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We’re supersizing Super Meetup this year

Yo, Delaware: Super Meetup is back and better than ever. See you Tuesday, July 25 for a night of networking.

Super Meetup is good summer fun. (Photo courtesy of Reed Gustow)

Super Meetup is back and coming to a 1313 Innovation patio near you.
Last year, Girl Develop It Wilmington convened nine tech meetups in the area to make the First State’s Super Meetup one we will never forget.

This year, we will move things outside with free drinks thanks to our drink sponsor, 1313 Innovation powered by Benjamin’s Desk. There will be pay-as-you-go food available as well as free beer. Yup, free beer.

Whether you’re there to find Meetup groups to join, looking to promote your group or you just generally want to spend a summer evening with an awesome group of people, don’t miss out on #SuperMeetup17.

Not to mention, BlackRockCapital One and Chatham Financial will be there throwing their coolest swag your way.

(Pro tip: This is a great place to start the relationship that could lead to your next big career move.)


Can’t make it? Or, conversely, you just want to “super meetup” all summer long? Don’t worry, we will be in Baltimore, Brooklyn, Philly and D.C., too.

Companies: Chatham Financial / BlackRock / Capital One / 1313 Innovation / Girl Develop It

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