Monday, February 10, 2014

Food Allergy Bloggers Conference 2014 - Tickets on Sale!

As I explained in an earlier post, the Food Allergy Bloggers Conference was a uniquely spectacular experience. This was my first blogging-related conference, and I am now probably spoiled for all other conferences! I've been to other conferences for non-blogging-related purposes and I would stack Chef Keith's amazing food up against any that I've had at other events. The impressive thing is that the food was allergy-friendly and catered to other dietary restrictions, as well. Chef Keith is a #CustomEater Magician!

Getting together, in person, with so many awe-inspiring, dedicated, conscientious, and motivated bloggers and advocates was a dream come true and this dream will be brought to life, again, this September! The lineup of speakers is shaping up to be fantastic and more are to be announced! Not yet listed on the Speakers page, but announced under a separate post, was the addition of Robyn O'Brien! There is sure to be something for everyone at this event.

My apologies for being late in announcing such fantastic news, but tickets are on sale and there is a $75 discount in progress, through February 15, 2014. Valentine's Day, aside from the historical origins, is about love and friendship, so what better way to celebrate than to get yourself (or have someone get you) a ticket to an event full of friends, both existing and soon-to-be, with whom you share common purposes and passions?

Flowers fade, candy is consumed, but the experiences of the Food Allergy Bloggers Conference stay with you always! I hope you'll join us and bring your unique perspective into the fold.

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Disclosure: I am being compensated for design work, printed material creation and other duties as assigned, for the Food Allergy Bloggers Conference, but I am not being paid to promote the event.  All personal blogging activity is of my own volition and not commissioned or required by the Food Allergy Bloggers Conference.  

1 comment:

  1. Awesome!
    It looks really exciting! Wish I was in the US to attend :)

    As a holistic nutritionist and as someone who used to have really severe eczema, I'm always aware of food allergies and foods to avoid (especially for my clients and for myself!).

    Looking fwd to reading your follow up posts on this!