Wednesday, May 14, 2014

World Autoimmune Arthritis Day 2014

It's that time again! We are 5 days away World Autoimmune Arthritis Day 2014!

An annual event that allows people from all over the world no matter what timezone or what country they live in to participate! You can stay in your pajamas for 47 hours or in your bed if you want!

The convention site opens at 6am ET/USA May 19th and closes at 5am ET/USA May 21st, 2014 (which runs for 47 consecutive hours to honor ALL time zones as they  hit May 20th, the official day of World Autoimmune Arthritis Day). Registration for the live event is required. 

Learn more at: www.worldautoimmunearthritisday.org.
Nonprofits from all over the world are participating. Another 25+ LIVE presentation/chats are being scheduled and if you can't be there live to participate you can still add to the conversation in the chat room to keep the conversation going. There's also a Community Lounge so you can communicate in many languages with others from all over the world!
All of this, including hundreds of downloadable resources right to your computer which will be accessible for 47 continuous hours. 

What are you going to see during this amazing online event? I'm glad you asked!
Here is a sneak peek at some of the wonderful participants of this years event and a sneak peek into the convention site. A huge thank you to all of the participants. I hope you get the chance to stop by all of their booths. 
                   





All for the entry fee of $5.00 US if you pre-register and $7.00 if you wait until the event begins. 
Please Register!

We hope to see you all there!



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