MarkPrince Moderator Joined: 19 Dec 2001 Posts: 5,465 Location: Vancouver, BC Expertise: Professional
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Posted Sat Apr 4, 2009, 4:55pm Subject: Got a meetup, barista jam, coffee geek session planned? We'll help publicize!
If you have a coffee meetup, a barista jam, latte art smackdown, informal geek gathering, anything planned and formalized, then let me know about it. I will set it up as a "Event" on the CoffeeGeek Facebook Fan Page (with over 500 members and growing) and send out auto invites to people in your city / state / province who are registered as fans.
Send as much details about your event as possible, including
- date, time - location/venue, street address - contact number if possible - coffees featured - brewing techniques used if any - discussions planned - any other pertinent info - a photo that identifies the event (the location, coffee, something nice)
And we'll help getting the word out. Send your details to me via the CG facebook fan page, or email me via coffeekid at gmail
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