Bloggers and social media gurus have an opportunity to network at an upcoming event at Tysons Corner Center later this week.
From 6-8 p.m. on Thursday (Feb. 20), entrepreneurial women from the area are invited to attend a gathering sponsored by BrandBox where they can meet Alison Barker from the Babes Who Create Executive Team.
The event is celebrating the launch of Babes Who Create DC — a branch of the California-based marketing and media company that operates regional communities of content creators across the U.S.
Attendees can play with puppies, drink and eat appetizers, take photos and try out a variety of services including hair and makeup touchup stations, according to the event page.
The first 75 women to attend will also receive a goodie bag full of sports items and beauty products, according to the event page.
The event is free and will be held on level two of the mall next to Old Navy and Urban Outfitters.
Anyone who wants to learn more about the D.C. chapter of Babes Who Create can check out the group’s Instagram.
Image via Babes Who Create/Facebook
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