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Meet&Greet With The BCH-Proud Bisaya, Is It Possible?
I've just had a conversation recently with @Kain_niaK, a BCH supporter and creator of sBUSD. Sorry, Kain, I have no other information about you since we've just met on TG. HEHE.
So Kain is our latest addition to the Club1BCH family. I'm sure most of you have seen him on noise or other TG groups if you're active on airdrops. And since I have nothing much to say about him, let's proceed to the main topic.
In our convo, he mentioned that he is planning to travel to the Philippines this year. Not just to spend a week off but also to organize a big noise meet-up in Cebu City. He also wants to help get more remittances going between expat communities and the Philippines.
One of his goals, by the way, is to meet more active people on both read and noise and promote these platforms to the new prospects. Why not, right? The more users we onboard on these platforms, the better. But since it's too early to get excited about his plans, I come up with a simple version of a meet-up that involves a small group in the future.
I mean, Cebu is just around the corner for me and is a perfect place for a meet-up. So if ever I'm in the mood to travel or I can travel, I can just go to Cebu any time I want for as long as it's safe and with fewer restrictions from the local government. Since I have a channel called Proud Bisaya or those who speak the Cebuano dialect, I can guarantee that there would be at least 2 users to show up during the first meet-up.
Well, @Glez and @Judith1969 are both from Cebu. I've known Glez for months while sis Judith, I'd say more or less 2 years now. Aside from these two ladies, I also have a feeling that @GlenCanete will join the meet-up if ever I'll invite him as he just lives in the city. As I've said, I only want a small group first with people that I can definitely trust, and these 3 are my go-to fellas to meet.
Again, this is just a plan yet. I don't know when, but what I am certain of is that it is 99% possible that we can have our first meet and greet in Cebu City with the BCH-Proud Bisaya Chapter. Now, since there's no harm in planning, I urge everyone to participate in our Mini Survey here.
In the survey, you will be asked to answer 4 easy questions. Check out the images below:
Just in case, we have foreigners living in the country. I mean this meet-up, either my version or Kain's, is not just for Filipinos, that even foreigners can join if there's any.
This is to see how many female or male users will be joining, if ever.
You might be wondering why I even included Mindanao or Luzon. Well, the world is full of possibilities, so who knows someone from either of these two will decide to join the meet-up in the future.
Lastly, the final question. Is it a yes or a no? Is it possible for a meet and greet with the active people from noise and read?
So yeah, these are just our questions that you should answer. There's no time limit, by the way, so if you are undecided, you can just fill this up when you're ready. LOL. Seriously, what's the wait? This is just a survey, so a no-brainer is needed here.
Since this is just a plan, we don't have to plan a lot of stuff yet. Let's just focus on the survey first and discuss the other important things in the future. But if you were going to ask me about this Meet & Greet, I'm up for this. I would love to meet my friends here whom I have talked to for quite a long time now.
Let me know what you think about it, though. Do you think it is possible to do a meet-up?