Blogalicious and The Red Pump Project are teaming up for what promises to be a fun-filled night. We invite you to Say RED: Cocktails and Conversations in celebration of the Blogging While Brown conference, Juneteenth and raising awareness about HIV/AIDS - the perfect combination! drinks, and conversation about the issues surrounding HIV/AIDS.
The event will be held at the the trendy Tabaq Bistro, 1336 U Street, NW, Washington, DC 2009.
(U Street/African-American Civil War Memorial stop on the metro green line)
Join us for an evening of socializing, drinks, and conversation about the issues surrounding HIV/AIDS.
Make sure to RSVP because space will be limited.
Bellas, ROCK YOUR RED PUMPS. Fellas, ROCK YOUR RED TIES!
About The Red Pump Project
The Red Pump Project™ is a national initiative that is doing work on the ground and online to ensure that women are empowered with knowledge about HIV/AIDS and the issues surrounding it. The Red Pump Project has 30 ambassadors in 20 states "Rocking the Red Pump" to raise awareness about the impact of HIV/AIDS on women & girls.
The Blogalicious™ Weekend conferences are aimed at celebrating the diversity of women of all ethnicities in social media. With the advent of the Blogalicious Weekend Conferences, the Mamas hope to ignite a sense of unity within our multicultural blogging community as well as to educate marketers on the importance of our demographic in today’s marketplace, all while networking, building relationships, and promoting inspiration and success for our blogs.
Blogalicious Weekend 2010 will take place in Miami, FL at the Ritz-Carlton South Beach, October 8 - 10. Early Bird Registration ends July 1st. Click here to register!
The mission of the Blogalicious online community and annual conferences is to celebrate diversity in social media and to serve as a supportive platform for its members to grow their blogs, brands, and businesses. The yearly Blogalicious Weekend conference - the first and only event of its kind - is THE go-to destination for influential multicultural women social media enthusiasts from all over the world to collaborate, connect and uplift one another. Also integral to the Blogalicious charter is the desire to ignite a sense of unity within the multicultural blogging community as welll as to educate marketers about the value of the demographic in today's marketplace. Whether you are a blogger interested in connecting to a welcoming sisterhood or a brand looking to engage with a robust network of social media influencers, the Blogalicious community is rich with meaningful relationships and limitless opportunity.
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