At BlogHer ’13 in Chicago, bloggers from across the country will be hustling from presentation to presentation, running across the hall to say "hi" to new friends and walking through the expo booths! As a reward for all those steps, Coca-Cola will be awarding fun prizes with the Coca-Cola “Steps to Wellness” Challenge. The “Steps to Wellness” Challenge is part of Coca-Cola USA's summer commitment to “Get The Ball Rolling” and inspire 3 million people to discover the joy of being active.

Coca-Cola is proud to once again be partnering with BlogHer, this time as part of its BlogHer ’13 conference – one of the world’s largest gatherings of high-powered female bloggers. We are kicking off the #StepsToWellness Challenge this week, a fun, friendly competition that encourages BlogHer attendees to wear pedometers throughout the conference and track the amount of steps they take. We bet the numbers will surprise you!  

Not attending BlogHer? Create your own challenge by picking up a pedometer and seeing how many steps you take each day. Reward yourself each time you reach a new milestone, like walking more than 5,000 steps in one day!

Follow @CocaColaCo and @BlogHer on Twitter for the latest challenge standings and results!

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The BlogHer ’13 Conference is taking place July 25-27 at the Sheraton Chicago and McCormick Place. More than 3,600 bloggers are confirmed to attend the ninth annual conference exclusively for high-powered female bloggers.