5 Reasons to Come to Our Coming Out Mixer
Hey Folks! Brad and Josh here, with GayRVA
We’d like to cordially invite you to our Gay RVA Coming Out Mixer this Friday at New York Deli! It’ll be the first of MANY social mixers we’ll throw for the RVA, and we know some of you might be busy – and that’s totally okay – but disregard those plans and scan these reasons why you should come see us anyways. .
1 – Meet the staff
We’re small, but committed – Josh Kadrich and I make up the core ‘Gay RVA’ team, but RVA Mag’s team will be there as well – Meet Tony Harris, John Reinhold, Dan Anderson and the rest of our awesome sales team. If you’re nice, we might even buy you a drink. (You’ll have to be real nice though).
2 – Tell us what you think
We want to amplify the voice of our LGBTQ community here in Richmond and Central VA, but we can’t do that without YOU! Come and tell us what you like and what you don’t like – what we should be doing and what we are doing too much of. This is going to be a great chance to give feedback for a publication that wants to serve you.
3 (1) – Drinks!
Meet other members of the LGBT community here in Richmond – for a little networking or otherwise. Maybe you’ll meet your future S/O and we’ll all look back 10 years from now and think “I’d never had met the love of my life if i decided to be lame and stayed home that Friday back in December 2012.” NYD’s cocktail and food selection is superb as well – so it’s honestly a win-win for everyone involved!
4 (1))- Dranks!
Even if you got plans later that night, start your evening with us! We are extending the normal Happy Hour special prices 2 EXTRA HOURS – we’re not looking for a LTR here, just come and say ‘Hi’ and let us know you care – or that you don’t care, whatever… *tear up*
5 – Bobby LaBeat
Get a little weird on the dance floor, or just catch up on what the kids love as Bobby LaBeat keeps the jams flowing through the evening. He’s sexy, he’s suave, and has better taste in music than we do. That’s why we hired him. Check him out below:
There are some tremendous plans in our basket of goodies for 2013, RVA, and we’re so stoked to share them with you. Come see us, throw back some drinks, throw out some ideas, and throw down on the dance floor. We’ll be right there with you, slipping and slopping all over.
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