You’re Invited to the 2010 Streetfilms Spectacular

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You are invited to the first you-gotta-be-there event of the year. On Tuesday, January 19, we’ll be hosting "Streetfilms Spectacular 2010" at our headquarters in Manhattan.

Come by and meet the team. See what Streetfilms is working on. Give us feedback on what you’ve liked in the past and what you’d like to see us tackle in the future. And most important, learn about exciting new opportunities to help fund our work!

As a once-in-a-lifetime treat, our very special guest will be A.U.T.O. lobbyist Veronica Moss, who will be holding a press conference. We have no idea what to expect, but bring your questions. She promised that if everyone is nice she will pose for photos afterward.

Doors open at 6 p.m. and the official program begins around 6:30. Come for films, snacks, drinks and surprises. We hope to see you there. Click here to RSVP.

Tuesday, January 19, 6-9 p.m.

148 Lafayette Street

Take the L N, Q, R, W, 6, J or M trains to Canal Street

M6 stops nearby at Broadway and Howard
Bike Valet Parking provided by Transportation Alternatives

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