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TomboyX Launch Party, Marination ma kai, Alki, Seattle, WA
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TomboyX founders, team members and Kickstarter pledges gather on the patio at Marination ma kai on the Alki waterfront for a launch party to preview their fall clothing collection. Everyone is waiting for Fran to introduce singer-songwriter Catie Curtis, who will perform some of her hits, including ‘My Shirt Looks Good on You’.

Copyright: Bill edwards
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Uploaded: 09/07/2013
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Tags: washington; seattle; west seattle; marination; tomboy; tomboyx; tomboy exchange; alki
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