Last Thursday we hosted our first meet-up in Dallas at The Foundry, it turned out to be quiet a little success. It was a bit hot but the cold beer and good company made it a great social hour! We look forward to future meet ups, but in the meantime check out our upcoming Dallas workshop. Thanks to SisterBrother Mgmt for sponsoring the first round of drinks and to WELD and Oil & Cotton for generously donating to the raffle. Make sure to check out the Facebook album and tag yourself!

 

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Brandy Barham ©

Brandy Barham ©

Brandy Barham ©

Brandy Barham ©

Brandy Barham ©

Brandy Barham ©

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