More NewsHey, New Yorkers — Rrrredrum Rrrreturns!

Hey, New Yorkers -- Rrrredrum Rrrreturns!

Y'all have been asking for it, but it just didn't seem right to throw another Redrum Tuesday with co-foundress Dana Todd in Left Coast exile. Problem solved

redrum img.jpegY’all have been asking for it, but it just didn’t seem right to throw another Redrum Tuesday with co-foundress Dana Todd in Left Coast exile.

Problem solved. Dana’s back in New York (if only for a visit), so we’re doing it again. Our next Redrum is on Tuesday, March 6 from 6-8 at the usual place, Nolita House ( 47 E. Houston, between Mulberry & Mott).

Newbie? Here are the rules:

You show up.
You buy your own drinks.
You talk with other people who work in interactive marketing.

Here are the other rules:

No schwag.
No speeches.
Yes, you can bring a friend.
Please don’t RSVP.
No, there isn’t a guest or mailing list you can get on.

We’re busy. You are, too. This is our hyper-informal, non-structured, friendly way of getting together with our colleagues and meeting new friends at a safe remove from the world of trade shows in hotel ballrooms.

Hope you can make it if you’re in town on Tuesday!

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