Are You All In? Join LeadMD for a Marketo Summit “Poker Run”

You don’t need to be The King to make a scene in Las Vegas!

At this year’s Marketo Summit, you’ll be able to run the table without losing any cash. No, it doesn’t involve robbing the Bellagio with a star-studded cast of stylish criminals.

How then? With the LeadMD Partner Poker Run. We’ve assembled our crew (you could even call it a rat pack, just sayin’) to hook you up with a shot at winning $10,000 in prizes.

What the hell is a poker run?

We’re glad you asked. In the classic game of poker, each player is dealt five cards. In the “poker run” format, the same rules apply.

But instead of sitting at a table getting hustled by little old ladies, you’ll run (or walk) to locations throughout the conference to grab each of your five cards in a quest to create your perfect hand. Better get those FitBits on!

The rules of this game:

The poker run has five main stops:

  • LeadMD, Booth #212
  • Vidyard, Booth #714
  • LeanData, Booth #13
  • Kapost, Booth #221
  • Everstring, Booth #306

Players will “run” from booth-to-booth, collecting cards to form their poker hand.

The game will run six rounds in total. Each round is signified by a color on the back of each deck of cards held by the partners listed above.

Whoever is able to achieve the best poker hand first, in each round, wins a prize worth over $500.

But the buck doesn’t stop there.

Players have an opportunity to get an “Extra Card” at Captora (Booth #105) and Everstring’s Summer Bash.

And for the final BONUS round, LeadMD will be giving away the GRAND PRIZE: a brand-spankin’ new MacBook Air!

How do I win?

There will be a total of six winners (five winners and one GRAND PRIZE hand winner) and a total of $10,000 in prizes. Each winner will get a prize supplied by one of the partners. The GRAND PRIZE is provided by LeadMD.

Marketo will announce winners over the conference sound system and through the Summit mobile app during morning and afternoon breaks. Hope you get lucky! See you there!

Special thanks to: Vidyard, LeanData, Captora, EverString, and Kapost

May the best hand win!

“Man, I really like Vegas.” – Elvis Presley

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