It’s Our Party and You’ll Drink if You Want to

Posted on: June 27th, 2011 at 1:00 pm by

As some of you may know, July marks the third year of Bowery Boogie’s existence. This last year has been huge for us and we’ve been trying to figure out how we can thank everyone who has sent us tips, linked to our stories, read the site, quoted us in magazines, bought advertising, and even invited us to be extras on TV shows.

Come party with Bowery Boogie from 6:30 PM -9:30 PM on July 13, 2011 at Motor City. 127 Ludlow Street.

Here’s what we came up with: we’re throwing a party at Motor City and we want you to come have a drink with us. The first one is on the house. All you need to do is mention the magic word “BOOGIE.” If you find us inside the bar, the magic words are probably also “I’ve been reading this site so long I feel like I know you.”

DJ’ing for the evening will be Jenny Penny. All the other information you need::
Date: July 13
Time: 6:30 PM- 9:30 PM
Where: Motor City. 127 Ludlow Street
Magic Word to Get Drinks: BOOGIE
RSVP: On our Facebook event page if you feel like it and don’t want to forget

And one more thing… Here’s a printable version of the party flier. I, Dave, will personally give $50 in cash to one (1) person who prints it out, puts it in the most creative spot, and sends me a picture of it. Email it, tweet it to @boweryboogie, whatever. I’ll pick the best entry by the night of the party.

Hope to see you there!

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