Amybeth Hale – Research Goddess

Next Tweetup – MARCH 2nd
February 18, 2009, 4:00 pm
Filed under: Tweetups

cincytweetup-logoYou’re gonna want to register FAST for this Cincy Telecommuter Tweetup!

The next #CincyTweetup is going to be on March 2nd. Why only 2 weeks after the last one, you may ask? Well, here’s why: when we ordered lunch at the February Tweetup, we were given 10 free lunches from Chipotle. S-o-o-o-o-o…..


(ok, the first 9 – hey, it’s my party; I get a free lunch :))

Just make sure you show up to the Tweetup before 11am or you forfeit to the next person on the list 🙂 The rest of the spots will open up once the first 10 are filled. See you then!

Join other Cincinnati area telecommuters for a day of working in a collaborative environment. We’ll meet at Crossroads Community Church – the church graciously offers free wifi and coffee during the week for the local community. The idea here is to have folks who work in many different job functions working together in an open environment. The expectation is that creative juices will flow and new friendships will be forged. Hope to see you there!

Register to attend the CincyTweetup here.

When: Monday, March 2nd

Where: Crossroads Community Church
3500 Madison Rd.
Cincinnati, OH 45209


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Hey – any advice on how to create a Seattle Tweet-up here in Seattle? Any tips? Would love to create one here 🙂
Hope you are doing well. Kay

Comment by Kay Kelison

This comment is for Kay…

I think it’s pretty easy to create a TweetUp.

Make sure you have enough people from your area who are on Twitter and who are connected and talking to each other.

Pick a date (take a poll if you’re unsure when), and a time (after business hours probably good), and a location that is central, popular, and has room for your group.

Then, annouce it! Get all your people to RT it. Use to take RSVP’s.

We had our first TweetUp in Fresno, California last week and it was amazing. You can read about it here:

You’ll have no problem in Seattle. I think your problem will be finding a big enough space 🙂

Good luck to you!

Comment by Beth Bridges

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