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Bloggers Party: Bloggers Brand Talk Show Party Now Supported by Sheraton Hotels Abuja

Preparations are underway as Sheraton Hotel Abuja partners with LOGiN Bloggers Network to bring the annual "Bloggers Brand Talk-show Party" .
This is the Second edition of the Abuja Bloggers Party which started in 2013.
This converge of bloggers in Abuja and environs is a great opportunity for online correspondents to let their hair down and unwind in an atmosphere of viral live streaming and brand beneficial networking.

First held on Sunday Dec 8, 2013, supported by Lamonde hotels, as #1stAbujaBloggersParty, this event had bloggers talk about "What has blogging brought to you?: Goodwill, Money or both.
It was a very insightful discussion session that had participants recount various activities that blogging has brought to them including job placements, oversee trips, brand authority, and income.

Some of the bloggers in attendance were Development blogger, Chinwe of VSO Nigeria at www.devsynergy.com, Technology and Social good blogger, Blossom of www.blcompere.com & www.blossomnnodim.com, Apolmida, a lawyer and human right blogger at www.missmidalicious.blogspot.com, Jenny, blogpreneur and business publicist blogger at www.jennychisom.com, Ezekwesili, Intellectual property blogger at www.ideapolice.blogspot.com, Mike Semiye, NGO and grassroot skill blogger at www.ayemafrica.blogspot.com amongst many others.

This year's event has been branded "Bloggers Brand Talk show party" with theme "Wetin you dey blog?" and now being hosted by Sheraton Hotel Abuja, of Starwood Group.

Participants for the 2014 Bloggers brand talk show and party, will cut across Bloggers, and Blog users and entrepreneurs in all sectors that understand what leveraging on blogging can do for their business and brands globally.
There will also be performances, games, gifts and give-aways, talk, food and drinks and unlimited fun. 


Come ready to dance!
To get tickets, simply email NAME, PHONE NO and Blog/Twitter Handle to loginbloggersnetwork@gmail.com

Tickets are available from November 11 to November 30, 2014.
Regular: N5, 000
Double: N9, 000
Corporate: N20, 000 (Benefits: Promo packages)



Our Sponsors are smart! To join our sponsors, call Jenny on 07089893159 or email loginbloggersnetwork@gmail.com

Bloggers Brand Talk show and End of Year Party is an initiative of the LOGiN Bloggers Network, a Logos Audibles Enterprise project in Nigeria in Partnership with Sheraton Hotel.
Proudly supported by Events Abuja, Venussbay, DevSynergy blog, JennyChisom blog, Blcompere, MissMidalicious, IdeaPolice blog, AskEbuka.com, Soulmedia Communications Ltd, GOTNI












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