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DogeParty: Calling All Shibes

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         DogeParty: Calling All Shibes

Much Party.

When: Friday, April 4th, 2014 7:00pm-1:00am
Where: Meltdown Comics & Collectibles
7522 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, California 90046
Who: Shibes only
Admission: Free

Spelunk.in has decided to take the party to the west coast. This Friday, April 4th, Meltdown Comics & Collectibles will be hosting a one-of-a-kind DogeParty.

Yes, this is an actual party starting at 7:00pm and running to about 1:00am on the wonderful Sunset Boulevard. You can adopt-a-dog with doge because real shiba inus and cousins will be there thanks to two shiba inu rescue centers.

You can also vote for your favorite shibe for Best in Show. The proceeds of this will help the two local shiba inu rescues, Two Dog Farms and the Southern California Shiba Inu Rescue.

Meltdown Comics will also be accepting dogecoin for their products. Also forget about all the miners, because this party will feature a digging demonstration by Sebuh Honarchian, CEO of Infinite Solutions (sebuh.com).

The party will be live with music from DJ Headshot and Carl Schwenk. Let’s Be Frank will be serving up hot dogs and doge-treats from their truck.

So go get your doge on. It will be as the shibes say, such fun.

To the moon!



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