Web Site Takes Party Details Online

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Lifestyle management Web site MyEvents.com yesterday announced the launch of its Event Planner, a free online service that helps organizers create Internet invitations and electronically collect any fees associated with an event.


Invitations will be able to include driving instructions, updated weather reports and party fees. With the service, organizers can also create an online bank to bill invitees for expenses such as tickets, food and beverages. MyEvents.com, San Francisco, says the program will further enhance their community of users, who often congregate online as clubs.
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