My Bloggy Valentine: Join Us for a Special BlogHer Meet-Up on February 6th in San Francisco!

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When: Friday, February 6
Time: 6:30 - 8:30
Where: 330 Ritch (A bar at 300 Ritch St.), San Francisco, CA
Who: All BlogHers and BlogHims who find themselves in the Bay Area
Why: Because what could be sweeter than a pre-Valentine's meet-up with Bay Area BlogHers...and free drinks, delicious nibbles, games, prizes...you get the picture
Fee: Free, free, free! (But you must register to attend.)

Whether you can't stand or can't wait for Valentine's Day, now is the perfect time to shake off the post-holiday doldrums and have a little non-traditional pre-Valentine's Day fun by joining us at our special BlogHer Meet-Up. BlogHer meet-ups are always informal opportunities to eat, drink, be merry...and network like a blog-business-card-exchanging fiend. This meet-up will be no different, and this time we've got some exciting extras!

Thanks to Nintendo, our gracious sponsor and host, we'll also be featuring demos of the Nintendo DS game, "Personal Trainer: Cooking." What's more, we'll actually be serving some of the delicious and healthy culinary treats featured in the "Personal Trainer: Cooking" game for you to sample.

So...in case you were wondering what to prepare for that special Valentine's Day meal for you, your partner, your family, your friends (or, you know, the staff at BlogHer), we'll even be showcasing one brave blogger who'll prepare a dish -- live and on the spot -- from "Personal Trainer: Cooking." Think of it as entertainment you can eat!

So please join us, and bring your blogging buddies. The event, food, drinks (and yes, prizes!) are completely free, but you must register to attend. Space is limited and we'll be checking guests in at the door.

330 Ritch is conveniently located just a few blocks from the San Francisco CalTrain Station and the Montgomery BART Station. For directions, please click here.

Hope to see you there!

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