How to Infuse More Fun Into Your Blog!

Hosted by Playskool with special guests from Sesame Street Elmo, Cookie Monster & Abby Cadabby

• Looking to add a little whimsy to your blog?
• Searching for tips on how to craft more playful prose?

Join Playskool for a (mock) session featuring some of the foremost experts in fun: the Muppets! Elmo, Cookie Monster and Abby Cadabby will offer their thoughts and advice on how to incorporate humor, fun, and just plain silliness into your posts.

Moderated by Caryn Bailey of RockinMama.net and featuring an all-star cast of characters, this silly session promises to be the talk of BlogHer ’11! Tickets are first come, first served; capacity is 175 guests. Please RSVP below. Guest names must be on the RSVP list to enter the event.

Please Note:

The first 120 guests to arrive at the event will be eligible to take one photo posed with all three Muppets. Photo session tickets will be distributed to these guests upon entry to the event; only guests with a photo ticket will participate in the scheduled photo sessions, guests must attend the photo session specified on their ticket.

When:


Friday, August 5, 2011 2:00-4:45 pm PST
2:00 pm   Doors open
2:30 pm   Muppet (Mock) Session
3:00 pm   Photo Session 1
4:00 pm   Photo Session 2

Where:


Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina
San Diego Ballroom A

How to RSVP:


To RSVP for this event, simply add your name and blog to the list below.
Once the event RSVP list is full, this event will be closed.
RSVPs are nontransferable.

As there are a limited number of spots for this event, if you RSVP and your
plans happen to change please let us know if you will be unable to attend.
For RSVP changes only, please email PlayskoolEvent@gmail.com.

If you are unable to attend our event, we invite you to stop by the Playskool Booth #201 to meet our team and check out this year’s new Sesame Street toys!

Make friends with us online! Facebook.com/Playskool, Twitter.com/Playskool, Playskool.com

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