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What You Need To Know About "I Know Write Manila"

Calling all the young bloggers out there, this event is for you!

Blogging is becoming increasingly popular that it became a craft on its own. Because of the multiple platforms available on the Internet, the blogger community is continually inflating. With the thought of building a more intimate blogging community in their mind, and extra amount of motivation and creativity in their veins, teen bloggers Jodie Alejaga, Arielle Guevara, and Nina Alvia  from Manila started I Know Write Manila.

Here's a quick interview we had with the young creatives behind the event:

What lead you to creating I Know Write MNL?
The three of us have been blog buddies for a while now and we've always wondered how cool it would be if we got to meet the rest of our blog friends face to face. We decided to take action instead of just having the dream, and here we are!

What is IKWR MNL?
I Know Write MNL is Manila's first ever blogger's meet up for the rapidly growing Manila teen blog scene! Proudly brought to you by the teens, and for the teens!

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What should the participants be excited about?
Three things:
1. Food (You know you can't resist that!)
2. Our guest speaker, Arriane Serafico of Wanderrgirl.com 
3. A whole new group of friends! (A blog barkada! How about that?)

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Details about IKWR MNL (payment, date, venue, etc):
I Know Write MNL will be held on Saturday, February 22, 2014 at Kuppa Roastery & Cafe, Bonifacio Global City at 2:00 - 4:00 PM. Registration fee + merienda is P300

We are limited to 20 slots only, so register now at: http://bit.ly/1dSwLmt

A message to your fellow young creatives:
If you've got a dream, go for it! Don't let people say you're too young to do anything. Break boundaries and take action! Show the world you've got a special something in you!

Read more about I Know Write MNL on their blog and follow their updates on Twitter.

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