Local Company to Host Pre-RNC Scavenger Crawl in July

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The fast-growing local tech company inTouch Smart City claims to provide the "Ultimate Visitor’s Guide to Cleveland." In keeping with that philosophy, the company and its friends at the local tech company Wheedle will host a pre-RNC + CLE Scavenger Crawl at 2 p.m. on July 9. The event will take place in the newly renovated Public Square. 

“This lends the perfect opportunity to help familiarize participants and media with some of the city's trendiest and most beloved social scenes and city landmarks," says inTouch CEO Alex Bernot in a press release. "One of our biggest strengths is the pride we take in our city. We have the attention of the entire political world and beyond, we need to show it off.”



Participants will utilize the inTouch Smart City mobile application in order to receive and solve clues. The clues will take them to downtown locations while offering up drink discounts at local bars and restaurants along the way.  

Registration costs $10 for individuals, $30 for a team of four people. Cash and other prizes will be awarded to the winners. The event's after party will begin at 7 p.m. at Barley House.



For additional information about registration, locations, and terms and conditions, go to intouchcleveland.com/city-scavenger- crawl/.

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