You love Ed, and Ed loves you right back. To celebrate Valentine’s Day, Ed’s raffling off the chance to win a coveted one-on-one meeting with Elle editor-in-chief Roberta Myers.
Join Ed on Tuesday, February 19 from 7-9 p.m. at The Archive (12 E. 36th St.) for a night of networking, candy-eating (let’s be real, it wouldn’t be Valentine’s Day sans chocolate!) and a chance to score face time with Elle’s top editor.
There will be plenty of drinks specials to be had, too: $5 pints, $6 wine, and $6 well drinks.
Bonus: enter the raffle and you’ll nab some major career karma. All the proceeds from the EIC raffle go straight to Ed’s Trust Fund, where he doles out cash to a few lucky unpaid magazine interns.
So, won’t you be Ed’s valentine and join him for happy hour?
FINE PRINT: In order to win a “Chat with an EIC,” a one-on-one meeting with an editor in chief, you must buy a raffle ticket. Ticket sales will only be accepted by junior-level editors and recent graduates (defined as two years from your undergraduate or graduate school graduation date). Tickets can be purchased at the Ed2010 happy hour at The Archive between 7 p.m. and 8:29 p.m. Tickets are $3 at the event. No one person can buy more than 10 tickets to the raffle. On each ticket, you must write your full name, job title (if not employed, say “unemployed”) and email address. The winner will be drawn at random at the Ed2010 Happy Hour at The Archive on February 19th at 8:30 p.m. Tickets that are incomplete and job title or graduation date is not indicated will NOT be entered into the raffle. You do not have to be present to win; we will contact you via your e-mail address. If you do not respond within 7 days to the e-mail announcing that you won, another winner will be drawn at random in your place. Ed2010 will send out an introductory e-mail to you and the EIC, and exchange contact information, but will not make scheduling arrangements—that is the winner’s responsibility. Meetings are valid for 6 months after winning. In case of unforeseen circumstances, Ed2010 reserves the right to substitute the EIC with whom the winner will meet. (But, seriously, that’s not going to happen. Roberta is on board! We just have to cover our butts.)