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South Florida Gamer Conference and Expo to Benefit MSF


The largest gamer tournament in the Southeastern United States is coming to South Floridaand has chosen the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation as a beneficiary for this exciting, day-long event. Buy your tickets now to support the MSF and enjoy a $5 discount.

T​he South Florida Gamer Conference & Expo​​​​​​​​​​​​ is expected to draw hundreds of gamers from around the nation who will compete head-to-head in Madden 2012 and Call of Duty.

​The conference and expo will be held from 10:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. on July 14th, 2012, at the Palm Beach County Auditorium.

In addition gaming action, the event will include music from six live bands and three deejays spinning the latest in dubstep and house music. There will be activities for non-gamers of all ages as well as silent auctions to benefit the MSF and other select charities.

Ten food truck vendors will be on hand, serving from gourmet to contemporary cuisine to suit all tastes​. A VIP area will offer complimentary catering for breakfast through dinner, including an open bar serving beer and specialty wines. VIP ticket holders also gain access to video games not yet released to the general public, and a private deejay.

 To order your tickets go to the following link and enter code MSFLT for your $5 discount: http://www.wix.com/i58396/south-fl-gamer-conf#!home|mainPage.

 The MSF would like to thank T​he South Florida Gamer Conference & Expo for its generous contribution. The funds will go directly towards helping those with MS who are in need.

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