Each year coinciding with a major SEM conference, The Internet Marketers of NY throw a Manhattan party bash to benefit a deserving charity.
Last year they raised a prodigal sum for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, a cause extremely dear to my heart. You see, I survived stage 3B Lymphoma a little less than 3 years ago and this charity helped save my life by providing resources, local support-contacts and critical information.
This year’s March 18th party, again generously sponsored by Best of the Web, coincides with Search Engine Strategies New York 2008. The party, open to the public, is likely be jam-packed with SEM luminaries, local NYC marketing community members, and tons of potential new friends. Everyone is welcome. The bar is open (be careful), munchies delectable and the cover charge is only $40.00, the proceeds of which go to charity.
BOTW is asking the community to vote from a list of possible charity recipients. I’ve been designated as the "advocate" for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Each of the other charities are worthy of support as well. Please go vote for who you want to get the money now. Full details are available on the voting landing page.
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