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Food Bloggers Unite, Eat Free At Refresh Miami's Social Media Strategy Community Meeting

Refresh Miami is a real life monthly meetup where people into the Internet get together and talk about blogs and Twitters, their Facebooks, new mobile media device applications, stuff like that, that kind of stuff, and stuff of that nature.

Point is, who cares, there's free food and free drinks. Food bloggers, I know you're reading, take note, there will be plenty of industry-type, professional computer nerds talking about the future of the future. If making money makes sense to you, it's probably worth checking out.

Refresh Miami is the brainchild of Brian Breslin. Breslin was recently featured in the Miami Herald's Business Monday in an article by Bridget Carey on social media.

Refresh Miami happens Wednesday, June 24 from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. in Coconut Grove at the Academy of Arts & Minds. 3138 Commodore Plaza. Miami, FL. Call 305-761-4597 or email brianbreslin@gmail.com for more info.

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