PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 14, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Who will be playing in The Big Game at Levi's Stadium on February 7th? While advertisers are paying millions to be a part of it, others are paying thousands just to be there.
A luxury suite for the biggest sporting event in American culture recently sold for $690K according to Doron J. Segal, known to his clients as "DJ", co-owner of LuxuryVIPSuites in Philadelphia. Segal and his business partner, Josh Novodor, started the company in 2007 and are now the suite kings each year at the Big Game.
"Going to this event is every football fan's dream," says Segal. "And for corporations with big budgets it's a tremendous opportunity to generate new lucrative business clients."
While the normal suite price used to be in the $200,000 to $300,000 range, the NYC Bowl at MetLife Stadium in 2014 raised the bar on prices, upping the ante for all future Super Bowls.
Every corporate concierge and ticket broker needs to have a niche in order to stand apart of the competition, and luxury suites became DJ and Josh's niche. They are the main supplier of all luxury suites in North America. They have a unique book of clients featuring everyone from A-list celebrities to the heads of Fortune 500 companies. Notes Segal, "When it comes to the Big Game, everyone wants to be a part of the action. We receive requests from all over North America, from wealthy small business owners to Hollywood's most famous actors and actresses."
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