#southernchat: The Southern C Summit.

Like many of you, I am gearing up to head to beautiful Jekyll Island for The Southern Coterie Summit on May 1st thru 3rd. I have been trying to decide which conferences I would attend this year, and many of them just don’t make sense for me, but when I learned of The Southern C, I knew it was a perfect fit. And, some of my favorite friends will be there too to enjoy the gathering, mixing & mingling.
The ladies behind Summit, Cheri Leavy & Whitney Long, are also the founders of The Southern Coterie, an online Southern social community. And, I am thrilled they agreed to join us this week for our #southernchat to give us a little preview as to what’s to come at the Southern C Summit!

Southern C Summit founders

If you haven’t had a chance to check out the line-up for the Summit, take a peek at the presenters which range from Southern authors, writers, designers, small business owners to bloggers and beyond. And, you know the hospitality will be top-notch coming from the South!

#southernchat:  The Southern C Summit (Monday, 4/22/13, 9:00 pm edt.)

Q1: What do you find most exciting about the idea of a “Southern” conference?

Q2: Are you attending The Southern C Summit this year?

Q3. Who are some of your favorite Southern bloggers or friends on Twitter?

Q4: Which presenters do you find the most interesting on this year’s agenda?

Q5: What Southern speakers or topics would you most love to hear from beyond this year’s agenda?

Chat Perk this Week: Our special guests Cheri & Whitney have a special treat for you this week! You can be their guest at this year’s Southern C Summit for just $300 when you enter #southernchat in the “Where Did You Hear About the Summit?” question during checkout anytime today (4/22/13 by 12 PM EDT)  to sign up! Click here to snag your ticket and we’ll see you there!

I’m an old soul based in Atlanta, GA and mom of 3 with a deep love of all things from the past with a story to tell, on a mission to keep heirlooms around for another generation - whether it be a tradition, splattered family recipe, or historic home.

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