Party your apps off with Lookout on eve of Google I/O 2013 (WIN A FREE TICKET!)


Lookout’s annual kickoff party for Google I/O is barely two weeks away and we’re getting super stoked.


Headed to San Francisco later this month to get in your annual dose of Google I/O?  Awesome! Why not get things started a little early with the Lookout team at their third annual Party Your Apps Off event?  As in year’s past there will be food, unlimited drinks, awesome people, and giveaways!  The party goes down on May 14 and will be one of the pre-Google I/O hotspots you should be attending.

To help provide a little bit of incentive to show up, we’ve got 10 tickets to get you in the door.  Why pay for a ticket when we can get you on the list?  The best part is that each of these ten tickets includes a “plus one”, so that’s 20 spots.

  • When: Tuesday, May 14 at 7:30 pm
  • Where: Terra Gallery, 511 Harrison Street, San Francisco, CA
  • What: Lookout’s annual Google I/O kickoff party. Drinks will start flowing at 7:30 pm at Terra Gallery in San Francisco and we’ll have tasty food and awesome entertainment. Free giveaways for the first 200 who show up at the door (arrive early: we had a line around the block last year!). *Please not that this event is 21 and over.

Shmooze Us and win!

How do you enter to win a ticket? That’s easy!  You just need to inflate our egos a bit.  Tell us how much you love Lookout and AndroidGuys in the comments below and we’ll choose from there. We’ll draw the winners on Friday, May 3 and notify Lookout as to who gets in from the AndroidGuys list.

Winners: Alex Ashak, wyldtek, Martin Horsfield, Jennie Tran, Joshua Barta, Jorge Deolarte, Stephen Nelson, victorjake, Scott Castillo, gary carmona

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