NETFLIX FIRST EVER “STREAM UP” IN SAN DIEGO

Hey, San Diego! Here's your chance to find that movie-compatible partner. Do folks who like comedy flicks fall for action afficionados? Netflix will be heading to Little Italy next week to see if movies work as a matchmaking device. After all, the traditional first date is dinner and a movie, right? 

This event is FREE, but to get on the guest list you MUST answer a short quiz on Facebook http://bit.ly/ntfxapp

NETFLIX DEBUTS FIRST EVER “STREAM UP” EVENT IN LITTLE ITALY
WHERE MOVIE TASTES COULD DETERMINE ROMANTIC
INTERESTS AND MORE
ON AUGUST 26

Wine Is Poured, Movies Are Streamed and Conversations Are Flowing As Hopefuls Aim To Make A Love Connection At An Event Designed To Bring Like-Minded Movie Lovers Together

Netflix hosts the first-ever “Stream Up” event – a uniquely movie-themed setting for movie lovers looking to make a love connection based on their cinematic tastes. 
 
Drama die-hards, romantic comedy junkies and thriller chasers will enjoy free food and drinks, as they meet other like minded movie lovers.  There will be an opportunity to instantly watch the favorite scenes from the films they selected as the best representation of their movie taste.  The movies (“Bottle Shock,” “When Harry Met Sally” and “Memento”) were selected from a quiz on the Netflix Facebook page.
 
WHEN:          Thursday, August 26, 2010 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
 
WHERE:       Mixture (Design Studio)  2210 Kettner Blvd. Between West Ivy and West Juniper Streets, San Diego, CA 92101

TICKETS:      To reserve a spot on our guest list and be granted admission to the event, take our movie quiz to discover your own Netflix movie personality (mandatory for entry): http://bit.ly/ntfxapp. The event is completely free but space is limited so be sure to RSVP!

Find us on Facebook:  http://bit.ly/streamup

When you arrive, don’t forget to check-in on Foursquare (location “Netflix Stream Up”), and be sure to use the event’s hashtag in all of your tweets: #netflixstreamup. 

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