Political party: Mayoral candidate Eileen Brady celebrates the Portland startup scene

If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it a thousand times: Given Portland’s aggressive humility, we often fail to do an adequate job of celebrating our startup successes. But that—happily—is beginning to change.

Now, mayoral candidate Eileen Brady would like to help the Portland startup scene celebrate. And you’re invited.

It’s no secret that Portland is a hot bed of emerging talent and we’re organizing a party (with start-up friendly hours) to showcase it. Come see why we’re so stoked about Portland’s future with New Seasons Market co-founder Eileen Brady’s campaign for Mayor and killer local bands like Priory.

Join PDX start-up leaders Merrick, Nitin Khanna, Scott Kveton, Josh Friedman, Nitin Rai, Sheetal Dube, Kristin Hammond, Kevin Steger, Alex Payne, Diane Fraiman and Chris Logan for a party!

The event will be held Tuesday, January 24, at the Doug Fir. It begins around 6:30 PM.

For more information or to RSVP, visit Eileen’s campaign site. Or to donate, visit Eileen Brady’s “Portland Startup Community Rocks!” And if you’re not familiar with Priory, then take a listen.

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