Sunday, March 30, 2014

2014 Sharp Blogger Ambassador Program #iheartsharp

Sharp HealthCare works in partnership with select San Diego-based lifestyle and family bloggers to spread the word on Sharp's news, events, hospitals, services and more. This year I was selected to participate in the program.  I am very excited to be a participant and to be able to share what I learn with you.

Bloggers at the Sharp Women’s Health Conference 2013

For even more Sharp HealthCare news and events, please visit my friends and blog ambassadors listed below.

• Danielle – Simmworks Family Blog
• Leah – Leah's Thoughts
• Angela – Mira Mesa Mom
• Brianne – BriGeeski
• Nicole – Funthusiast

Health Screening at the Sharp Women’s Health Conference 2013

The Sharp Rees-Stealy Del Mar Community Open House Event





Disclosure: I am a participant in Sharp HealthCare’s blogger ambassador program. While Sharp HealthCare has provided me with samples, event opportunities and/or resources to serve as content for my blog posts, all opinions expressed in this blog post are my own.

15 comments:

  1. Healthcare is so important. It's great that you are getting the word out about services for your area.

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    1. Gina, I am so glad to be involved with getting the word out. It's too easy for moms to put their health on the backburner.

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  2. What a great event to meet other ambassadors of health.

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    1. Barbara, thank you for visiting. It is such a great experience for me. Sharp has gathered a diverse group of bloggers in all different ages and stages in life but all striving to be at our healthiest. I think I am the oldest (in my 40's)!

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  3. It is good that they are working with the bloggers to promote about healthcare. Good that you had the chance to work with them. One way of helping the internet community to receive such informations. :)

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    1. Hi Ken, thank you for taking the time to visit, I appreciate you comment.

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  4. Looks like a lot of great work by great gals! Good for you!

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  5. Looks like a great event. The first picture looks like a lot more fun than the one getting your finger poked. I hate when they do that!

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    1. Kathleen, you are very observant. That is me trying to put on a brave face. Forced smile for sure - that finger prick always gets me a little anxious!

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  6. Yeah, the dance floor is somewhat small if you have a very large wedding, it's a loft space so what do you expect. But that didn't stop any of our guests from having a great time and loving this space.

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  7. Looks like fun. If they're looking for more blogger ambassadors please let me know. I am local and my blog is focused on health and wellness.

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    1. Hi Kay, I'll find out and let you know.

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