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Black and Tan Entertainment supports Autism Speaks

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Black and Tan Entertainment ( is a premiere New York City sports and entertainment event production company which produces extraordinary, high profile events across this great country. With over a decade of experience in the industry and with longstanding relationships with athletes, celebrities and sponsors, they are able to develop unique and unforgettable fan experiences and events.

Now, keeping that in mind, on February 2, 2014, New Yorkers will have the opportunity to attend the hottest football fan experience for this year's big game. They will be able to celebrate the game of the year with four-time champion and three time MVP, Joe Montana in addition with the man who made "The Catch" famous, Dwight Clark!

Now this amazing event opportunity will be held at The Edison Ballroom which is located at 240 West 47th Street, New York, NY. The Edison Ballroom is an art deco style nightclub which as over 20 flat screen televisions located throughout the venue with not a bad seat in the house.

In addition, to watching the game, there will be a silent auction to benefit Autism Speaks ( with some incredible football memorabilia and some unique experiences to bid on.

So take yourself out, have a great celebratory sports day and support Autism Speaks for those who can't. Click HERE and purchase a ticket today!


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