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Win a ticket to Startup Weekend April 26-27

Startup Weekend is back for another go April 26-27. Held at the tail end of Philly Tech Week at Workbridge Associates in Center City, the event is for designers, developers and non-technical people too.

From Startup Weekend during Philly Tech Week 2012. Photo from Remnantsblog.com

Got what it takes to hack together a startup in one weekend?

Startup Weekend is back for another go April 26-27. Held at the tail end of Philly Tech Week at Workbridge Associates in Center City, the event is for designers, developers and non-technical people too. Find our coverage of past Startup Weekends here.

Register for $99 here or try to win a ticket.

We’re giving away one ticket via Twitter so follow our Twitter today to figure out how to enter. 

Co-organizer Brendan Lowry, who’s also Curalate‘s director of marketing, provided these highlights (ahem, verbatim):

  • Aramark has joined as a food sponsor, and will be catering throughout the entire weekend
  • Little Baby’s Ice Cream will be catering Saturday night.  <l3 <l3 <l3 (those are supposed to look like ice cream cones)
  • Red Bull drop off every 4 hours. Seriously.
  • Winners will receive $200 in Sidetour credits, a ton of Uber credits, and a ton of other prizes
  •  Check out all of our awesome judges and coaches. “[Judge and Letterpress creator] Loren Brichter is a total badass.”
Companies: Startup Weekend / Uber

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