July 11th Happy Hour Photos

By Dave Hahn

Dave Hahn is the Director of Digital Strategy for Meeting of the Minds.

Jul 11, 2013 | Announcements | 0 comments

July 12th Happy Hour in Detroit

July 12th Happy Hour in Detroit

July 12th Happy Hour in Detroit

July 12th Happy Hour in Detroit

July 12th Happy Hour in Detroit

July 12th Happy Hour in Detroit

July 12th Happy Hour in Detroit

July 12th Happy Hour in Detroit

July 12th Happy Hour in Detroit

July 12th Happy Hour in Detroit

Happy Hour Meet-up Photos, a set on Flickr.
July 11th,, 2013 at the Fountain Bistro. A casual meet-up for urban sustainability-minded folks in Detroit.

Organized by Meeting of the Minds and NextEnergy and SMART.

Meeting of the Minds
NextEnergy
SMART

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