Yes, you. I’m talking to you with the diabetes.*
Wanted to give you a quick update on what’s going on with The Diabetes UnConference. (And if you don’t know what it is… please go to www.DiabetesUnConference.com and learn about the first multi-day peer-to-peer idea exchange for ALL adults with diabetes (Type 1, Type 2, Type I want to talk about my diabetes…) being held at the Flamingo Las Vegas from March 13 – 15, 2015.
Room Block Deadline: February 10, 2015
The super-duper low room rate at The Flamingo Las Vegas, where the conference is being held, is only available until February 10, 2015. (This means you can count the days left on two hands if you have all ten fingers. If you don’t, well… borrow.)
After that, they release the room block to the hoards of basketball fans who will descend on Las Vegas for March Madness. (We root for Team Diabetes UnConference. We are undefeated.)
Don’t get caught paying a stupidly high rate for a room that you can get for a song (if that song costs $69.00+applicable tax and fees) through The Diabetes UnConference room block. Check out the information about The Flamingo Las Vegas here. And book your room here.
Attendee Registration Deadline: March 1, 2015
Even if you aren’t planning on staying at the hotel, please register by March 1st. We won’t be able to accommodate walk-ups, as head counts must be given to catering and for the incredible Dexcom sponsored High Roller event. I would hate for anyone to not be able to participate because they waited until the last minute. I can’t “squeeze you in”. Don’t miss out.
Why Should You Come To The Diabetes UnConference?
You can learn why I think you should come. Watch this interview where I make a lot of funny faces and answer questions (thank to TuDiabetes for the hilarious chat!):
Of course, you don’t have to take my word for it. Take their words:
- DiabetesMine’s words
- A Sweet Life’s words
- Kerri Sparling of Six Until Me’s words
- Stephen of Happy-Medium’s words
- Rhonda of Fifteen Wait Fifteen’s words
- Diabetes Daily’s words
- Heather of Unexpected Blues’ words
- Kelly of Diabetesaliciousness’ Words
We want you to be there. We want you to feel like you can talk openly about diabetes without judgment and learn from others. We want you to join us for the crazy, zany, beautiful things that will happen.
Don’t miss out. We don’t want to miss you.
*And you with the desire to help those with diabetes. We love you, too. While you can’t join us this year, you can help spread the word. Don’t worry… we have plans for you to come next year!