New Jersey's 'Town Square,' NJPAC, to Host Big-Screen Projection Telecast of the Historical Inauguration of Barack Obama
Over 2,750 Seniors, Students, Community Leaders and Members of the Greater
Tickets for the inaugural event were distributed to
"This is exactly the kind of event we should be hosting at NJPAC," said Goldman. "Increasingly, arts centers are becoming the new 'town squares' of the 21st century. Historic events should be commemorated communally. We can't wait to share this moment in history with the people that have made NJPAC a part of their lives in our first decade of operations."
Goldman noted that admission to the live telecast is not free, "We are asking all attendees to bring canned goods as their 'ticket price,'" he said. "All items collected will be donated to the Community FoodBank of
"We greatly appreciate the partnership of NJPAC on this momentous occasion," said
NJPAC, located in the heart of a newly emergent downtown
SOURCE New Jersey Performing Arts Center
More by this Source
John Schreiber, NJPAC President and CEO, to Lead Theater Square Development Company
Nov 18, 2013, 13:30 ET
Browse our custom packages or build your own to meet your unique communications needs.
Learn about PR Newswire services
Request more information about PR Newswire products and services or call us at (888) 776-0942.