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Women 'n' Wine, Part II

From: Sheila N.
Sent on: Monday, November 9, 2009 1:20 PM
Well, I have to admit, I thought I was clicking on a button to find out more information about Women 'N' Wine, but in reality, I was clicking on a button to take over! That'll teach me!

I joined the group late, but never made it to an event. I joined expecting it to be a group of women interested in wine, and getting together. I didn't realize the strong networking aspect I've read about.

If I were planning an event today, I might look for a wine expert to talk about wines of the season. It's too late to catch the best Pinot tips for Thanksgiving, but maybe we can work something out for the December holidays.

I'm willing to give it a shot! But first, some questions. Please email back with your preferences, so I can try to meet as many of the expectations as I can.

1) In which part of town do you prefer to have Meet Up events?
2) How much are you willing to spend to try some wine samples, maybe a few munchies? (ex., $25 a Meet Up?)
3) Is every 4-6 weeks a good pace?
4) Are you looking to learn or to network?
5) Should it stay women only, or expand to men, too?

Any guidance you can give would be helpful. Looking forward to meeting some of you soon,

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