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The Voice of the Black Community
Xklusive Thoughts Presents: State of the "Union" Conversation Party
Networking
Date: April 27, 2014
Time: 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Location: Show map
Silk (Located inside Enso)
210 East Trade St
Charlotte , NC 28202

Contact: Karissa Hayden
Phone: 704-575-2851
Email: karissa@glam23.com
Site: www.xklusivethoughts.com

Xklusive Thoughts, LLC will be hosting its 4th conversation party Sunday April 27, 2014. The social event will be lead by Certified Reality Expert & Life/Relationship Coach Troy Spry.


Local singles and couples are encouraged to attend and discuss The State of the “Union,” an open forum about the “real world” perceptions of marriage based on the harsh reality of dating. Light appetizers and cocktail specials will be available as well as free prizes and giveaways for attendees. The event is from 4-7pm and RSVP is a must as spaces are limited!


Xklusive Convos is a laid back atmosphere for like minded individuals looking to learn more about each other and gather different perspectives about life, love, and relationships! This is CONVERSATION WITH A PURPOSE, but you may just meet your next mate at this event as well!


If you would like to attend the event, please RSVP at http://www.eventbrite.com/e/xklusive-convos-charlotte-theme-state-of-the-union-tickets-11047963757?aff=eorg
For further information, please contact Troy Spy at xklusive5@gmail.com or Glam23 PR & Events at info@glam23.com.




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