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Collective Dinner Party-Planning, Made Easy

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Have you ever wished that throwing a dinner party was a little easier and less expensive? And that you could host parties about twice as often as you do? Zokos, a brand-new startup, has stream-lined the party-planning process in a way we've never before experienced. The website allows guests to collaborate on the party costs beforehand using Paypal, so when the day of the party arrives, your expenses are covered, and everyone can have a stress-free good time together. Think of it as Kickstarter for dinner parties.

The system is ideal if you're thinking about hosting a fundraiser, supper club, potluck, or even if you just plain like to cook big, beautiful meals for friends. You create a budget and a guest list, and Zokos does the rest of the work. In the words of the site's creators, "When we all chip in, the people who love hosting can throw nicer parties—and they can do it more often."

Give it a try and plan your first party here.

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over 1 year ago Doni

Thanks for this info. It can really help my business. This ideas can really help me to establish my business, with this I can easily obtained more money. Thank you very much!
Kado Ulang Tahun

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over 1 year ago Doni

Thanks for this info. It can really help my business. This ideas can really help me to establish my business, with this I can easily obtained more money. Thank you very much!
Kado Ulang Tahun

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over 2 years ago AntoniaJames

AntoniaJames is a trusted source on Bread/Baking.

And it's an interesting thread, indeed. ;o)

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over 2 years ago hardlikearmour

hardlikearmour is a trusted home cook.

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