The Killer Tribes Conference

Posted By on Mar 6, 2012 in The Life I Live | 1 comment


My buddy Bryan Allain has created a killer (see how I did that) conference in Nashville, Tennessee, March 31. If you can swing it (I can’t but I sure wish I could), you should go and learn from Bryan and Jeff, Jon, Alli, Brewster, Carlos and the gang. (You want to know how to know if these folks are legit? I’ll tell you. When you search their names in the almighty Google, their blogs are the first thing to pop up.)

The Killer Tribes Conference is a 1-day experience designed specifically for writers, artists, entrepreneurs, ministry leaders, & small business owners to learn what it takes to build a killer tribe. From inspirational stories to practical how-to’s to successful case studies, you’ll walk away equipped and encouraged to extend your reach, find your fans, & build your tribe.

Derek Webb – musician, creator of NoiseTrade.com | Alli Worthington – Co-Founder of the Blissdom Conference | Mark Hughes – author of BuzzMarketing and Sons of Grace | Daddy-O – Hip-Hop historian & record producer | Steve Kamb – Founder of NerdFitness.com | Jeff Goins – author of upcoming book, Wrecked | Carlos Whittaker – Blogger, Musician on Integrity Music | Sarah Mae – Founder of the Allume Conference, author of 31 Days to Clean | Dave Delaney – Nashville’s Premier Social Media Consultant | Tamara Lunardo – Blogger, Author of What a Woman is Worth | Bryan Allain – Conference Host, author of 31 Days to Finding Your Blogging Mojo | Tripp & Tyler – Conference Emcees, Viral Video sensations | Stephen Brewster – Creative Director, Crosspoint | Jon Acuff (via video) – Author of Quitter

Registration is $99 – be sure to the not-so-secret-anymore code FOKT (Friend of Killer Tribes) to get $10 off. Registration includes ticket to Friday Night Meetup the night before at CREMA Coffeehouse in Nashville from 7:30-9:30p. To Register: Register for Killer Tribes.

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  • http://bryanallain.com Bryan Allain

    I heard the host of this conference is extremely attractive and met his wife when she was in grade school.

    the lesson: don’t believe everything you hear.

    (and thanks for helping get the word out Lindsey!)