Join us at the Channel Chief Conference and win 2 SUper Bowl LII Tickets!
Channel Visionaries is gamifying the conference industry and giving away a pair of Super Bowl LII tickets at the upcoming Channel Chief Conference on Sept 14/15 at the Parc 55 San Francisco!
To win, all you need to do is:
- Register 2 or more delegates from your organization to attend the conference. Each qualifying delegate will get a ballot when the check in to the conference.
- Attend all the keynote sessions. The moderator will give each qualifying delegate that attends a keynote speaker session 10 ballots.
- Attend all the classroom sessions. The moderator will give each qualifying delegate that attends a breakout speaker session 5 ballots.
- Visit each exhibitor booth and get 10 ballots per booth visited.
- Attend each interactive workshop. Worksop moderators will give 5 ballots to each qualifying delegate.
- Attend the red carpet gala event on the evening of Day 1 and each qualifying delegate will recieve 10 ballots.
- Attend the final panel session on Day 2 and each qualifying delegate will recieve 15 ballots.
- Send 5 or more delegates to the event and each will get 25 additional ballots.
*** Please note that sponsors are not eligible to win the promotion. Speakers and our TOP 55 Channel Chiefs are qualified to enter as long as there is a minimum of 2 delegates registered from their organization including theirselves.
***Winner will be selected in the closing ceremonies and you must be present to win.
***Winner is responsible for their own airfare and hotel accomodations. Only tickets to the Super Bowl will given away.
***All participants in the contect will be given a non-transferable customized lanyard that they need to present to collect their ballots at every stage of the event.
Super Bowl LII, the 52nd Super Bowl and the 48th modern-era National Football League (NFL) championship game, will decide the league champion for the 2017 NFL season.
The game is scheduled to be held on February 4, 2018, at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the second Super Bowl in Minneapolis.