- n. A social gathering primarily for purposes of networking.
- n. A method of contact between a service provider, such as a hotel collection service, or car hire provider, and the arriving client at an airport or railway station. Usually involving the display of a board with the client's name written on it.
“But she also bristled at the notion that the force's so-called meet-and-greet strategy was misguided.”
“Stephanie Merry: Ooh, the old parents meet-and-greet.”
“Part motivational speech, part meet-and-greet, Gen. Amos's visit with Okinawa-based Marines was his first stop in the western Pacific since he became commandant at the end of October.”
“Grace Elizabeth Sands, 12, met Mr. Bieber at a meet-and-greet before the party.”
“Mr. Plummer's bandmate, James Mercer, said during a meet-and-greet before the eBay event that the Shins agreed to the gig because "it's such a big and good, reputable company.”
“Steps leading to a grim day in ArizonaLoughner exhibited increasingly bizarre behavior in the year before the Jan. 8 shooting at a political meet-and-greet with Giffords, an Arizona Democrat.”
“Leslie Knope's Pawnee City Council campaign lands in the gutter tonight on Parks and Recreation when she stages a meet-and-greet that turns into a giant alley-oops 8:30/7:30c, NBC.”
“It's an old meet-and-greet handshake that goes just so far and is so unnecessarily elaborate.”
“The letter was released Thursday Jan. 13, a day after President Obama led a memorial service for the six people killed and nearly two dozen wounded by a gunman at a Tucson meet-and-greet for Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, D-Ariz.”
“The third-grader was one of six people shot Saturday when a gunman opened fire at a meet-and-greet event for Democratic Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, who was shot through the head but survived.”
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