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I’m really fucking slammed this week so I unfortunately have to cut and past the info into this post, but fuck it, you really only care about the FREE booze anyways. Right? Alright I’ll get on with it then. All this info is from their FB invite.

To kick off a new partnership with San Francisco’s edgiest electronics store, DijtialFix, Moshi is hosting a trunk show in the Mission.

We’ll be demoing our full lineup of design-driven electronics and accessories, from premium earbuds to the sleekest iPhone and Android cases around.

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Stop by after work for a free happy hour with drinks by Drambuie, beats by J Boogie and Moshi gear. Donations benefit LEAP Arts and Education, a nonprofit enhancing creativity in the classroom.

Founded in 2006 in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, DijitalFix recently opened its doors in SF to spread good taste in fashion, design and electronics.

We couldn’t think of a better fit.

Have fun kiddos!

The Moshi Trunk Show
Friday 6/28
6-9pm
820 Valencia St. @ 19th St.
[The Mission]
FREE Booze!

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