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SXSW GOOD Party




Hi folks -

We'd like to announce our latest GOOD Party extravaganza. This one is in Austin, TX for South By Southwest. On March 12th, join us at Uncle Flirty's (325 E. Sixth St., on corner of Trinity and Sixth) for a joyous night to benefit Creative Commons, sponsored by Moli. Even better, Six Apart, is matching the donations up t0 $2000. So, by coming, you can really make a difference as well as having an amazing interactive night with an open bar, and Creative Commons chairman Joi Ito. The music will be provided by the MisShapes, DJ Filip Turbotito (of Guns N Bombs and Ima Robot.) To top it off, VJ Phi Phenomenon will be providing interactive and visual experience. This party is for GOOD subscribers only, so subscribe and then you can RSVP by sending an email with your full name to rsvp[at]good.is. We hope to see you all there, it's going to be an amazing time.
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