London, United Kingdom, (8th March, 2012) – CitySocialising, a website that enables people to make friends online and meet new people in their city, have launched new ‘CS Celebrates’ socials.
CS Celebrates is designed to bring international celebrations to the doorsteps of all of CitySocialising’s members. The leading socialising network believes that this is a great way to introduce members to new cuisine in a new restaurant, or encourage them to get involved in the celebration in a more traditional way.
From Chinese New Year to India’s Diwali, each month CitySocialising will be celebrating a different international holiday or festival. CitySocialising has already Celebrated Chinese New Year, Brazilian Carnival, and on 17th March intends to celebrate St Patrick’s Day in authentic Irish pubs.
Throughout 2012 CitySocialising will also be celebrating, amongst others, the Mexican holiday Cinco de Mayo; The Olympics; St George’s Day; American Independence Day; and the Japanese Bon Lanterns Festival.
“We want to celebrate the cultural diversity of the many members we have on our site this year, and offer current and new members alike a unique and enjoyable socialising experience,” commented Sanchita Saha CEO of CitySocialising. “Whether you are interested in learning about a completely new culture, or would prefer to celebrate your beliefs more traditionally with likeminded people, CS Celebrates socials are the perfect way to broaden your social and cultural horizons – and have a fantastic time while you’re at it!”
For more information on CitySocialising, please visit http://www.citysocialising.com.
CitySocialising is the UK’s leading socialising network for meeting new people, backed by PROfounders: the European VC fund set up by tech luminaries Brent Hoberman (Lastminute.com) and Michael Birch (Bebo.com). Pioneering the convergence of virtual and real world networking in the UK, CitySocialising enables young professionals to meet new people and new friends locally whilst exploring and enjoying their city’s social scene. Launched with R&D funding from the Princes Trust in 2007 with a site and service in London, the network has since developed a community of over 160,000 users, organising over 1000 socials a month across 50 cities in the UK; each overseen by a local Community Manager.
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