See a friend? Be sure to let them know you’ll be there!
A big THANK YOU to all the Sponsoring Attendees. Take a moment to check out Sponsoring Attendees’ websites, follow them on Twitter, and send them a “thank you” tweet.
Sponsoring Attendees make a small donation on top of their ticket price. This donation goes toward WordCamp KC operations expenses. You too, can become a Sponsoring Attendee
Get Your Avatar Image
Some of you may be wondering, “How did some people get their image up there? And why do I have the Mystery Man?” The answer is Gravatars! If you would like to have your image appear on the attendees page as well, go to the Gravatars website and register an account (it’s totally free). Then add the email you used to buy your WordCamp ticket to your Gravatar account and associate an image/icon with that email. Once that is done, this site will automatically pull that image up on the Attendees Page. This will also work for any other site makes use of Gravatars, like other WordCamp sites, blog comments, etc.
Want to spread the Word?
Text to use on Social Media:
I’m attending WordCamp in Kansas City April 28-29 and you should too! Register at http://kansascity.wordcamp.org. #wpkc
Have you bought your tickets yet? https://kansascity.wordcamp.org/tickets/ #WCKC
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April 28-29: WordCamp KC at Kauffman Foundation. WordCamps are locally-organized, public education conferences on WordPress, a free public-access software powering 75 million web sites. For more info visit http://kansascity.wordcamp.org.
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April 28-29: WordPress WordCamp @ 11:00am-4:00pm Fri, 8:00am-4:00pm Sat. Kauffman Foundation, 4801 Rockhill Rd, Kansas City, MO 64110. WordCamps are locally-organized, public education conferences on WordPress, a free public-access software powering 75 million web sites. These low-key local gatherings allow people from all walks of life to attend, meet, share and learn. For more info visit http://kansascity.wordcamp.org.