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Not Your Average Company, Not Your Average Picnic

Written by
Kate Lawless
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August 16, 2013
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B’More Creatives, a fellow Baltimore creative network, is once again putting on their Un-Company Picnic for creatives’ families, friends, and even pets. This event is sure to be a hit of the season. It’s not to be missed! Make sure to register soon.

The 2nd Annual Un-Company Picnic flyer

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