Night Market Party: a Vayable success.

We had a BLAST with all the amazing folks who came out to our community marketplace party in SOMA, San Francisco last night!  We were deeply inspired by all the sharing, caring, drinking and dancing that took place.

It was certainly a night full of surprises.

We had guest appearances by a fortune teller, fire dancer and a belly dancer.  Other hightlights included delicious waffles sponsored by our friends at Airbnb, beers delivered on romote control trucks, provided by our carpooling comrades at Zimride, a hook-up tent pitched by our buddies at SnapGoods and a Tesla smack in the middle of the dance floor, provided by our friends at Getaround.

The best part of the night? Hanging with awesome Vayable guides, Evan, Gabe and Rob (who came with kickass homemade Vayable sweatshirts–thanks, Rob!!)

Enjoy a video of the lovely people from Vayable and Airbnb going nuts in the Airbnb bouncy house.

 

…and the Getaround Tesla arriving in style.

 

A special thanks to our fellow community marketplace friends for helping us host a memorable night!

Airbnb.com (Accommodations), BranchOut.com (Career Networking), Crave.com (Collectibles), Crowdflower.com (Labor-on-Demand), Getaround.com (Car Sharing), SocialCam.com (Video sharing), Loosecubes.com (Offices), MindSnacks.com (Educational Apps), NeighborGoods (stuff), RentCycle.com (Rentals), Snapgoods.com (Gear & Gadgets),Taskrabbit.com (Jobs & Tasks), ThredUp.com (Kids Clothes), Thumbtack.com (Local Service), Vayable.com (Experiences), Zimride.com (Ride Sharing)

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