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Event Alert: Community Advocates Make Appearance at #SAPtd

Will you be at SAP TechEd && d-code in Las Vegas and Berlin this year? If so, SCN’s Community Advocates (Marilyn Pratt, Moshe Naveh, and I) would love to meet you!

Community Advocates are members of the SCN Community Experience team, who are responsible for  the day-to-day administration of SCN, and for the engagement experience of our community members. Talk to us about your experience and any feedback you have.

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Yup! You probably guessed by now we love to have fun too!

To add a little more fun to your SAP TechEd && d-code experience, we’ve created a special “I Found the SCN Community Advocate” badge!

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Here’s how you earn it:

  1. You find any of the SCN Community Advocates (Jason, Marilyn or Moshe).
  2. We scan your event badge, and award you the SCN mission badge.

Getting the badge is the easy part – finding us might be a bit tricky! Here’s what we’re doing to help you find us:

  • Look for the bright yellow Community Advocate t-shirts we’ll be wearing

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  • Look for our tweets on the social media walls with our locations posted (Start by follow us: @JayChaos, @MarilynPratt, @MosheNaveh)
  • We may enlist additional Advocates to help us as well (look for the yellow “Community Advocate” t-shirts)

Speaking of t-shirts, you can also get yourself one of these limited-edition (and limited quantity) t-shirts!

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Here’s how you earn it:

  1. Take a selfie of yourself with one of us.
  2. Tweet out the photo with the hashtags #SAPtd and #HugSCN (besides hugs, we accept handshakes, fistbumps, thumbsup, and high-fives as well).

See you at SAP TechEd && d-code!

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      Author's profile photo Susan Keohan
      Susan Keohan

      Alas, since you hardly ever wear suits (and why would you) neither Chris Kernaghan nor I will get ponits for #suithuggers.

      Still I hope the community makes the most out of this opportunity to meet and greet you all!

      Author's profile photo Jason Cao
      Jason Cao
      Blog Post Author

      Hey Sue,

      Yes, with our t-shirts on, we hope this will make us look less intimidating to members who haven't met us before. 🙂

      Hugging a total stranger is a big leap. Fist bumps and thumbs up are also OK!

      See you and Chris there, and looking forward to meeting a lot of our SCN members in person!


      Author's profile photo Lukas Weigelt
      Lukas Weigelt

      I'm excited to meet Marilyn and Moshe, though, I will definitely not earn this badge because "selfies" are a plague and must be wiped from the face of the earth.

      Author's profile photo Steffi Warnecke
      Steffi Warnecke

      You just need to selfie, if you want to grab the shirt. For the badge that dreadful thing is not necessary. ^^

      Author's profile photo Susan Keohan
      Susan Keohan

      Do the picture for yourself and for Marilyn and Moshe, and the heck with the badge. 

      Then share (discreetly) with some of us so we can revel in our jealousy of your opportunity.

      Author's profile photo Lukas Weigelt
      Lukas Weigelt

      We can have pictures, of course. I'm sure our magical devices nowadays still have self-timers (I hope). Or maybe they don't and that's how the selfie-plague started? 😯

      Alternatively we can still ask somebody passing by to do the needful and take a photo for us. Ach..those were the days :<

      Author's profile photo Kumud Singh
      Kumud Singh

      Wow....this must have been very cool....I hope The specified item was not found. , Moshe Naveh and yourself would bring the same spirit to Bangalore as well. I would volunteer myself for any support that you would need in Bangalore. Looking forward to meet all in the new year!



      Author's profile photo Moshe Naveh
      Moshe Naveh

      Me too:). Looking forward to meeting you again.