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Calling all Jewish singles to the 26th annual MatzoBall

Returning to Philadelphia on December 24, the 26th Annual MatzoBall is the nation's first and largest Jewish-singles event and has been dubbed the "Nation's No. 1 Holiday Party" by USA Today.

Calling all Jewish singles to the 26th annual MatzoBall

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Returning to Philadelphia on December 24, the 26th Annual MatzoBall is the nation’s first and largest Jewish-singles event and has been dubbed “The Nation's No. 1 Holiday Party” by USA Today.

Upholding its tradition, the acclaimed MatzoBall is back with its unrivaled in-person networking and matchmaking affairs. The Society of Young Jewish Professionals and JDate are set to host the 26th Annual MatzoBall on Monday, December 24, 2012 starting at 9 p.m. at Philadelphia’s G-Lounge. Tickets are available for advanced purchase online at www.matzoball.org or at the door – cash only for $30.

A holiday in its own right, the 26th Annual MatzoBall promises to deliver a night of high-energy, networking and matchmaking for singles ages 21-49 in New York City, Boston, Washington D.C., Delray Beach, Miami, Ft. Lauderdale and Philadelphia. Philadelphia’s G-Lounge invites revelers to join thousands to mix and mingle in true holiday spirit. The DJ will spin a mix of the best '80s and '90s with today’s hits.

Where: G-Lounge: 111 South 17th Street Philadelphia, PA 19103

When: Monday, December 24 from 9 p.m.-2 a.m.

Cost: $30 online: matzoball.org and at the door-cash only

More Information: www.matzoball.org

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