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BALTIMORE: March 17th at GAME
March 17, 2016 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Join us at GAME directly next door from Horseshoe Casino and M&T Bank stadium for a festive night of games and networking with young professionals for a special St.Patrick’s Day Happy Hour event! Sport your St. Paddy’s Day green and wear something more on the business CASUAL side because there will be many activities to do at GAME!
-Old School Games: Donkey Kong, Pac Man, Ms. Pacman, Galaga (on free play)
-6 Pool Tables
-Ping Pong Tables
-Pop a Shot
-Fooseball and Air Hockey
-Corn hole and Hillbillie Golf
We’ll have for you:
-one drink ticket
-A delicious spread of complimentary appetizers
-Happy hour drink specials!
-An opt-in list of attendees after the event so you can follow-up with those you met and want to continue to get to know.
Parking Information: Free Parking in the parking lot. Please consider carpooling and/or taking Uber, Lyft, Taxi. Uber promo code: BMOREUNDER40 OR we have a special promo code with Lyft to give you your first ride free: NU40 (up to $20)
Network Under 40: Baltimore has become the fastest growing networking event in town. Not only is it a great place to network and meet like-minded business professionals, but it is a place where business relationships turn into friendships. Most people want to do business with people they know and trust and Network Under 40 champions that principle.
Our featured nonprofit sponsor is Living Classrooms Foundation – Living Classrooms Foundation strengthens communities and inspires young people to achieve their potential through hands-on education and job training, using urban, natural, and maritime resources as “living classrooms.” Founded in Baltimore in 1985, Living Classrooms Foundation has grown into an educational and economic force that combines one of the city’s most cherished assets – its beautiful and historic harbor – with some of its most overlooked – the thousands of bright, ambitious children and young adults who are struggling to succeed against terrible odds. What began with one program in one city has grown into dozens of programs across a region that now encompasses Washington, DC, Virginia, and Maryland.