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Austin’s March BIG BASHH is March 7th

March 1, 2013


BIG Big Ass Social Happy Hour: March 7th

Known as Austin’s biggest March kickoff party, [BIG] BIG ASS SOCIAL HAPPY HOUR (BASHH) has opened registrations. Folks from as near as Austin, New York, and as far as the UK, Africa, Los Angeles, Seattle, and Japan have already begun to RSVP.

BASHH is Austin hosted and Austin supported, representing Austin’s welcome party to the masses – and we expect to see you there. No SXSW badge is required, but are welcomed, obviously. You will not be automatically RSVPd to BASHH because you’ve signed up for a service, so check the list to make sure you’re on it, and get registered now.

AGBeat founded and organizes BASHH every month, and for this event, we have partnered with The Ranch to bring you one of Austin’s largest, and most beautiful spaces in which to connect and mingle with those in town for the nine days of festivities.

Attendance is free, no badge required

Attendance is free to you thanks to our kick ass sponsors (Constant Contact,, and and that’s just how BASHH is. Complimentary drink tickets are available until they run out, but drink specials will run throughout the night – this ain’t your grandma’s mixer.

The tone is casual and as is common in Austin, you will rub elbows with the most wealthy elite influencers alongside recent college grads launching an app, and you’ll have equal access and equally fascinating conversations.

Publicists and others that require private RSVP, email us directly.

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