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N3RD STREET SQUARES

Thursday, April 10
6:30pm–9:00pm

As part of Philly Tech Week, WebLinc is hosting a game show-inspired event based on the famous 1970’s TV show, Hollywood Squares.

The event will be eCommerce and front-end UX focused and will feature some of the tech industry’s favorite community thought leaders, local celebrities and WebLinc’s very own industry experts. There will be live music by the amazing polka band, Polkadelphia. All attendees will get to play the game and most will win prizes!

Some of the speakers include:

  • Green Ant: Chikara Pro-Wrestler
  • Johnny Bilotta: GUIwerks Principal
  • Val Head: Designer, Consultant + Speaker
  • Darren Hill: WebLinc Co-Founder + CEO
  • Jenn Lukas: Interactive Consultant + Front-End Developer
  • Alex Hillman: Indy Hall Co-Founder + Fearless Leader
  • Patrick Rodgers: International Vampire
  • Eric Smith: Geekadelphia + Philly Geek Awards Co-Founder
  • Joey Sweeney: Philebrity Editor and Co-Founder

All event attendees will get to learn, interact, and play, but only the best will be the official winner of The N3rd Street Squares.

National Mechanics
22 S. 3rd Street

Speakers

  • Alex Hillman

    Alex Hillman

    Alex Hillman is the co-founder of Philadelphia’s Indy Hall, one of the world’s most respected coworking communities. With over 6 consecutive years of vibrant growth and hundreds of active members, it has become a mainstay in the Philadelphia creative, technology, and entrepreneurship scene.

    He is also the creator and lead instructor of the Community Builder Masterclass, an intensive bootcamp-style course that teaches community leaders, managers, and corporations how to build a robust and powerful company culture.

  • Eric Smith

    Eric Smith

    Eric Smith is an author, blogger, gamer, and publishing geek living and writing in Philadelphia. Along with Tim Quirino, he’s the co-founder of Geekadelphia, a hyperlocal blog in Philadelphia, covering all-that-is-geek in the City of Brotherly Love. In 2011, he co-founded the Philadelphia Geek Awards with the Academy of Natural Sciences, a ceremony honoring local geeks. His latest book, The Geek’s Guide to Dating, was published by Quirk Books in December 2013.