BlogHer Conference Update - - September 28, 2012

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It's that time -- the weekend! We've had a great week here on the events team -- working and playing (see photo below), Thursday Shoe Day has resumed (check out Miriam's post), and we're ramping up all things *events*.

First things first, we have a BIG announcement coming next week related to BlogHer Food '13 in Austin. Nope, I'm not going to tell you; you'll have to pay attention for a post next week, and yep, we like to tease!

But since we're discussing BlogHer Food '13, don't forget registration is open and you can book your hotel room now. We're also heads down planning all things "extra-curricular" while we are in Austin. After all, it is the live music capital of the world, so we're making sure not miss any of the good stuff. Have any great ideas for things to do or places to see? Share them below.

We have also started our Community Forum for BlogHer Food '13. Here you can post if you need a roommate, carpool partner or conference buddy -- check it out and join today.

On to BlogHer '13 in Chicago...

Registration is open, open and open! Now, it is important to call out a few things:

  • Our price for bloggers is the same as it was in 2005 -- $198 + processing fee.
  • Early bird ends on November 7 and then the price goes up to $398 + processing fee.

Our host hotel, the Sheraton Chicago Hotel and Towers, is accepting reservations for our conference, so book your room now and guarantee your spot at the heart of the event.

And a note to all of our attendees about transportation to and from the McCormick Place and the Sheraton:

We will be providing shuttle service to and from the convention center and the Sheraton. We are working out all of the logistics and will share more information as we move along in the process. Stay tuned for all the details.

Until next time...

Lori Luna
vp, event operations

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