Last week, I attended my fourth Mom 2.0 Summit (this year, held at the Ritz-Carlton in Key Biscayne, Florida). I’ve been to Mom 2.0 since the very first year, and while I didn’t love my experience last year, I’m glad to see that the Summit is back on track. I’m always pleased to see the companies that sponsor these conferences – it makes it less expensive for us to attend, and provides attendees with some great interactions.
Honda, one of my favorite brands to work with, was the presenting sponsor of the event, and offered rides from the airport for attendees. Unfortunately, we arrived too late to take advantage of this, but my roommate Annie did win a ride to the Versace Mansion party, and she took me, Charlene, and Danica along (see photo above).
Dove (the skin care line, not the chocolate company) sponsored our quest to break the world record for Tweeting, which we unfortunately didn’t do. But, they still gave the $15,000 to Girls, Inc. They also took photos and videos of attendees – some of which ended up on the Times Square jumbotron (like mine to the left).
Intel sponsored the fabulous Versace Mansion party on Saturday night, but were surprisingly absent for the rest of the conference. LG brought their gorgeous new washer/dryer combo and dishwasher, and sponsored the White Party on the first night, along with Honda. I so wish that I could have won the dishwasher – it was gorgeous.
Hallmark offered a suite similar to the one they had a Blissdom. Attendees could send cards to friends at the conference, as well as others outside of the conference. I sent a card to my mom (which was unfortunately returned to me for no postage), but I also won a Christopher Interactive Story Buddy, which is absolutely adorable.
Other notable sponsors included Aldi, Minute Clinic, Bounty, Pom, Sargento, and Lawry’s,
Did you attend the Mom 2.0 Summit? Which sponsors stood out to you?