It’s Hashtag Heaven in 2-0-1-7

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If you’re looking to give our sponsors some social media love, it’s important to use the official #dad2summit hashtag in addition to the respective hashtags dedicated to each sponsor of Dad 2.017. As in, completely important. Hashtags measure engagement, hashtags identify you as a supporter, and hashtags make the social media world go round.

Say no to outboarding

What you’re about to read is the complete, comprehensive, finite list of the 26 brands and organizations that are officially supporting the 2016 Dad 2.0 Summit. If a representative of a name not on this list offers you some swag or a free meal, they’re not with us! Worse, they could be trying to outboard the conference. (This is strictly forbidden, and you can read more about it here.) If you see something, support the community and say something.

Use it early, and often. And furthermore, here is the final, finite, these-and-only-these list of all of the Dad 2.016 sponsors and how to engage with them on Twitter:

Dove Men+Care #RealStrength @DoveMenCare
Kia Motors #KiaDad @Kia
Best Buy #BestDads @BestBuy
Facebook #FBDad @Facebook
Russell #Dadlete
Rheem #RheemReady @Rheem
Hero Clean #HeroClean @HeroClean
SmartyPants Vitamins #MyKidHasGuts #TheGoodGummy @SmartyHealth
BabyBjörn #dadstories #BabyBjornUS @BabyBjornUS
Gifted Movie #GiftedMovie @GiftedTheMovie
Keeper Security @KeeperSecurity
LEGO Systems #LEGOBatmanMovie @LEGO_Group
Plum Organics #parentingunfiltered @PlumOrganics
fodada @fodadawear
General Mills @GeneralMills
Fatherly @FatherlyHQ
City Dads Group @CityDadsGroup
Life of Dad @LifeOfDadShow
Camp Kesem @CampKesem
National At-Home Dad Network @HomeDadNet


Three years ago in New Orleans, the #dad2summit hashtag garnered 82 million impressions and briefly out-trended #SuperBowl on Super Bowl Weekend. Last year in Washington DC, we reached a whopping 153 million impressions! We’re expecting our biggest social breakthrough ever in San Diego, and we need your help. Hashtag like you mean it!