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July SAMPRB: Social media co-entrepreneurship

July 10, 2009

If it’s 100 degrees outside it’s because SAMPRB is heating up.

At our next tweetup we are shifting the focus to find out more about YOU. What are you doing? What do you want to accomplish? What challenges are you facing? How can you overcome them? How can social media help? What can we all do to help?

Please RSVP ahead of time. There are  75 spots available –> RSVP here

Introducing July’s topic:

Social Media Co-Entrepreneurship: When our Facebook friends and Twitter followers become our business partners

You are wasting your time with social media unless you learn how to build meaningful relationships (there, I said it). Fortunately, that’s the only thing that’s for dinner – or should I say lunch – at SAMPRB. Our guest speakers (list coming soon!) will talk to us about their experience using social networks and channels to connect with others in and /or outside their industries to make things happen, find opportunities and do business. These are people who are walking the talk. They have tripped along the way, dodged roadblocks, moved forward and are still going. Case studies anyone?

We will end with a new list of  “Social Media Tips & Tools.”  So bring something to take notes with. Just kidding. I meant bring your phone

Feel free to get the discussion going ahead of time – Submit a comment or use the #SAMPRB hashtag on Twitter.

RSVP here to attend the July SAMPRB tweetup!

When: Tuesday, July 21, 2009 at 12 p.m.

Where: Alamo Café on U.S. highway 281 (Bowie Room)


Fiesta Platter $13,00 – Beef, Cheese, or Chicken Enchilada, crispy Beef Taco, Bean and Cheese Chalupa, and Tostada con Queso. Served with Rice and Beans.

Fajita Ensalada $12.50 – Crisp Mixed Greens topped with charbroiled Beef or Chicken Fajitas, American and Monterey Jack Cheese, Tomatoes, and fresh Guacamole.

Tortilla Soup and Taco $12.50 – Tasty bits of Chicken in a rich broth flavored with Tomatoes, Onions, and Cilantro. Topped with a crisp Tostada, melted Monterey Jack, Sour Cream and Avocado slices. Served with a Chicken or Beef Fajita Taco.

Chicken Fried Steak $12.50 – Our Texas-style serving of fresh tender Beef, specially battered, fried golden brown, and covered in Cream Gravy. Served with Fries and seasoned Green Beans.

Remember: The prices indicated above cover your meal, drink, taxes and gratuity! The tweetup is our treat.

Tweetup: 1) An informal gathering meant to get fellow Twitterers to meet the people behind their followers’ avatars / usernames. 2) A great opportunity to pick the brains of social media and Twitter experts as well as brainstorm with fellow beginners.

Andi Narvaez is one of the three founders of the San Antonio Media/PR/Business Tweetup. She is an public relations account coordinator for KGBTexas Public Relations / Advertising in San Antonio, Texas and is also one of the three organizers of TweetCamp San Antonio. She writes a blog on integration, communication and our evolving society. She recently earned her degree in Communications and Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing from Trinity University. She is originally from Quito, Ecuador.