That's a great question, @ScotPrzybylski!
Here are some tips from How to Host A BitOlympics Event:
Spread the word. If you are a Chapter leader, share your event on your Chapter Page or if you are a community superstar who wants to turn your neighborhood in a BitOlympic stadium, share your event here in our forums. Whatever you do, don't forget to tweet @littlebits and #BitOlympics to our social media ninjas, so we can help your event promote as well. We have lots of followers
A little Help From Our Friends...
Let's bring in some more US Chapter Leaders, who are also hosting an event this weekend, to start the discussion about best practices What say you, friends? If your name was tagged below or you have a great idea to add, please do!
July 10: Mullica Hill, NJ Chapter event:: bitOlympics Games, Frank @fcorn
July 10: Denver, CO Chapter event: bitOlympics: littleBits Downhill Skiing Design Challenge, @ScotPrzybylski
July 10: Austin, TX Chapter event: littleBits bitOlympics Launch Build!, Casey Janowski
July 11: Brooklyn, NY Chapter event: bitOlympic Challenge, @lgoldstein
July 11: Raleigh, NC Chapter event: Intl bitOlympic Games, @Jerimee
July 11: Staten Island, NY Chapter event: littleBits Olympics Build Event!, @SIMakerSpace
July 12: Larchmont, NY Chapter, The BitOlympics!, @macinspires
July 12: Greenwich, CT Chapter, BitOlympics!, @designsaunders