Strategic Connections Announces Taste of Technology

After our wonderfully successful Dash of Technology in March, Strategic Connections will be holding our 4th annual “Taste of Technology” event in Raleigh. This event will be at the Angus Barn Pavilion from 3-7 PM on October 26, 2017. In attendance will be not only the Strategic Connections crew but also many vendors that supply the best-in-class tools we use for all of our product disciplines.

In addition to the vendors, many local thought leaders will be present to create an atmosphere of knowledge and learning as we enjoy the evening. The event will begin with a certified continuing education class for registered architects, and after, the food and drinks will be provided by Angus Barn.

Casino Night at the Taste of Technology

Much like our last Technology event had a baseball theme at the Winston-Salem Dash ballpark, so too does the Taste of Technology have a theme. This time, the theme is Casino Night. What this means is that we will be running tables of Blackjack, Poker, Craps, and Roulette all around the pavilion. The vendor booths will all be giving out funny money enabling you to participate.

At the end of the evening, you will be able to purchase raffle tickets with the funny money you’ve acquired during your rounds of gaming. The prizes on offer will be a combination of Strategic Connections prizes and prizes from the various vendors in attendance that evening. May Fortune favor you!

Come to the Taste of Technology with Strategic Connections

If you want to have a wonderful evening while also learning more about the advancements in technology that Strategic Connections has been using, then the Taste of Technology is the night for you. Between our vendors and our Casino theme, you can learn and play all in the same location! If you would like to learn more about this event, read more at http://www.strategicconnections.net/taste-of-technology/, or contact us at events@strategicmail.net or call us at 800-255-5664.

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