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Voices.com Holding a Toronto Mixer on February 19, 2010

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By Stephanie Ciccarelli

February 8, 2010

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Sheraton Centre Toronto HotelHave any plans for the evening of Friday February 19th, 2010?

Live in, around or close to Toronto?

Voices.com is holding a mixer for our customers and we'd love to see you there!

Join David Ciccarelli and members of the Voices.com team Ben Jackson, Brogan Wilson and Ashley Hall in this evening of fun and networking.

Learn more and RSVP now.

Toronto, We're Coming!

We'll be hosting another mixer in one of our favourite cities... Toronto!

If you are up for PodCamp Toronto or are a member of the Voices.com community, you're welcome to mix and mingle with us at Traders in the Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel on Friday February 19th, 2010 from 8 p.m. until midnight.

What Do You Need To Bring?

Bring your business cards, a firm handshake and your smile!

People attending PodCamp Toronto 2010 are also welcome :) Learn more and RSVP now to secure your spot via our event page on Facebook.

Take a look at this venue!

Traders at the Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel

* While it's free to attend the event, you are responsible for purchasing your own food and drinks.

Will You Be Able to Come?

Looking forward to hearing from you!

Best wishes,

Stephanie

Related Topics: mixer, networking, podcamp, voice acting, voice over, voice talent, voiceovers, Voices.com


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    Really wish I could make it but unfortunately, not this time around. :( I know you'll all have a fantastic time though. And I'll hope to catch you the next time you're in town! All the best, -- Jodi

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