Yeah!! The first Seattle Lunch 2.0 is scheduled!! Seattle Lunch 2.0 @ Wetpaint – Are you going?
When: Friday, June 1st 2007
Where: WetPaint (307 3rd Ave. S. Suite 300 Seattle, Washington 98104)
Time: 11:30am – 1:00pm
Sponsored by: Wetpaint, EyeJot, & ZenZui
Official RSVP: At upcoming.org
Space is limited for the first Seattle Lunch 2.0 (Sponsored by Wetpaint, EyeJot, & ZenZui)…..the event is a must attend event!! I started talking about having lunch less then a month ago….and have had an amazing amount of support from the local Tech Community. For our first ever Lunch 2.0, the kind folks over at Wetpaint are inviting you to come and see their facility to celebrate the success of their wiki, and along with Eyejot are going to provide some nice free lunch for you to enjoy. ZenZui of course will have toys to play with and cookies for desert!!
Similar to other Lunch20 and LunchGeeks events, this is an event for the techies (although the entrepreneur types can come too). There will be other techie types there, including Rand Fishkin from SEOmoz and Trevor Foucher from the Google Webmaster Team. I’ve heard some of the sponsors and attendees are hiring, some are looking for new technologies to partner with, and some are super excited to meet some of the local geeks!
Remember, this is a free Seattle Lunch 2.0 courtesy of your fellow tech companies. Wetpaint, Eyejot, & ZenZui! If you are in any way interested in going, run over to Http://Seattle.lunch20.com and check out the rest of the details, you can sign up on the wiki to get notified of future events and you can officially RSVP to the event at upcoming.org….
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Aww, I’m too late – it’s full!
Ouch… Full already. Oh well, next time.
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