BREVARD, NC – New resident of Brevard, NC, Michael Trufant, today launched an online social website designed to bring Brevard closer as a community. The website, www.brevardfriends.com, is using the popular Meetup.com (see below) platform.
“Brevard, NC is a great community with richness in its geography, community, and especially its people.” Said Trufant, who designed the site. “Brevardfriends.com creates a new online central place for neighbors and friends to actively meet, play, learn, grow and explore our area…together. As a new resident, this will be by far a great new way to meet new people from our area.”
People who live in/near Brevard sign up (membership is free and no obligation) and create, or attend events, other members create on the website. “This is a website for everyone.” Declared Trufant. “Students, seniors, singles, couples, families, or groups.” Events may include movie nights, hikes, photography, canoeing/kayaking, dining, shopping, picnics, singles mixers, church outings, going to festivals and events as a smaller group, etc. It has no limits.
People like to do things, but they may not want to do them alone, or may like being part of a group. Brevardfriends.com creates a place for Brevard to “Get Together”.
Local businesses can sponsor our group and offer “perks” (discounts or freebies) on our site to gain visibility with our members, support this effort, and help grow the newest social innovation to come to our area. (Info@brevardfriends.com)
“Brevard looks great to me as a new resident.” Added Trufant. “What a fun way to meet folks in Brevard through brevardfriends.com! I encourage everyone to visit the website and join our community-wide group.
About BrevardFriends.com. Brevardfriends.com is not an official community website, is not connected to any governmental entity. It is a private, personal effort to get to know more folks in town. Twitter: www.twitter.com/brevardfriends.
About Meetup.com. Meetup is the world's largest network of local groups. Meetup makes it easy for anyone to organize a local group or find one of the thousands already meeting up face-to-face. More than 2,000 groups get together in local communities each day, each one with the goal of improving themselves or their communities.
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