Raleigh-based Offline Media has raised $500,000 from investors as it continues to expand its offerings of curated content for events and other lifestyle experiences.

The company’s founders are graduates of The Startup Factory in 2012.

Offline disclosed the fundraiser in a securities filing on Monday.

The funding came in the form of debt with eight investors participating.

Backers include iContact co-founder Ryan Allis.

Offline describes itself as a “technology platform that gives people instant access to the best events and experiences in their city, curated daily. Our mission is to help people fall in love with their city and their life. Using proprietary technology and a human touch, we identify the best things to do in a city, editorialize them, and deliver them to our users’ pockets faster than any company in the world. With 100% of our audience visiting Offline to decide how to spend their time and money, we can create beautiful and highly-effective campaigns for our advertising partners that reach consumers at the moment of decision and drive ROI [return on investment.]”

Offline markets include the Triangle/Raleigh, Charlotte and Nashville.

Other investors in Offline include Michael Holt, who served as senior vice president of sales at Angie’s List, and O2 Fitness owner and serial investor Michael Olander Jr., as well as former eTix CEO Joe Kustelski and angel investor Bill Spruill.

Offline raised $700.769 in equity capital in April of this year.