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Heeeeey Business Ladies! Heeeey Business Fellas! 2013 is here! It's time to take your business to the next level! Join us for a Chocolate Chat Meetup. We will hear from the Tech Guru, Terrance Gaines aka Brotha Tech (BrothaTech.com). He will lead us in a discussion on ways to take your business to the next level using everyday Technology and Applications. Feel free to bring your Smartphones, Tablets, and Laptops to explore the latest online resources discussed during our meetup. --- Each guest will receive a signature Chocolate Chat goodie for attending. You don't want to miss this!---
Need a Ride to the Meetup? Ride in style with Uber! Take advantage of their deeply discounted rates special for Meetup guests! To make Chocolate Chat even more delicious, we've partnered up with Uber to carry you into 2013 in style, with NEW Uber riders receiving $20 off of their FIRST Uber to Marlee's Coffee & Tea House. Uber is a mobile app that allows you to request a private black car or SUV at the touch of a button and ride through Atlanta in luxury and class. Simply download the app from iTunes or GooglePlay (you can also Uber from your BlackBerry), set up an account, and you're ready to roll. Your private driver will arrive in ~10 minutes, and your credit card gets charged automatically which means you NEVER have to carry cash.
To redeem, rider must enter the promotion code "ATLChocolateUber" **before** requesting their first Uber (TIP: Enter the code at sign-up!)
This offer is only available on 1st ride, and only toor from Marlee Coffee
Only valids on rides *requested* between 1/26 3pm - 8pm What else should you know? Uber-ing is easy! Just visit http://bit.ly/SVelLA for step-by-step instructions on requesting a carLearn how to apply the promo code here http://bit.ly/UU43vTQuestions? Please send them to Rachel at email@example.com---Here is a little bit more about our guest speaker: "Terrance Gaines is a husband, father and self-proclaimed technology evangelist who realized his passion for technology of all kinds when he worked at an electronics store selling Audio/Video gear to make some money during college. Now he consults, writes, and speaks about living the "Digital Lifestyle" on his site BrothaTech.com in addition to several other sites on the interwebs and in print media. His main topics include Audio/Video, mobile apps, smartphones, tablets and other consumer electronics, small business, social media and related web-tech."
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