Here it is: The most descriptive business awning in the beautiful borough of Queens–Club SANM. It looks a little run down from the street, but on the inside, it’s completely decked out as a local events center. Families? Come on down with the kids. Party people? Get your dance moves on. Multicultural shindig? Anybody is welcome to host a day or night of fun in one of the most diverse spots on the globe. When I originally stumbled upon this a few years back I posted a pic to twitter, and lo and behold, the talented comedian and actress Kim Wayans retweeted it. Now that’s what I call social media synergy!
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