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Joint Christmas Party by CING | BSB | JCI | MILS | MS | PR

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From Poundland to Lapland ... CING joins up with Blood Sweat & Beers, JCI Manchester, Manchester Irish Lawyers Society, Manchester Salon and Poetic Republic to bring you a big fat festive party !

The party will take place in the back lounge of the Revolution Bar in Parsonage Gardens (behind House of Fraser on Deansgate), we have got a DJ from about 7 pm onwards.

Every 30 minutes, the sleigh bells ring and raffle will be drawn. For raffle, so far we have a round of shots, a few drinks rounds and a few rounds of prizes.

Thanks to our fabulous sponsors theEword (http://theeword.co.uk) and BECOME (http://www.becomeuk.com), we have now got over 100 prize for the raffle on 11th, and it looks like more presents are still on it's way.

So get you party dress ready and RSVP for your tickets here (http://www.meetup.com/C-I-N-G/events/89453802/).

Date: 11th Dec, 2012 (Tuesday)
Time: 6:00 pm till late
Venue: Back Lounge, Revolution Bar, Parsonage Gardens M3 2LF
Ticket: £10 (including one free drink, party food and 5 entries into the raffle)

Key Sponsors:

theEword www.theeword.co.uk (http://WWW.THEEWORD.CO.UK)

theEword is one of the UK's leading independent digital marketing companies, with a team of over twenty experienced and passionate marketing professionals working on clients ranging from multinationals such as Betfred.com to regional and local businesses.

Our team in Manchester covers all the key skills needed to carry out search engine optimisation to a high level, including an experienced development team, an expert link building team and four full time content writers.

BECOME www.becomeuk.com (http://WWW.BECOMEUK.COM)

Become are a specialised recruitment agency providing freelance and permanent staff within the digital, creative & marketing sectors.

Here at Become, we specialise in providing creatives, digital specialists, production staff, account handlers and marketeers for advertising agencies, design groups and corporate in-house studios. We have been established for over 7 years in Manchester covering the North of England for both freelance and permanent staff needs.

Prize Sponsors:

Academy Class (http://academyclass.com/) - £1000 & £500 worth of courses
Barney Ibbotson Illustration (http://www.barneyibbotson.com/) - A3 print
Contact Theatre (http://contactmcr.com/) - 2 Tickets to Christmas Show
JMW Solicitors (http://www.jmw.co.uk/) - Two bottles of wine
Library Theatre Company (http://www.librarytheatre.com/) - Family tickets to Arabian Nights at The Lowry
New Mills Golf Club (http://www.newmillsgolfclub.co.uk) - Free two ball
Pannone (http://www.pannone.com/) - Two tickets for the Belle Vue Dogs
Yang Sing (http://www.yang-sing.com) - tour of Manchester City
Sweet Mandarin Restaurant (http://www.sweetmandarin.com/) - A range of Gluten free sauces
Yuzu Japanese Restaurant (http://yuzumanchester.co.uk/) - Meal for two

Partner Organisations:

Blood Sweat & Beers @tweetsbyBSB
Junior Chamber International @JCIManchester
Poetic Republic @poeticrepublic
Manchester Irish Lawyers Society @MancIrishLawyer
Manchester Salon @ManchesterSalon

About our Partners:

Blood Sweat & Beers (http://bsbmanchester.tumblr.com)

Born out of the frustrations and observations of 3 guys (Mike, Nick & Paul) responsible for business development in the Creative sector, Blood Sweat and Beers became the name for their monthly get together where they met up over a pint and discussed their successes and problems. The event then grew in popularity where without realising it contacts in their circles started to attend and do exactly the same thing.

Junior Chamber International (http://www.jcimanchester.org.uk)

JCI Manchester is a voluntary personal development organization for young professionals and entrepreneurs aged between 18 and 40. It is a local organization, which is part of the larger global network that is Junior Chamber International (JCI). JCI has over 200, 000 members in 100 countries offering a range of opportunities for you and your business.

Poetic Republic (http://www.poeticrepublic.com)

Poetic Republic was born out of Poetica, a completely open writing forum based in Central Library, Manchester, UK.
In July 2007 Manchester was galvanised by a festival of original new work across the spectrum of popular culture and art - Manchester International Festival. Yet somehow poetry missed out. This triggered a mission to bring the same sense of vision to the writing and sharing of poetry. The result was the launch of a new kind of poetry competition – the Poetic Republic Poetry Prize - a poetic democracy that fully takes advantage of the possibilities opened up by the web.

Manchester Irish Lawyers Society (http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Manchester-Irish-Lawyers-Society-MILS-4255344/about?trk=anet_ug_grppro)

The Manchester Irish Lawyers Society (MILS) was established to provide lawyers with affiliations to Ireland with social and networking opportunities, along with help and support at all stages of their careers. The society is strictly apolitical and membership is open to any member of the legal profession, whether they are expatriates, of Irish ancestry or just have an interest in the Irish culture.

Manchester Salon (http://www.manchestersalon.org.uk)

The Manchester Salon was inspired after a trip to London for the Battle of Ideas in 2007, and a desire to bring some of the flavour of those very engaging debates to Manchester - at least in between the annual Battle of Ideas festival. The Salon organises discussions that happily move from a problematic or tricky topic in current affairs one month, through a morally difficult subject of scientific research the next, followed by unpicking the tensions between the Arts and demands by Policy wonks. There's no interesting subject the Manchester Salon won't consider.

The aim is to try and capture the essence and nuances of the topics raised in current affairs, and discuss possible solutions. With as many views as there are participants, our conversations never end and are carried on more informally in the bar after the debate.