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QuintEvents Inks Deal To Sell NBA Draft Hospitality Packages
Published May 23, 2013
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It is the second time QuintEvents has sold hospitality packages around the NBA Draft. The company last sold packages around the '11 NBA Draft, which was held at Prudential Center in Newark. The company also sells hospitality packages around the NBA All-Star weekend. “We are trying to build our NBA program to have more than just the All-Star game,” said QuintEvents CEO Brian Learst. “We do a similar program with the NFL and that has become popular.”