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To RSVP or not to RSVP? That is the question.

From: Brad F.
Sent on: Saturday, March 31, 2012 3:00 AM

Hey guys. There are plenty of reasons to RSVP for a show and not hang out with the group. For example you could be taking a date or going with another group. But if you RSVP and do not want to hang out with the group then please let us know or just don't RSVP. You can leave a comment in the event or let the organizer know directly.

The organizer winds up spending time looking for people that don't want to be found and it might also affect if other people want to go at all. For example... If three people RSVP for an even and two of them did not plan on being a part of the group then the 3rd person might chose to do something else.

This is a new group and we are still going through our growing pains.

 

Thanks,

Brad

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