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Introducing Square Pop-ups — and Other Events Coming to a City Near You

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We love being out in the community. It gives us a chance to get to know sellers — and explain how Square’s tools can help you run your business.

So we’re beyond excited to announce our Square Pop-ups City Tour, a series of interactive events designed to teach you how Square’s tools can help you streamline your operations top to bottom. They’re also a great opportunity to network with fellow entrepreneurs in your city. We’re kicking things off October 5 in Chicago and then heading to Austin (November 2), Los Angeles (December 17), and Miami (early next year).

Square Pop-ups will feature classes and workshops on everything from business analytics to invoicing to the EMV liability shift. You’ll also have the opportunity to schedule one-on-one time with a Square representative for specific questions related to your business.

You can sign up for Square Pop-ups here.

Here’s where else you can catch us (or see Square in action) over the next few weeks:

Strange Folk Fest:

When: September 26-27

Where: Union Station, St. Louis

What: Strange Folk Fest — now in its 10th year — heads to St. Louis on September 26 and 27. The festival, which is expected to draw nearly 60,000 attendees, features over 200 next-wave small businesses, many of which will be using Square this year. Stop by to shop a dazzling array of crafts, listen to music, and eat some amazing food.

Mad Decent Block Party 2015:

When: September 26

Where: Hawthorne Race Course in Cicero, Illinois

What: Square will be onsite at the final stop of America’s biggest block party, Mad Decent. The event, which showcases global pop and dance music, features big-time musicians like Major Lazer, Grandtheft, Martin Solveig, and Klingande. We’ll see you there.

What: AAA 400 at Dover International Speedway:

When: October 2-4

Where: Dover International Speedway, Dover

What: Square is the official and exclusive mobile payment processor for Fall NASCAR Event Weekend at the famous Monster Mile. Whether you’re coming out to see the race, hang out at the Monster Fun Zone, or simply enjoy a cold one, you can leave your cash at home and pay with your card at all vendors at the raceway.