Mobile Nations' own CrackBerry Kevin and Bla1ze will be on hand to meet up with fans to celebrate 10 years of CrackBerry at meetups throughout December. If you have a special place in your heart for BlackBerry, or have been a CrackBerry reader over the years, this is your chance to meet and reminisce with other fans.
The Canadian tour is set to kick off in Vancouver, and move on to Calgary, Montreal, Toronto, and Kitchener/Waterloo from December 4 through December 8. It's clear already that these events are going to be packed, so head on over to CrackBerry to RSVP for the Canadian tour now.
Whether you're a former BlackBerry user nostalgic for the good ol' days, a new KEYone user, or you're considering a switch to Android on BlackBerry, this is a can't-miss opportunity to see the latest and greatest devices, connect with like-minded geeks, meet CrackBerry Kevin and, of course, eat and drink lots of good stuff.
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