(Image courtesy of the legendary Invincible Don1)
Venture capitalist Charlie O’Donnell is organizing a group outing for those in the Brooklyn tech scene to a Brooklyn Cyclones minor league baseball game later this month.
The game is on Monday, July 24 and tickets are $13. Through O’Donnell’s link, you can buy tickets for the specific section the group will be in.
This event was our introduction to the Brooklyn tech world two years ago (which you can read about here) and it was a good one. Leaving the coworking space is a great way to meet and build relationships with people in a way that doesn’t feel like “networking.” I’ll be there again this year, so come say hi!
Join me and your fellow Brooklyn tech, creative and startup folks at the Cyclones on the 24th! https://t.co/ihtngE4Nsy
— Charlie O'Donnell (@ceonyc) July 10, 2017
Unfortunately, the Cyclones (the Mets’ low-A affiliate) sit in last place in the league, at 6-16.
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