“Nerd Nite doesn’t belong to just me. It belongs to any and all those who wish to take ownership. Often times on stage, I’ll tell the audience that they are a vital part of keeping this thing going, but I don’t want to just say that, I want everyone to see it– to feel it. This is why I send out surveys, pass out comment cards at events, and encourage folks to email me with their questions and concerns. The feedback is a necessary ingredient to how I organize and this event literally wouldn’t work if the community didn’t participate.
Two weeks ago, I posted a poll in our Facebook group asking where we should have the 5-year anniversary event. In a very short period of time there was an obvious winner: the Orlando Science Center.
So there you have it, folks. Nerd Nite Orlando will be celebrating five years of thinking and drinking on Thursday, March 8th at the Orlando Science Center. We’ll have 3 new talks, games, prizes, and plenty of other surprises. Be there and be square.”
GET YOUR TICKET HERE: http://bit.ly/nno5year
WHERE: Orlando Science Center, 777 E Princeton St, Orlando, FL 32803
WHEN: Thursday, March 8th.
Doors open at 6:30pm (to the Kinetic Zone)
Program begins at 8pm (in the Digital Adventure Theater)
* Complimentary Garage Parking with covered access into the building.
* Beer and wine will be available for purchase.
Dr. Julian Chambliss
Joshua “TechDev” Walker
Questions? Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
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