Let’s face it: We couldn’t pull any of this off without our superhero sponsors. Get a peek at these generous souls, and give them a pat on the back in person tomorrow!
Zebigo is an on-demand, dynamic ride sharing system and community for drivers and riders. Through their proprietary software at http://zebigo.com
and mobile applications, they match drivers and riders commuting to and from work, going to sports and entertainment events, or for one-way trips. Riders pay drivers by the mile plus a $0.49 transaction fee to Zebigo.com for making the match. Find out some average prices a rider would pay at https://zebigo.com/faq.php#how-much2
and see how much you can save (or earn as a driver!) by ride sharing.
Microsoft Alumni Association
The Microsoft Alumni Network (MSA) helps support former Microsoft employees as they move on to pursue new opportunities. The official membership organization for Microsoft alumni worldwide, MSA, enables more than 18,000 Microsoft alumni to benefit from valuable connections, career opportunities, and exclusive discounts on products and services.
Swedish Medical Center
Started in 1910 as Swedish Hospital by a group of philanthropic physicians, Swedish has grown into a comprehensive health care system that delivers the highest quality of care from pregnant mothers to end-of-life care in the home—and everything in between. Swedish Medical Center is pleased to announce the launch of a $100 million fundraising campaign, The Campaign for Swedish.
As Swedish embarks upon its second century of providing world-class healthcare to our community, this fundraising Campaign will provide important support to a wide variety of programs throughout the health care system. To learn more about the Campaign, visit: http://www.campaignforswedish.org/
We’re so fortunate to have scored this amazing venue! Have you seen the views from Ray’s?! We know you’ll love it. Ray’s has been extremely generous and accommodating – we couldn’t think of a better partner for Twestival Seattle.
A Seattle icon since 1973, Ray’s Boathouse, Café & Catering is internationally renowned for its unparalleled Northwest seafood and breathtaking waterfront view of Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains. Ray’s Boathouse is comfortably elegant, serving refined sustainable seafood, local meats and produce, and an extensive list of Northwest wines nightly. Ray’s Cafe is lively and fun, serving casual regional fare for lunch and dinner, with seasonal outdoor dining and a popular Happy Hour twice daily. Ray’s Catering offers professional full-service catering and a beautiful waterfront banquet room that is perfect for social and corporate entertaining.
Wondering who you can thank for the frosty beverages you’ll be enjoying at Twestival Seattle on Thursday? That would be the Rockfish Grill and Anacortes Brewery (@Rockfish_Grill
). Co-owner Rick Star has generously donated a keg of their Pilsner, which you can imbibe on Thursday, using your complimentary Twestival drink ticket.
The Anacortes Brewery has an extensive list of beers
including, but not limited to, the Mai Oh Maibock
named in honor of the late Mariners announcer Dave Niehaus. You can find Anacortes Brewery’s suds at a number of Seattle establishments
, so keep your eye out or stop in for a bite (beer ice cream anyone?) and a pint next time you’re in Anacortes. Thank you Rockfish Grill and Anacortes Brewery
for your refreshingly malty donation!
They’re no paparazzi, they’re pure artistes. We have two awesome volunteer photographers for Twestival, and we can't thank them enough for their generous gifts of time and talent!
They are Amanda Howse Butler
and Danny Ngan
. You can learn more about Amanda here: http://www.amandahowse.com/ and Danny here: http://about.me/dannyngan
Social Media Club Seattle
We’re extremely grateful that SMC Seattle
chose to partner with Twestival for this month’s official event. We’re also pretty psyched about the raffle item they donated: A “Golden Ticket,” which gives one lucky winner a year of free access to SMC’s monthly events!
Girl Power Hour
Girl Power Hour promoted Twestival to their network, which means they deserve a big shout-out. Girl Power Hour brings women together in the spirit of community, philanthropy and social glam to network and connect in the chicest venues in town. With professional development events, over 30 bloggers, mentorship and more, Girl Power Hour strives to empower, celebrate and inspire women through various resources and events. Find them online here: http://girlpowerhour.com/
The Seattle Times
A super-size thanks to our local news source, The Seattle Times, for being a fan and promoter of Twestival this year!
"Since 1896, The Seattle Times has been the Northwest's most trusted source of local news and information. As an independent, locally owned company with deep roots in the Pacific Northwest, we're committed to serving the community through quality journalism for many years to come."
See you at tomorrow's SOLD OUT event.
Don't forget to tweet about your night and include the #TwestivalSEA hashtag!