'Little Black Dress Club' Launch Party at Eyebar

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Friday, January 30, 2009 from 6:30 to 9:30 PM: The Little Black Dress Club (http://www.lbdclub.com) and Eyebar invite women to the launch party celebrating the premiere of the women's social networking club, based in Washington, D.C. The event will feature $5 glasses of Chandon Champagne and $7 Little Black Dress Cocktails (Champagne, Chambord, and Crème de Cacao), courtesy of Moet & Chandon.

On the site, women can create events so if they've found a cooking class they want to take and are looking for someone to go along, they can post the event and find someone.

Celebrate the launch and cocktail premiere of the Little Black Dress Club!

Friday, January 30, 2009 from 6:30 to 9:30 PM: The Little Black Dress Club (http://www.lbdclub.com) and Eyebar invite women to the launch party celebrating the premiere of the women's social networking club, based in Washington, D.C. The event will feature $5 glasses of Chandon Champagne and $7 Little Black Dress Cocktails (Champagne, Chambord, and Crème de Cacao), courtesy of Moet & Chandon. The Little Black Dress Club was named for the wardrobe staple because the club, like the dress, is "whatever you need it to be," said CEO Christine Zellers. "We attract women of all types. Some of us are divers, skiers, rock climbers, others of us are fashionistas and love going out for nice dinners and happy hours."

The club is an easy way for women to get connected to one another for advice, camaraderie, or for the purposes of going out or taking a trip. "It [The Club] creates a community of women. We want to create a situation where women can easily find other women with whom to have fun," Zellers said. The Club's members are in a variety of life stages -- single, new in town and looking to socialize, married and wanting to get out of the house for a "girls' night out," and everything in between. The group allows members to create their own events so they can tap into a network of women and make new friends. Additionally, women can come online and discuss women's issues such as men, dating, dieting, and travel. "On the site, women can create events so if they've found a cooking class they want to take and are looking for someone to go along, they can post the event and find someone."

The website intends to make communication between members faster and easier, as well as provide information about different events for women in the area. The club is very diverse in its activities which range from inexpensive happy hours, to celebrating Restaurant Week, to promoting women's charities, to adventure travel.

About Eyebar
Eyebar is a beautifully designed two-level lounge, featuring beautiful lighting, spacious seating, and a warm, inviting vibe. The entire venue was renovated in August 2008, and will be debuting its open-air rooftop lounge in early 2009. For more info, and to view pictures go to http://www.eyebardc.com.

About the Little Black Dress Club
The Little Black Dress Club is a group of adventurous and interesting women, ranging in age from 20s to 50s, who want to make new friends and have fun together. Members can host their own events so "there's always someone to share an occasion." Please visit http://www.lbdclub.com to sign up and see our upcoming events.

Launch Party Details
Date and Time: January 30, 2009 6:30-9:30 PM
Location: Eyebar , 1716 I St NW, Washington, DC
Metro Access: Farragut West and Farragut North

Incentives:
· $5 glasses of Chandon Champagne and $7 Little Black Dress Cocktails for registered members (new members may sign up the night of the event or on the website - htttp://http://www.lbdclub.com)
· Additional specials: $3 beer, $4 wine and rail drinks, $5 mixed drinks, $6 martinis
· Gift bags for the first 50 attendees registered on http://www.lbdclub.com
Cost: FREE

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