Are you heading to Orlando this week for Family Reunion 2015? We put together a list of some of the basics to help you make the most of your trip:
- Print your name badges AT HOME. Your name badge was emailed to you on Friday, January 30, 2015. Please be sure to print your name badge before you leave. When you arrive, visit Fast Pass for your conference materials.
- Arrive to sessions EARLY if you want to get a good seat. How early? Thirty minutes to an hour should secure you a decent spot toward the middle.
- Bring snacks. Food is always available at the convention center. But if you bring your own you might avoid lines during peak snacking hours.
- Have a phone charger. Your gadgets may not make it the whole day. Have a charger handy in case you need to plug it in – or just take a minute to recharge yourself.
- Enjoy the KW Exchange. With more than 100 vendors attending this year, you’ll want to make sure you take some time to learn about the latest innovations to power your business.
- Bring business cards. The number of referrals you could receive from Family Reunion is endless – don’t miss out on this fantastic opportunity to put your name in the hands of agents across the globe.
- Don’t forget about the Block Party! Join us for drinks, music and networking at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, February 9. Visit one of the sponsors in the KW Exchange to receive your VIP invite.
- Wear layers. The General Session Halls tend to be on the cooler side to accommodate the 10,000 attendees in one area. Check the weather and pack accordingly.
- Reserve your onsite baggage check. Baggage check will be available beginning at 7 a.m. on Wednesday, February 11 in the Hall C foyer, Level 2. Click here to sign up.
- Check the KW Blog. We will be covering many of the breakout sessions and posting articles recapping the event on the blog all week long!
Social Media Tips
Be sure to read our Social Guide to Family Reunion 2015. Learn where to connect with us online and what hashtags to use to join in the conversations.
If you have a question we didn’t cover on this list, visit the Family Reunion FAQ page.
Most importantly, be safe and have fun!