Speakers, accommodations, and more!

Good afternoon, WordCampers! We’ve got another big round of updates for you this week:

Speakers, sessions, and schedule are finalized!
We’re in the process of adding the last few names to our lists. Hit the Speakers page and Sessions page for full details. We’re also pulling a page from the WordCamp Montreal playbook, and using Google Calendar to manage the schedule. You can grab your copy of the calendar on our Schedule page.

Business Cards from Moo!
We’ve teamed up with the folks at Moo to offer all WordCamp attendees 100 free mini business cards. To get your cards, visit this link and choose WordCamp Toronto as your shipping location. Your cards will be waiting for you at the college when you arrive on September 29th!

Room Discounts from Holiday Inn
We’re pleased to announce that Holiday Inn Express is offering group discounts for all WCTO attendees. Single and double rooms at their Lombard St. location can be booked for only $119 per night. To get it, you must call the hotel directly at 416-367-5555 and request the discount group rate for WordCamp Toronto.

Habanero’s is back as the official WordCamp Toronto party zone
Following the presentations on Saturday, we’ll be heading to Habanero’s on Wellington Street for a drinks and food. This is a great chance for you to sit down and chat with other attendees and speakers!

Updated Google Map now available
We’ve added a new public Google Map for WordCamp Toronto 2012, highlighting transit routes and points of interest for September’s event. Check our Location & Venues page for more details.

Get your badges!
Coming to WordCamp Toronto, and want to let others know? Here’s our first batch of badges for you to spread the word on your site! Feel free to hotlink the images – just click on the badge and copy the URL from your address bar.


About Andy McIlwain

Andy is a front-end dev and community guy (GoDaddy, Toronto's WordPress meetups, and WordCamp). Find him on Twitter and his personal blog.
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