Coming to 3CMA in Minneapolis? Have a drink on us!
Calling all 2014 Annual 3CMA Conference attendees: please join ArchiveSocial, Granicus, and OpenGov for drinks and dessert on Wednesday, September 3rd (first night of the conference). We’re holding a Cocktail Reception right after the Restaurant Romp.
We’ll be unwinding and trying out our new and improved communication skills on the 2nd floor patio of the Hyatt Regency Minneapolis from 8-11pm. We invite you to come enjoy drinks on us while swapping highlights from the day’s sessions, plotting schedules for Thursday, or just getting to know your fellow communicators in a relaxed setting. We’ll also hand out the raffle tickets for each of our own raffles. Come to the Cocktail Reception and you will have three chances to win more free stuff!
You can register here, click on the button below, or stop by one of our tables at the conference to let us know you’re coming. Did we mention the free drinks?
Drinks and Dessert with ArchiveSocial, Granicus, and OpenGov
8-11pm (after the restaurant romp)
On the Regency Patio, 2nd Floor of the Hyatt Regency Minneapolis (conference hotel)
Did somebody say, “free drinks?” As if that weren’t enough, we’ll also be handing out raffle tickets for fabulous prizes.
About your hosts:
Granicus provides the industry’s leading cloud-based solutions for government transparency, efficiency, and citizen engagement. Through its Civic AppStore and Cloud Platform Solutions, Granicus helps more than 63,000 government staff members streamline their workflows and establish more meaningful connections with citizens — online, over social networks, and mobile devices.
OpenGov helps governments access, analyze and share their financial data. Governments from more than 25 states use our digital management software to save time, improve decision-making and build trust with constituents.
ArchiveSocial automatically captures and produces records of social media for compliance with public records laws such as FOIA. ArchiveSocial is trusted by governments in more than two dozen states, and was recently recognized as a Cool Vendor in Government by analyst firm Gartner.