Or, do you just want to kick it, hang out and watch the fun as people unveil creative slide decks to sing praises of their eligible single friends? The Seattle Times is teaming up with youshoulddate. Find more information about the event on Facebookor read about how the PowerPoint pitches work here.
The event is free, but you need to register ahead to access the zoom link. You can help vote for the best presenter, and anyone who votes will also be entered in our raffle to win a gift card!
Each person will have 3 minutes to present their PowerPoint about their single friend via screen share. You will be notified shortly after if your pitch is accepted. A: Not quite— due to time restraints, we can only select a limited of pitches for this event.
We will be in touch shortly after you apply. A : Our application asks for a one-slide outline.
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This is a great chance to show us the overall vibe and style of your pitch, and we look for outlines that are fun, creative, and interesting. We ultimately aim to select a lineup that is diverse and inclusive.
A: We welcome and encourage pitches about your friends of any sexual orientation! We promise to build a diverse lineup.
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