Register and Pay to Reserve Your Spot
Three night hotel stay at Southernmost Resort
Tuesday: welcome party including all drinks and appetizers (dinner on your own)
Wednesday: breakfast, lunch, drinks and dinner
Catamaran sailing adventure (includes lunch and all drinks)
Thursday: breakfast and lunch
Three night hotel stay at Southernmost Resort for two
Tuesday: welcome party including all drinks and appetizers for two (dinner on your own)
Wednesday: breakfast, lunch, drinks and dinner for two
Catamaran sailing adventure (includes lunch and all drinks) for two
Thursday: breakfast and lunch for two
Reserve your place today because it will not last. There are only 30 slots are available. Registration closes March 7, 2023
Plans & Schedule
April 18-21, 2023 in Key West, Florida • The Conch Republic
Home base will be the beautiful Southernmost Beach Resort. It is in walking distance of all events, so there is no need for a rental car!
Southernmost's Address: 1319 Duval St, Naval Air Station Key West, FL 33040
If you're traveling commercial, fly into Key West (EYW).
If you're flying private, use the Signature FBO.
Cabs or Uber will be the easiest way to make the short trip to your hotel.
Tuesday, April 18
5:30 p.m. Welcome party at Southernmost Beach Resort
Dinner on your own
11:00 p.m. Bedtime
Wednesday, April 19
8:00 a.m. Breakfast, "Shot Clock Intros" and Kickoff
9:00 a.m. Keynotes
11:30 p.m. Depart for the Catamaran
12:00 p.m. Catamaran Sailing Adventure, Lunch on the Boat
4:00 p.m. Return to the dock
5:30 p.m. Happy Hour followed by Dinner at Bagatelle
11:00 p.m. Bedtime
Thursday, April 20
7:30 a.m. Breakfast
8:30 a.m. Keynotes
12:00 p.m. Lunch and end of Dream Camp planned events
1:00 p.m. Ready to celebrate? Head out for bar hopping on Duval Street, take a Conch Train Tour, or walk the grounds at Ernest Hemingway's historic Key West home.
Friday, April 21
Depart and start dreaming about next time.
Who is behind Dream Camp?
Dream Camp is being brought to you by The FAM. It all started when Mark DesJardin from C3 contacted Mark Kinsley and shared his frustration with traditional industry gatherings. "I love getting together with people in the industry, but I hate golf, all the paid speakers, and stuffy cocktail parties. I want to ride bikes and hang out," DesJardin told Kinsley. From there they hatched the idea for Dream Camp, hosted several events and opened the doors to a select group of industry leaders.
Is this a one-time event?
Dream Camps are being planned around a variety of activities throughout the year. We’ll unveil more Dream Camps as they become available.
Why are there rules?
Show up to Dream Camp and you’ll understand why we created rules. It takes years to understand etiquette, but a set of temporary rules allows everyone to immerse themselves in Dream Camp and operate from the same playbook. The rules allow us to connect on a deeper level and walk away having had the best possible shared experience.
What am I going to get out of Dream Camp?
Normally we'd say, "You get what you give," but we understand why you might ask this question. You’re taking time away from your families and work. We believe Dream Camp will reinvigorate your sense of purpose in the sleep industry, deepen your connections so you can more easily solve problems and tackle opportunities. Plus, you’re going to have fun (a lot of fun). Remember, this is your life. As far as we know, you only get one. You deserve to have lots of fun with amazing people and do good work.
Dream Camp Rules
You are not allowed to get your own drink.
No phones during meals or planned events. Be present.
Bring a question you’d like to explore.
Participate 100%. Remember that people connect with your vulnerabilities, not your victories.
If you break the rules you owe 10 push ups.
What happens at Dream Camp stays at Dream Camp, except the friendships and big ideas.