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Join Mile High Young Professionals for speed networking and Mardi Gras specials

Join Mile High Young Professionals for speed networking and Mardi Gras specials
Join Mile High Young Professionals for speed networking and Mardi Gras specialsDenver Chophouse & Brewery

The Mile High Young Professionals group has been busy connecting Denver’s ‘best and brightest’ in a relaxed, professional environment with a variety of events held at fun venues throughout the year. Today you have the opportunity to join them for their February social including speed networking, Mardi Gras food and drinks specials, and door prizes.

There are no membership or age requirements to join MHYP events, so don’t let that hold you back. Dress like you do for work, bring your business cards, and leave with new business relationships.

MHYP’s nonprofit partner for this event is EarthLinks, giving you the opportunity to learn about their mission and local initiatives. You may even want to get involved with this group—EarthLinks is looking for Board and committee members, so this is your chance to give back to the community and gain valuable volunteer experience at the same time.

Here are the details:

When: Tuesday, February 12, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.

Where: Denver Chophouse and Brewery, 1735 19th Street, Denver

Event Partner: EarthLinks

Cost: Free to MHYP members; $10 for non-members

Info: Online

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