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SAMPRB tweetup #4: New digs, new menu, new partners and more great people / discussion

June 12, 2009

I stepped outside today and it was 91 degrees (felt like 191). “Holy cow! That means it’s June!,” I said to myself. “Time for another tweetup.”

We have great news for SAMPRB #4…

  • Even though 50 is a whole lot of people, 60 is more. So pack your bags because SAMPRB is going to Alamo Café on U.S. Highway 281 this month. Read on to see the menu options an don’t forget to bring cash, which covers your meal, drink, tax and gratuity. A big thanks to @momonmars (A.K.A. Debi Pfitzenmaier) for helping us get in touch with the people at Alamo Café. By the way, have you read her blog yet? If you have kiddos and live in San Antonio, you should. By the way, now that we are getting the hang of this we will try to move the event to restaurant venues around the city to give everyone a little variety. If there is somewhere closer to home or work that you would love to recommend feel free to leave your suggestion in the comment section of our brand new “venues” tab.
  • Because multitasking in a room full of people can be a bit challenging, we were offered live streaming help  by KSAT videojournalists @wmcaldera (A.K.A. William Caldera) and @googoovideo (A.K.A. Robert Paniagua) and, of course, we gladly accepted 🙂 So look forward to an improved live stream service and follow these two gentlemen! Details will follow.

Now that you know what’s new, be sure to RSVP ahead of time. There are only 50 60 spots available  –> RSVP here

Was that all too good to be true? There’s more. This month’s topic is…

Social Media Legal Issues and Policies –

Not everything is peachy

Our guest speakers (list coming soon!) will talk to us about social media policies for companies and employees. They will also present case studies related to legal issues with social media including privacy and personal identity.  Bring questions!

And, by popular request, we will dedicate 10 minutes (or however long it takes us) to list a few more useful social media tips, tricks and tools. The Web is constantly changing. This is a way to help each other keep up.

Feel free to get the discussion going ahead of time – Here or on Twitter using the #SAMPRB hashtag.

RSVP here to attend the June SAMPRB tweetup!

When: Monday, June 29, 2009 at 12 p.m.

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

Menu

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: To bring cash or check. The prices indicated above cover your meal, drink, taxes and gratuity! The tweetup good stuff is served for free 🙂

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.

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