Who are you?

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Hi, I’m Sara. It's a long story how I got started doing what I do (and sometimes it's even longer trying to explain it).

You can read more about where I came from and what I'm up to on my "Meet Sara" page.

Are you originally from Harrisburg?

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Technically, I was raised on the “west shore.” My parents are both from the Pittsburgh area and relocated here in 1977, therefore we bleed black and gold. I lived in Midtown Harrisburg for about 10 years when I returned to the area after college.

What services do you offer?

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I offer a wide range of services, including:

  • Event promotion
  • Social media sharing
  • Live-capturing of events
  • Social media analysis
  • Custom event creation and execution
  • Consulting services
  • Additional editorial and social media services

I'd love to learn more about your needs and discuss a possible partnership.

Through my work with Harrisburg-based GK Visual, I can also offer video services, from event recaps to commercials.

A variety of levels and options are available through my partnership programs, which are custom-designed to meet your needs and budget.

For more information, please use the form below to contact me:

But wait, I thought you ...

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Yes! I am one of the cofounders and organizers of Harrisburg Beer Week.

Yes! I also work part-time for GK Visual, a local photography and video production company.

Yes! It was with GK Visual that we coproduced the feature-length documentary, Brewed in the Burg, about our local craft beer community.

Yes! I am the host of GK Visual's award-winning web series, What's on Tap. I've interviewed notable local figures like Shea Quinn of The Luv Gods, Chef Qui Qui Mussarra of Mangia Qui/Suba/Rubicon, local artist Tara Chickey and more.

Yes! I wrote for PennLive (formerly The Patriot-News) for more than 13 years. I am no longer affiliated with PennLive.

Why do you do it?

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I believe the greater Harrisburg region is a unique area that has much more to offer than is often seen. The challenge is in getting the word out to the masses and reminding people to break from their usual routines and to try something new. Many of us are creatures of habit, and it’s easy to forget what else is out there. We have art, live music, sports, interesting food and drink - and much more.

Regarding the expansion of the blog, in particular, I want to provide fresh content and create a fuller experience for readers visiting my site. You can find out what’s new but also read an interview with a touring comedian or musician, get a DIY party idea and tips on what to drink or what to wear while doing it all.

What are SaraBozich.com Happy Hours?

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Since July 2011, SaraBozich.com hosts periodic Happy Hours at local bars and restaurants. It’s a simple way to perk up your work week, plus meet some new people or just hang with the ones you already know. You’ll also get great drink specials, free snacks and score some fun swag.

SaraBozich.com Happy Hours are free* and open to the public (though there’s often a perk for RSVPing).

Check out the Events page to see when the next #sbhh is happening.

*We also host occasional ticketed events, like the annual Booze Cruise, which is a consistent sell-out.

How do you choose where a Happy Hour is held?

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If you’re a local venue owner/manager interested in sponsoring the next SaraBozich.com Happy Hour or similar event, please contact me.

What’s going on this weekend?

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You can get the lowdown on events each Thursday morning in my Weekend Roundup. It lists events for Thursday through Sunday. Sometimes additional days or posts are added for holidays.

I also feature a September Preview for the big fall events each year, as well as an annual list of which bars and restaurants are open on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day in and around Harrisburg.

How can I get my event listed in your Weekend Roundup?

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You can send me your event through this handy upload link. Or, email me the event information with as much detail as possible no later than the Tuesday before your event. A corresponding website or Facebook page also is helpful, as my listings are hyperlinked when possible.

Can you give away my tickets/gift cards on your blog?

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Giveaways are a great way to promote your event or venue! While I typically offer these as part of a package, I'm happy to make time to discuss your needs.

Please use this form to contact me for more information: