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Announcing Mashable's US Summer Tour

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In addition to our work with Twiistup on July 17, we are also promoting Mashable's US Summer Tour 2008.

Mashable.com is the leading social networking and social media blog, and has spotted important trends in digital media over the past several years.  To get your web startup reviewed favorably in Mashable is to have arrived as a digital media entrepreneur.

The purpose of Mashable's tour is to engage and unite the Social Media community of Founders, Developers, Bloggers, Influencers, Journalists, Venture Capitalists and Social Networking Users themselves.

Each event will have approximately 500 to 900 attendees, and will include networking, “Drink Tickets”, music, light appetizers, and Pete Cashmore himself. Needless to say, we are very excited to be involved.

The "SummerMash" events will be held in 7 cities: New York, Boston, Austin, LA, Seattle, SF and Miami.

Seattle: Saturday, July 12th
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San Fransisco: Tuesday, July 15th
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Los Angeles: Friday, JUly 18th
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Austin, TX: Wednesday, July 30th
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Miami: Saturday, August 2nd
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Boston: Tuesday, August 5th
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New York City: Thursday, August 7th
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You can read more about the Summer Tour here.

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