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Friday, August 26, 2005

1st BAR REVIEW...L.I.T. promotions is Back!

L.I.T. Promotions
Cordially invites you to the Year’s first Bar Review.
At E-Street Alley
Friday August 26th
Mention you are with USD to get in for only $5 before 12am.
Drink specials all night in the Blue room $2 Wells and $2 domestics

This event will be a celebration of the bringing together of the newest members of USD and a welcome back to our returning students and friends.
Open till 4 AM.
Located in the Historic Lawyers Block Building at 919 Fourth Ave. San Diego, CA 92101.
E- Street is one of San Diego’s largest clubs (19.000 square feet) and features Chino, a full-service dining/catering restaurant with a sushi bar; the plush Blue Room lounge; and Club E, a high-energy dance club.

A Cali-J endorsed event…jot that down!

2 comments:

Maria Elisa said...

Isn't this technically the second Bar Review event? What was last Friday if it wasn't a Bar Review welcome event?

aarond said...

Law students always a smart ass among the bunch...last week was an event for 1Ls to which anyone else who wanted to attend could attend...Bar Review: Is for everyone and is not limited to 1Ls so this is the first BAR REVIEW. Never question the word of a L.I.T. man!

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