I attended the AdventureCon SeaWorld San Antonio Bloggers Conference over the weekend so things have been quiet here. I have been in an after-conference coma since Sunday afternoon and working behind the scenes implementing some optimization tools. It’s so inspiring to go to a conference and have all this new-found knowledge that you want to put into place.
Aside from learning the SeaWorld San Antonio BLoggers Conference allows you to learn about SeaWorld, their conservation efforts and take in the shows. We got a sneak peek of the all-new sea lion and otter show, Sea Lion High.
Where have I been?
I spent Saturday and Sunday at the AdventureCon the SeaWorld San Antonio Bloggers Conference. AdventureCon is the ultimate SeaWorld lovers blogging conference and it happens in my city. Winning!! I hadn’t been to AdventureCon since 2012. Every summer I am so disappointed to miss this conference. This year the stars aligned and I didn’t have conflicting schedules or I should say my kids are old enough that I didn’t feel too guilty sending them out-of-town with my husband for part of the conference. At AdventureCon they encourage bloggers families to attend.
SeaWorld San Antonio goes above and beyond to make the weekend experience for bloggers and their families one-of-a-kind. It’s more than a weekend at the park.
SeaWorld San Antonio Bloggers Conference
Families are whisked away on day one to experience the park with quick queue passes, comped meals, educational shows and Aquatica.
Bloggers attend an intimate conference day of learning, enhancing our writing and honing our skills to become better bloggers.
Family day, bloggers join their families for a full day at SeaWorld, complete with behind-the-scenes opportunities. Since my family left for a prior commitment, I had the chance to experience SeaWorld in a way I hadn’t done since I was a child. It’s a completely hands-on day, which was extra special for me.
Spending time with my friends and their angels is something I will cherish forever.
I am a #WildSide15 SeaWorld Ambassador.