Spreading some pixie dust… [giveaway!]

After a soft launch, we’re super excited this is already growing. And, as promised, we have responded to your generous Likes on Facebook and we’ve whipped up something for you! The best part–it’s super easy to enter.

We know that the Food Allergy and Celiac Convention is going to be a magical one — how can it not be? After all, we’ve created lots of Extra Magic fun. And it doesn’t end there. Leading up to the event, we have a lot of things planned, and the day before the event? Some fun stuff is going down (adults only stuff, too!).

Oh, but it gets better. See, we know that what makes a convention is our guests, and we’re here to sprinkle the pixie dust. So we want your input. Here, later, now, whenever. You can contact us and we’ll always get back to you as soon as we get the message, even if it’s just a one-liner with an idea, vendor, anything that you’d like to see. And we’ll try to make it happen*.

So here’s the first on deck: our first giveaway!

Pixie Dust

Enter below and take advantage of all of your chances to win a set of Mickey ears & a food allergy friendly gift pack with goodies from your favorite vendors!

Click here to enter!

16 thoughts on “Spreading some pixie dust… [giveaway!]

  1. I’m super excited. I was just told a couple months ago to go gluten free its been a struggle. This will be great!!

    • Rebecca, we’re so glad you’ll be joining us! We’re gluten free too, and we know that it can be a challenge with the initial transition. It gets easier, and we’re so glad to be a part of a wonderful community that provides support, education, and awareness!

  2. Have been living Gluten Free for what is almost 4 years now and have yet to meet anyone like me! :/ I would love this opportunity to be able to connect with the rest of the gluten free community!

  3. Hi, thank you for organizing this event. It looks very interesting. Do you have any addiitonal details on the agenda? Additionaly, I see that you have tickets for kids-how will the food be handled to accomodate food allergies?

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