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January 25, 2012 at 2:06pm

Scenes from a Social Media Club

The Social Media Club-Tacoma met at the Harmon Tap Room Tuesday. Photo credit: Steve Dunkelberger

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HANGING OUT WITH THE SOCIAL MEDIA CLUB-TACOMA >>>

Social Media Club-Tacoma's first gathering of the year leaned more toward the "social" side than "media." A small group gathered Tuesday at the Harmon Tap Room to chat social media, play a few games and tip a few brews. Games included name that celebrity Tweet maker and a random drawing based on who had the closest number of Twitter followers to the number Kevin Freitas's smartphone app generated.

Game winners scored passes to The Grand Cinema, City Club events and Point Defiance Zoo. Erik Handberg also donated a copy of his book, The Marinara Murders.

To get in on the action, follow the Social Media Club-Tacoma here.

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