January 16th, 2010

AboutUs to Host Another Lunch 2.0 Birthday


AboutUs to Host Another Lunch 2.0 Birthday

Apparently, twos are wild in 2010. Beer and Blog just celebrated their second birthday, and it will soon be Lunch 2.0′s turn.

I’m tickled to announce that the kind folks at AboutUs, who’ve been busy lately, are graciously welcoming Lunch 2.0 back into their offices for the third time.

That’s right. Three is a magic number. The Portland chapter of Lunch 2.0 kicked off at AboutUs back on February 27, 2008, and we returned on February 11, 2009 to celebrate our first birthday.

On February 17, 2010, we’ll be back for a terrible two birthday celebration and the usual networking and socializing.

Hosts: AboutUs

Where: 107 SE Washington Street, Suite 520, Portland, OR 97214

When: February 17, 2010 from 12:00 to 2:00 PM

RSVP on Upcoming

Never heard of AboutUs? Hard to believe, but just in case, here’s their about.

Upcoming Portland Lunch 2.0s

I should have more announcements coming soon as the schedule coalesces for Spring.

I’m always looking for hosts, so if you’re interested or know someone who might be interested in hosting a Lunch 2.0, drop a comment, hit me up on Twitter (@jkuramot), or find me at a Lunch 2.0, if you want to chat IRL.

Want to know what’s involved? Check out the how-to primer.

Big thanks to all the hosts who have hosted or plan to host Lunch 2.0. As with the majority of the tech events in Portland, sponsors make them happen. So, we humbly thank you.

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