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Registration Open for CenPhoCamp (No Tent Required)

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Is it just us or are the "unconference," social media networking, meet and greet (with people you probably already know, or have at least shared a wifi-connection with)-type events taking over every hip bar and coffee shop in downtown Phoenix?

Maybe it's just that time of year.

Add Cen­Pho­Camp to your moleskin as another event to see and be seen in the next few weeks. The event's in its second year and "exists to teach greater down­town Phoenix busi­nesses how to thrive in the new econ­omy." You can expect to see Kirk Yunke of ABC 15, Bill Binder of Torch Theater, Jonathan Kressaty of RipStyles and Betwext, to name a few.

The event is free to anyone (you just have to register).

More details after the jump ...

Like any good event with a good number of hip downtowners, it's a pot-luck. Bring a lunch or two and at least something to munch on -- you'll need it after the elevator ride up to the event in the Cronkite School at the downtown ASU campus. Trust us.

The "unconference" will run from 1 to 4:30 p.m., when the party moves to the District for appetizers. For more info on speakers, location, and registration, visit the CenPhoCamp website.

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