Join the first-ever RLC Tweetup

Do you talk in hashtags? Do you fear finger cramps from tweeting about the Restaurant Leadership Conference? Are you reading this from your mobile phone? Or are you intrigued and want to learn more about social media?

If you answered “yes” to any of those questions and you’re attending the RLC, then this is your (in)formal invitation to the conference’s first tweetup. Join the editors of Restaurant Business and social media mavens from the industry for breakfast on Tuesday, April 1 from 7:00 a.m. until 8:30 a.m. in the Trailblazers Ballroom. Look for the Tweetup signs.

What is a tweetup? This is a networking opportunity for Twitter users to meet in person, match a face to a handle and convert 140 character engagements into actual conversations.

In the meantime, tweet about your RLC experience using the #RLC2014 hashtag and follow @RB_magazine for live updates. You can also follow the Restaurant Business editors,

@PeterRomeo, @KellyKillian, @RBMillennial (Sara Rush) and @RBPat (Pat Cobe), for exclusive industry insights during the show. See you there.

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