Paoli-based Turn5 held the 6th Annual Philly Tech Dinner
On Wednesday, July 11, Paoli-based Turn5 held the 6th Annual Philly Tech Dinner, a networking event for a large group of the city’s tech entrepreneurs and investors. The dinner was founded by
Paul Martino, managing partner at Bullpen Capital; Chris Fralic, a partner at First Round; and Wayne Kimmel, managing partner at SeventySix Capital, who identified a need for a more formalized gathering after having run-ins and conversations on the go on Amtrak or at the airport. At the event, New York-based performance artist duo the Bumby’s, were onsite to judge the appearance of guests in a hilarious manner – using complete silence and typewriters.
Guest enjoyed interacting with The Bumbys, New York-based performance artist duo who were onsite to judge the appearance of guests in a hilarious manner – using complete silence and typewriters.
Turn5 hosted this year’s event, in their open-air Café guest had the chance to network, and have a little fun by taking advantage their bowling alley, golf simulator, and the full bar.
The event organizers, Chris Fralic, Wayne Kimmel & Paul Martino, alongside Turn5 founders Steve and Andrew Voudouris, take a moment to speak to the guest and thank everyone for attending the 6th Annual Philly Tech Dinner.
Guest mingle throughout the space to network with industry professionals.
Taking advantage of the weather, guests spent time outside on Turn5’s outdoor patio to play baggo.
Some of the guest trying out their skills on Turn5’s full-size bowling alley.
Starting out a business in their parents’ basement more than 15 years ago, co-founding brothers Steve Voudouris and Andrew Voudouris now run a thriving business at the forefront of the aftermarket auto retail industry. They are dedicated and committed entrepreneurs. Providing excellent customer service and an incredible shopping experience are their main objectives, which have allowed AmericanMuscle and ExtremeTerrain to flourish as well and as quickly as they have over the years.