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Need Something to do in Montgomery on New Year's Eve?

NYE09 at Alley Station

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Montgomery, Alabama (Thursday, December 10, 2009) Last year's NYE08 event was the talk of the town, but this year EMERGE Montgomery is taking it to the roof! That's right; NYE09 will be at the newest venue in town, The Alley Station, located in downtown Montgomery.  You can rock out under the stars on the rooftop terrace to Suns of March or get your groove on in the main ballroom with DJ Boosie.

 

NYE09 is from 9 PM – 1AM on December 31.Tickets are $50 in advance and $65 after December 25. Tickets are available at etix.com and include light hors d'oeuvres and an open bar as well as entertainment. Proceeds from the event will support community outreach and professional development activities of EMERGE Montgomery.

 

All are invited to be a part of this exciting evening. The party will feature two levels of celebration utilizing the wonderful architectural features of Alley Station. EMERGE encourages you to celebrate responsibly and has secured a special rate of $99 for a suite and $75 for a room at Hampton Inn and Suites Downtown.

 

NYE08 drew over 350 of Montgomery's young professionals out for a night to be remembered. NYE09 promises to be another memorable moment in Montgomery's history. For more information please contact Suzanna Wasserman at 334-262-2261 or visit www.EMERGEmontgomery.com.

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