It’s that time of year. The time when we descend on New Orleans to eat our way through all the beignets (again), pretend we’re bold enough to go on a cemetery tour, and most importantly, set up the most fun, informative, and least-boring show booth at the 2019 Peer-to-Peer Professional Forum.
All the things you need to know
Grab a free tee that you’ll actually want to wear
Stop by our booth to get your very own limited edition Decent Human tee. This year, we went with a New Orleans theme and made them a dark purple. They’re pretty awesome, so stop on by and grab one to kick off the Peer-to-Peer Professional Forum conference.
We’re giving away $5k at the 'Smaller, but Substantial Programs' summit
We’re excited to sponsor one of the summits at the Peer-to-Peer Professional Forum. Ours is called “Smaller, but Substantial Programs.” Attend and you’ll get a chance to gather with other leaders who face the budget and staffing challenges and opportunities that come with running seven-figure programs.
Additionally… we’re giving away $5,000 in donations to a few lucky nonprofits who attend the summit. Let’s just say you’ll have ‘a minute’ to potentially ‘win it.’ For more details on the summit, please click here.Check out all the CrowdRise features we’ve been working so hard on
We’ll be at our booth answering questions, doing demos, and just being there to talk about the weather or our favorite place to grab those aforementioned beignets. Stop by to grab your Decent Human tee shirt and say hi. We’d love to connect.
Live and in stereo
If you just can’t get enough of the conference, we’ll also be doing live coverage on our social media accounts (oh hey, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram), as well as on our blog. So follow along as we’ll be sure to have lots of fun insights, tidbits, and behind-the-scenes glimpses into the Peer-to-Peer Professional Forum.
That’s about it. We can’t wait to see you in New Orleans later this month. Not attending any or all of conferences this year? Stay tuned for our post next week all about how to attend this year’s conferences, without actually physically attending. Spooky.