of you who have been reading these posts and attending our conferences for the past few years might remember that I don't do the "countdown" to conference day -- kinda makes me nervous. But today, I am trying to shake that fear. So: Two weeks from today, all of you who are registered for the Second Annual BlogHer Food event will convene at the InterContinental in San Francisco! I am really very excited to say the truth!

Once again, foodies from far and wide will meet to discuss their favorite topic -- FOOD. And blogging about FOOD ... Read on for the activities we have in store for you and your time with us:

Have you frosted your blog (yes you can expect silly comments) with BlogHer Food Bling? Pop over to the post and download the code and decorate away!

We have also posted our conference guide so you can start your planning. Make sure to check out the Saturday afternoon Ferry Building excursion (page 18) -- it's sure to be a blast.

Did you notice that we have some pretty fantastic speakers lined up? Like I mentioned before, I'm not a foodie, but I know you are in for some stimulating sessions! Make sure to check out the agenda for a detailed list of who is speaking when.

We are also bringing back the BlogHer Food bookstore. If you are an author and you would like to have your book on display (pending availability) please email me the name of your book AND the ISBN number and we'll make every effort to have it onsite at the event. Please note that we are not hosting a book signing.

And what BlogHer event would be complete without our sponsors? We are bringing you an all-star line-up of sponsors who are ready to showcase their products and answer your questions.

Finally -- if you haven't registered for BlogHer '11 in San Diego, now is the time! Learn more about our annual conference here and secure your spot -- San Diego awaits!

Have a fabulous weekend and I'll see you soon!

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