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Nov. 1, 2012 10:00 am

GB.TC hosts first Baltimore Tech Crawl, Mayor Rawlings-Blake to attend annual Tech Night

Before Tech Night kicks off at Lexington Market at 7 tonight, gb.tc will hold the first annual Tech Crawl to “see Baltimore tech in action,” writes Jason Hardebeck. Crawlers will make four stops at the: Bromo Seltzer Tower clockworks Baltimore Police’s CitiWatch control center Catholic Relief Services’ international crisis situation room MTA’s nerve center E-mail […]

Before Tech Night kicks off at Lexington Market at 7 tonight, gb.tc will hold the first annual Tech Crawl to “see Baltimore tech in action,” writes Jason Hardebeck.

Crawlers will make four stops at the:

  • Bromo Seltzer Tower clockworks
  • Baltimore Police’s CitiWatch control center
  • Catholic Relief Services’ international crisis situation room
  • MTA’s nerve center

E-mail ask [AT] gb.tc to reserve your spot on the Tech Crawl. The Crawl departs from the MTA Control Center at 4:15 p.m.

Tickets to Tech Night are still available, and all attendees can park for free at the garage located at 208 N. Paca St. Also, as gb.tc’s Sharon Paley wrote on the Baltimore Tech Facebook group, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake will be at Tech Night to “make a special announcement that the whole tech community can get behind.”

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Andrew Zaleski

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