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At South by Southwest but homesick for Philly?
VisitPhilly is throwing a Homesick Philly party at the festival on March 13. It’ll feature Philly musicians Chill Moody and Bleeding Rainbow and serve Victory Beer.
Last year, the Philadelphia Convention and Visitors Bureau flew a banner over Austin to promote Philly. Word is that they’ll be doing it again.
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And don’t forget about our #notatSXSW party on March 11 for everyone else who won’t be flying to Austin. It’ll be at the Philly Game Forge in Old City and also serve as a way to get excited for the fast approaching Philly Tech Week Presented by AT&T (April 4-12).
- Chanelle Henry, the Philly-based director of UX for New York City business consulting firm Blue Wolf
- Michael Leis, senior vice president of social strategy for Digitas Health
- John Paul Titlow, associate editor for FastCompany’s FastCoLabs
- Comcast staffers like Ryan Olah, who does social media for Comcast’s talent acquisition arm, and Arpit Mathur and other engineers on the Comcast Innovation Labs team
- Lamps.com, the Old City-based ecommerce company
- Southwork, the Philly band from Tony Trov, is playing a series of concerts March 6 to March 15. Find the schedule here.
- UX designer and DJ Maria Sciarrino is a panelist on a talk about “Getting Your Music Heard in the Digital Age” on March 12
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