Reminder: Washington DC Meetup Tomorrow, Friday April 12 with Matt Stoller

Looking forward to seeing Washington DC area readers tomorrow. As indicated, Matt Stoller will also be joining us, although he has to leave by 7:00 PM. Swing by for some lively conversation and an end of the week drink.

I will be coming in on the Delta Shuttle (flight 5937, scheduled arrival 3:22 PM) and will go straight to the venue and get a cup of coffee. So if you can duck out of work early, you might check and see if the flight got in on time and swing by early.

We will be meeting in the Fire and Sage restaurant at the Marriott Metro Center. The staff says to “go to the back” and we have a reserved section. “The back” is apparently a term of art, so if you go and say you are with the NC group that has a reservation “in the back” you should have no trouble finding us.

Time
5:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Friday April 12, 2019

Location
Marriott Metro Center
775 12th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20005
202-737-2200

The Marriott is at 775 12th Street NW, which is close to several Metro stops:

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See you soon!

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5 comments

  1. Robert McGregor

    It should be very interesting to hear from any attendees who might have inside views on what is going on there now in D.C.–maybe workers in government, or in the federal contractor, lobbyist, and campaign 2020 worlds. I would love to drop everything and fly up there, but won’t be able to (I did go to the 2017 Atlanta and Birmingham Meet-Ups, and highly recommend them!) This D.C. one should be especially interesting. I look forward to reading the comments over the weekend!

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  2. Trick Shroade

    What are these events usually like? Does everyone already know each other? I’m in DC and love NC but lack the social bravado to just walk up and start talking to people I don’t know.

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    1. Dirk77

      I won’t be able to make it, but please come by. If you are like me exhausted at the end of the week and don’t want to think much, you can just ask a few people about themselves and their history. Or tell yours. I have found it very interesting.

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