Wednesday, February 11, 2009

What does #evfn stand for?

More of the GroupImage by sheiladeeisme via Flickr

The next time someone asks "What does #evfn stand for?", please direct them to the link behind that query.

Or you could just tell them it stands for East Valley Friday nights. But sending the link above is much funnier. Here's the description that I use on Upcoming, Yelp, Facebook and anywhere else I can think to spread it:

#evfn is a weekly social gathering organized primarily over Twitter. It stands for East Valley Friday Nights and yes, you are invited.

Remember the agenda: no agenda. Have fun. Meet people. Party on!

So if you're in any of the "east valley" cities of the greater Phoenix area or are planning on being in town any Friday night, rest assured that we'll be having an #evfn from 6:00 - 8:00. We're averaging about 40 people as of late, so it's becoming a bit of a challenge to find establishments that can handle us. But we're doing OK and we have a few "go-to" places that are happy to take the huge influx of cash we give them once a week.

There's a Flickr group set up so you can see some images of prior events. Anyone and everyone can contribute photos here, so load 'em up!

Want to stay informed? The best way is to sign up for our Upcoming group. That's the "official" place to RSVP. If your account is properly configured, you'll get an email when the venue is set.

And since this event is primarily organized via Twitter, you can search for #evfn to find the conversation. I suggest following a few links and checking the date. Would hate to see you wind up at where we were in the past!

See you at an #evfn soon!

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  1. I thought #evfn stood for Elderly Voles Flee Nightowls. I appreciate you Googling it for me. I never quite understood how that thing worked.

  2. I was at Whole Foods last night, and Jim (one of the folks who works in the "happy corner") said they are now staffing an extra person the last Friday of the month to make sure the #evfners have a great experience there. Then I had some Dogfish Head Palo Santo Marron and had a great experience of my own.


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