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VIP Ticket Packages at the U.S. Open

Every year in late August, nearly 700,000 fans descend upon Flushing, Queens, to spend two weeks enjoying one of New York City’s largest drawing sporting events, the U.S. Open Tennis Championships. This massive influx of fans assures that the U.S. Open as a tough ticket to get, with later sessions selling out almost immediately and a predominance of other sought-after matches going to Full Series Ticket Subscribers. While getting tickets can be a challenging, planning a trip to the U.S. Open can
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Client Entertainment at Red Bull Arena

Red Bull Arena, home to the New York Red Bulls, is widely considered the premier soccer venue in North America. Where the early Major League Soccer pitch was marred with stark white football lines on unnaturally green carpet, over the course of its nearly two decades of existence, MLS has undergone a vast transformation – the dawn of the soccer specific stadium. New MLS stadiums have lush grass pitches, perfect sightlines and world-class fan accommodations, and interest in the league has grown e
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Entertaining at The Rock

It takes a delicate hand to balance the corporate presence and average fan in today’s sports world, and Newark, N.J.’s Prudential Center has found a way to do exactly that. The Prudential Center, or “The Rock” as it is commonly known, is home to the National Hockey League’s New Jersey Devils. When the arena opened in 2007, it did so with the philosophy that by working in concert with both large and small businesses to create opportunities for corporate hospitality and entertainment, the arena wo
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Harriet Oster

McGhee Clinical Professor of Psychology Harriet Oster describes her students as nothing short of incredible. The diversity of the life and work experience they bring to the classroom intrigues and challenges her continuously. After a long tenure of research appointments in the School of Medicine; the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development; and the College of Arts & Science, Oster, a renowned researcher in the development of facial expressions and their role in social and
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Leighton Wilson

After working for a congressional campaign in Louisiana and serving as a legislative director in Austin, Texas, Leighton Wilson decided he wanted to transfer his fundraising skills into a career in the nonprofit sector. "Graduate school was the logical next step to making that transition," he explains, noting that the perfect program for achieving his goal was the NYU School of Professional Studies George H. Heyman, Jr. Center’s M.S.
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John Tenwinkel

When John Tenwinkel wanted to advance his career in the graphic communications industry, he sought a master’s degree program that would provide him with expert instruction and the practical skills necessary to increase his value in the professional marketplace. In the M.A. in Graphic Communications Management and Technology at the NYU School of Professional Studies, he found a program that provided everything he w
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Lisa Jaycox

Success in the competitive world of public relations, according to Lisa Jaycox, requires stretching the boundaries of the conventional PR role. Traditionally, she explains, public relations and advertising worked as a one-way channel, where material was put out in the hope that it found its mark. However, as the use of social media and other industry-shaping tools eclipses customary advertising channels in effectivenes
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Jan Constantine

In her distinguished career as assistant U.S. attorney, senior deputy general counsel at News Corporation, deputy general counsel at Macmillan, and now general counsel for the Authors Guild, Jan Constantine has represented publishers, authors, and government agencies in a multitude of noteworthy negotiations. Now, in the role of adjunct instructor in the NYU School of Professional Studies M.S. in Publishing: Digital and Print Media program, she brings her legal experience to the classroom, where
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Alvaro Elias Insausti

A native of Venezuela, Alvaro Elias Insausti was inspired by his parents, who were both doctors, to improve and to enrich the lives of others. Rather than earning a medical degree, Insausti chose to pursue a business degree and to go to cooking school, thereby gaining the knowledge and the credentials needed to delight the palates of his patrons with wonderful food. Upon finishing his schooling, he travelled to New York City to pursue his dream of working in the restaurant industry, but he foun
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Stacy Lauren Musi

Stacy Lauren Musi is a rising star in the world of executive search and recruiting. After a career in the financial services industry, she joined New York City-based retained executive search firm Chadick Ellig in 1994. During her tenure there, the Brooklyn native achieved a record of success, placing senior managers in the financial, business, and consumer services industries. It wasn’t long before her bosses to
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