Social Media Club Charleston holding second meet-up

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The Lowcountry's new group of social media enthusiasts are holding their second gathering, this time its a meet-up at Taco Boy Downtown.

Here's all about Social Media Club Charleston's meet-up from an e-mailed release:

Fans of all things Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and more will gather at the second meeting of the new Social Media Club Charleston, a free organization that brings together diverse groups of people to learn and share about social media.

The event, scheduled for July 14, from 6-8 p.m. at Taco Boy, 217 Huger St, will offer locals a chance to network and discuss social media while enjoying drinks and food from the popular downtown eatery.

Social Media Club Charleston held its first event, a panel discussion on the impact of social media on journalism, last month at the College of Charleston with over 50 participants. The event brought together journalists from local media, including the Post & Courier, Charleston Regional Business Journal, and The Digitel.

Social Media Club Charleston was started by locals with an interest in connecting with others in the Charleston community who share an interest in social media. Organizers include Jeff Webster of Rawle Murdy, Heather Solos of, Jared Smith of the College of Charleston, Nick Tompkins of Patriots Point, Chad Norman of Blackbaud, and Lyn Mettler of Step Ahead, Inc.

About Social Media Club
Social Media Club is an international organization whose aim is to share best practices, establish ethics and standards, and promote media literacy. The group brings together diverse groups of people who care about social media to discover, connect, share and learn. Membership is free, and there are currently 65 active chapters around the world. For more information about Social Media Club, visit For more information about Social Media Club Charleston, follow the #SMCCHS hashtag on Twitter or visit the Facebook group page at

You can optionally RSVP on the Facebook event page.