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Mom 2.0 Summit Makes Big Announcement: Versace!

We’re less than six weeks away from the fourth annual Mom 2.0 Summit, a conference for mom bloggers and marketers that is “the premier professional conference for influential mom bloggers and female entrepreneurs who create online content.”

Today those of us heading to the conference got a pretty sweet email today: the final party of the conference won’t be held in a dressed up conference room; we’ll be going to, of all places, the Versace Mansion.

Yes, you read that right.

Here’s the announcement in part:

Remember how you spent last Cinco de Mayo? No, of course you don’t. Because as fun as it sounds in theory, it’s always one of those unawesomely unmemorable holidays involving overpriced (and bad) margaritas at Casa something restaurant that you can’t think of two days later.

But not this year.

Because this year, you’ll be spending the Fifth of May in the Ultimate Miami Beach hot spot of over-the-top awesomeness.

I’ve been to the Mom 2.0 Summit each year, and it’s a wonderful conference with great content. It is definitely, however, what I think of as a more “luxury” conference; the hotels have always been higher end and more expensive (the Four Seasons in Houston at first, then the Ritz Carleton in both New Orleans last year and this year in Key Biscayne). Normally conference hotels top out around $200 a room night, but you’ll pay closer to $300 a night at Mom 2.0.

Not that it isn’t worth it! This smaller, more intimate conference offers a different experience than Blissdom or Type-A Parent. It’s an immersive experience, with a nice balance of inspiration and beauty along with tech and geek info you need to succeed as a blogger.

Trust me when I tell you the Mom 2.0 Summit is one you don’t want to miss if you can get there.

As for me, now I have to figure out what in the hell this fat chick is going to wear to the former home of a fashion icon. This I know: it will likely be black. See you in Florida!

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