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August = Fun!

Hey there Readers! This month @ Garage Society, we're bringing in the summer month of August with lots of fun activities!

Hey there Readers! This month @ Garage Society, we're bringing in the summer month of August with lots of fun activities! Starting tonight we'll be kicking off by hosting a seminar, sponsored by Zeal Industries, on how Cloud solutions can help you get that competitive edge for your business!

Zeal Industries Cloud Seminar Flyer

To make this event even more exciting and special, we have our very own Garager, Adrian Lai, headlining as one of the speakers tonight. BestBev has also sponsored craft beer all the way from Japan for the participants!!!

Stay tuned for more August Fun as we bring summer to an end with a blast!

August Summer Fun Corkboard

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