Austin Real Estate Agency Seeks Sponsors for SXSW Interactive 2013 Event

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Austin-based realty agency, Live Weird Realty, has recently confirmed that it will be hosting an event at the upcoming South by Southwest 2013 Festival in Austin, Texas.

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Live Weird Realty, a premiere real estate agency in Austin, TX, has confirmed that it will be hosting an event at the upcoming SXSW 2013 Festival; the event is scheduled to take place during the interactive portion of the festival on Sunday, March 10th.

The event will be held at the HandleBar on East 5th Street, a venue known for its old school vibe and extensive local beer selection. An outdoor deck area upstairs offers games for further entertainment along with unbeatable views of the city’s nightlife. The event will feature live music and free drinks will be available to attendees with an RSVP.

Live Weird Realty is currently seeking sponsors for the event. Sponsorship packages are available that accommodate all price ranges, and at least 50% of sponsorship funds will be earmarked for promotion of the event, with the remainder going towards the event itself. If you are interested in sponsoring this event or have any inquiries, please contact Erik Diehl by phone at 512-476-7368 or email at erik(at)liveweirdrealty(dot)com.


Live Weird Realty is a leading real estate agency in Austin, Texas, that specializes in locating unique apartments and homes that fit an individual’s personality and interests. Whether you’re looking to rent a downtown loft or buy a house in South Austin, the licensed agents at Live Weird Realty can help you find exactly what you’re looking for at the best rate possible.

Live Weird serves all neighborhoods in Austin and the surrounding areas, including Bastrop, Buda, Cedar Park, Dripping Springs, Fredericksburg, Georgetown, Hutto, Lago Vista, Lakeway, Marble Falls, New Braunfels, Pflugerville, Round Rock, San Marcos and many more.

Live Weird Realty
201 E. 5th Street, Suite 109
Austin, Texas 78701

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