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Paul Singh is hitting the road with his Results Junkies Tech Tour

Join Singh for a happy hour in Chinatown on Feb. 29 to hear more about his latest (ad)venture.

Paul Singh's ride for #RJTechTour. (Photo via nvite)

Paul Singh has set his sights on the greater U.S.A.
Specifically, the U.S.A. where “startups actually start (and grow) their businesses.” And to judge by the list of stops on his upcoming Results Junkies Tech Tour, we’re not talking New York or D.C. or Silicon Valley. We’re talking Real America.
This newest venture fits with the ethos of Singh’s new coworking chain, The Brickyard, a chain that “will be aimed at providing a quality work environment for entrepreneurs and tech enthusiasts in secondary tech markets,” according to DC Inno.
Singh’s Tech Tour will stop for weeklong events series’ in places like Tulsa, Okla., Helena, Mont., and more. But it all kicks off on Feb. 29 at Penn Social in Chinatown. There you can meet with Singh and fellow area entrepreneurs to talk about the tour and learn more about his ride for the next few months — a custom-built Airstream trailer (“Because America” the tour events page offers, by way of explanation).
RSVP to the kick-off event here, or stay up to date on the #RJTechTour in general via the Tour’s custom nvite page.
Also, ICYMI, Technical.ly is traveling around the country in the coming months too, though sans custom Airstream. Technical.ly’s goal with the Tomorrow Tour is to meet entrepreneurs in new cities and uncover unique stories of innovation and entrepreneurship. Cities still to come in March include Miami, Chicago, Detroit and Atlanta — learn more about the Tomorrow Tour here.

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