Make the Most of the 2022 Live Trinity Health Freedom Expo
Whether you are a practitioner looking to better care for your clients, a parent wanting to make the safest choices for your family, or an individual who simply wants to live a holistic lifestyle, the Trinity Health Freedom Expo can connect you with the resources to reach your goals. Use these helpful tips for making the most of your time at the 2022 Live Trinity Health Freedom Expo on October 15 and 16 at the Tinley Park Convention Center.
1) Register early to save time and money.
Advanced registration allows you to save with discounts and specials. From now until October 14, you can use code Expo50 to save on weekend passes with a “Buy One Get One 50% off” offer. You can also purchase a single ticket for the preregistration rate of $45. All tickets will be $50 on the event day. In addition, when you register early, your name badge will be pre-printed to expedite check-in allowing you to enjoy more time at the Expo.
Registering early can help familiarize yourself with the speakers, venue, agenda, exhibitors, and special events like the Private Symposium featuring Dr. Bradley Nelson, author of The Emotion Code, on Saturday evening. Tickets for this special event are $50 in addition to your weekend pass.
2) Download the Whova app to stay connected.
The Expo uses Whova, an event app, for both live and virtual events. This app is accessible from a mobile phone or desktop computer to complement and enhance the live format and host the Virtual Expo. On the Whova app, you can communicate with other attendees, plan your schedule, post questions to organizers, and interact with exhibitors and speakers when available during and after the events.
3) Add on the virtual expo to your live weekend pass so you don’t miss anything.
The Virtual Expo takes place on February 18-19, 2023. To make the most of your Expo experience, you can add a Virtual Expo pass to your Live Expo order for only $25. After the live event concludes, and when purchased separately, all Virtual Expo passes are $50. The Virtual Expo will replay the recorded lectures from the live event, providing an opportunity to watch all 30 plus speaker presentations for three months after the Virtual Expo launches and concludes. In addition, new speakers and a live panel discussion will be added to the virtual lineup.
4) Plan Ahead to Maximize Your Time.
The exhibit hall opens at 9 a.m., and speaker presentations begin at 9:45 a.m. on Saturday and 10 a.m. on Sunday. Coming early allows you to check in and browse the Exhibit Hall before lectures. There are lots of things to do and see, so plan ahead to listen to your favorite speakers, visit exhibitors, view health and wellness demonstrations, and try natural and organic product samples.
The Tinley Park Convention Center has free parking. Once you enter the Convention Center, you will see the Expo registration desk, where you will check in and receive your name badge and a tote bag while supplies last.
This year, the Expo has a larger speaker room to accommodate more attendees at popular presentations, such as Dr. Brian Hooker or Ty and Charlene Bollinger, but still arrive early to get the best seats possible. This schedule and the exhibitor list will help you plan your day.
Questions are encouraged at the live panel discussions and many speaker presentations, so feel free to write yours down to be prepared. The first panel discussion is Health Freedom on Saturday at 2 p.m., and the second is Electronic Smog: The Health Implications of 5G and other EMFs on Sunday at 2 p.m.. These discussions are guided by a moderator and involve open Q&A, so questions on these topics can help benefit everyone!
To learn more or purchase THF Expo Weekend Passes, visit trinityhealthfreedomexpo.com, call 888-658-3976, or email [email protected]. Until Oct. 14, save on live weekend passes with a “Buy One Get One 50% off” deal with code Expo50 or purchase a single ticket for $45. All tickets will be $50 on the event day. Access to the Virtual Expo can be added to your Live Expo order for $25 or purchased after the event concludes for $50. Admission to the Private Symposium is $50 in addition to your weekend pass.