How to Submit a Post

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Click “Publish” when you finish your post. If you scroll down further, you’ll see “Categories,” if you wish to assign your post to a larger category. You can also use one- or two-word “Tags” to indicate the topic or topics covered in your post.

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5 thoughts on “How to Submit a Post”

  1. The info for the 2010 conference looks great so far. Only one problem for me…. no info I can find that explains which airport to fly into in order to get to the conference. And how to get to the resort from the sirport. How the heck do I get to the conference? Fly into Phoenix and rent a car? Is there a van? Am I missing something on the WLA website or on this blog? Does Flagstaff have an airport?

    1. There will be something posted soon on the WLA website about flight options. There are airports in Phoenix and Flagstaff, and a small airport in Prescott. There will be shuttle service from Phoenix to Prescott (but I’m not sure whether or not that will be the case for the other two). More information will be forthcoming (soon).

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