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FT4RL 6: MCO Redux! Will You Join Our Triumphant Return to Orlando?

I’m happy to announce that Family Travel for Real Life (FT4RL) is returning to Orlando. We had so much fun in and around Disney that going back was a no-brainer. FT4RL 6 will be May 6 at the Hyatt Place Orlando Airport. Tickets available here. Sessions will be Saturday from 9:30-5 with lunch and afternoon snack included in admission. We will also have events Friday night and Saturday night so everyone can get to the all important business of meeting and greeting your Twitter friends IRL. 

Early May is a terrific time to visit Disney as the weather is not too hot and is during the Epcot flower and garden festival. If you’re not interested in paying for park tickets there’s still tons to do, and not just for kids

Confirmed Topics and Speakers:

Ari Charlstein, Dad of a toddler and founder of AwardMagic: Multi-Generation Travel on Miles and Points

Julianna Barrett, Mom of Tween Boys and Blogger Sporting and Special Event Travel on Miles and Points

I’m doing a session on Second Cities: thinking beyond the postcard

I still have two slots open so if you have a session idea please let me know ASAP. I have some ideas but you guys have so much more collective knowledge that I don’t want to limit your creativity.  You do NOT have to be a blogger but I prefer that you  (or one of your team as we’ve had teams present in the past) be a parent. 

I’m thrilled that all three topics we have so far are new and that Ari and Juliana are new speakers. It’s my goal for FT4RL to bring creative content to the table so alumni get something new out of the conference as well as newbies. 

Will you join us at FT4RL? Have any questions? Fire away in the comments. And if you’re an alum, feel free to share your impressions (good and bad, I can take it) for others to get an idea of the event. 

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