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First-Ever Vegan Bloggers Conference To Hit Portland, OR

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Attention digital vegans! Vida Vegan, the first annual bloggers conference for the fast-growing online vegan community will take place next August in Portland, OR. From the site:

“With an action-packed two and a half days of workshops, discussion panels, speakers, special events, vegan food, and more, this conference is going to be the best vegan weekend of your life. Or at least that’s our goal! As vegan bloggers ourselves, we are producing the conference we’d want to attend.”

Dates are August 26th-24th — and if you’re game to go, they’ve got an early bird rate of $180 up until March. Click here to learn more and read the full list of speakers for this exciting event.

via ThisDishIsVeg

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