A Social Network For The Country Club Set—With A $9K Fee



By Stephen Montemayor, Twin Cities Business

“The country club, long a venue for the wealthy to socialize over golf and fine spirits, is going digital.

Netropolitan.club, an online country club that costs $9,000 to join, went live Tuesday, the brainchild of former Minnesota Philharmonic Orchestra conductor, James Touchi-Peters. Touchi-Peters said the idea emerged whenever he’d find himself out of town and not feeling like he could talk to someone with his interests.”

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  • http://petekane.ee/ Pete Kane

    I love that this idea was born out of the founders’ own frustration with socializing outside of his network. The concept sounds promising. I would encourage you to be familiar with the app.net story to avoid potential pitfalls of what works and doesn’t work for a paid, online social network.