Tuesday, May 16, 2017 at 5:30:00 PM Martin City Brewing Company 500 EAST 135TH STREET, Kansas City,

A Night of Networking, Benefiting BMA Foundation & Noah's Bandage Project



Tue, May 16, 2017 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM CDT


Martin City Brewing Company Pub, 500 East 135th Street, Kansas City, MO 64145

$20 donation gets you pizza, a drink ticket and countless great connections!

Join us May 16 for an evening of networking as all of Kansas City's young professional and nonprofit clubs and boards are invited to Martin City Brewing Co. to connect for a good cause. For a $20 donation, you'll enjoy free pizza and your first pint on the house, and the night's proceeds will benefit two local charities: BMA Foundation and Noah's Bandage Project as Matt Moore and Jake Jacobson "Dine & Dance With The Stars" this summer.

Celebrate spring in Kansas City while spreading the word about your own upcoming events and learning what other groups are doing around town. Whether your club gathers for professional purposes (Social Media Club, Public Relations Society of America, etc.) or to raise money and awareness (Young Nonprofit Professionals Network, Mercy Ambassadors, Red Shoe Society, Young Friends of Art, etc.), this is the perfect chance to share your group's message and mission and potentially find new members.

Join these KC Clubs United members and many others!

AAF-KC, AIGA KC AMA KC, BMA KC, KCDMA, FX of KC, IABC KC, IMA KC Media Mix, GKCPRSA, KCSEM, SMCKC, Kansas City Web Analytics and Marketing Metrics Group.

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