Social Boston Sports: Welcome Wednesday

Jay Peak Group January 2013

Meet Welcome Wednesdays! In the spirit of living life to the fullest, SBS is going to one of their favorite watering holes with you and 30, 40, 50, or more SBS-ers!

Free event tomorrow @! Come grab a drink and meet some new people! Info: http://t.co/d9IIAfuZNR

SBS does more than you might think.  They manage great soccer, volleyball, and softball leagues, but did you know they also strive to concoct new ways of having fun that people couldn’t do on their own?  SBS has Learn to Sail and Learn to Row classes in the summer, Whisky and Wine tastings, White Water Rafting, and Slope Side Condo rentals for ski-trips!

Come to meet some great people, learn more about SBS and/or just to grab a drink!

Cost: FREE!
Date: Wednesday, March 13th
Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Where: Bleacher Bar

Sports Department, They Love Boston, Things to Do

He Loves Boston: Q+A with Social Boston Sport’s [SBS] Community Director Mike Springer

Mike Springer

A few weeks ago I attended my very first Social Boston Sports event. I was delighted to meet Mike Springer, the Community Manager of SBS.  Find out Why He Loves Boston and about the awesome company he works for! If you want to try table tennis, I highly recommend a ping pong paddles to optimized your game.

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Back Bay, Neighborhoods, Quickly Around Town, Things to Do, We Love Drinks

Social Boston Sports Says Wine Drinking is a Sport

This was my first experience with an event put on by Social Boston Sports (SBS), and I had a fantastic time! My two girlfriends and I decided to check out a Wine Tasting at Back Bay Social Club last Wednesday sponsored by SBS. I have been to other wine tastings in the past, resulting with me only liking maybe one or two of the wines, but at the SBS event, I loved all the fantastic wines they chose!

My friend Stacy remarked that, “I really enjoyed learning about each wine in a comfortable, social atmosphere with other people my age.”

I agree with her completely. The event was not pretentious or formal. This format was great for me because I love wine and wanted to learn about it, but don’t like “foodies” ruining tasting experiences for me.

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