Matzo Ball Party Offers Christmas Eve Alternative to Young Jewish Professionals

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A limited number of advance tickets are still available for the premier Jewish professionals event held on Monday, Christmas Eve, December 24 in 6 cities across the US - New York, Boston, Chicago, Washington DC., Miami and Boca Raton, FL

The Matzo Ball, the "Nation's No. 1 Holiday Party" as named by USA Today, announced today that a limited number of advance tickets are still available for the Christmas Eve event held in New York, Boston, Chicago, Washington DC, Miami and Boca Raton, FL.

Held in six cities on Christmas Eve, Monday, December 24, 2007, the Matzo Ball offers Jewish professionals something to do on Christmas Eve. Each party is held from 9 p.m. until 2 a.m. and includes dancing and complimentary appetizers early in the night.

The Matzo Ball Party, as always, will be held at the country's hottest clubs. This year's venues include:

  • Boca Raton, Club Boca
  • Miami, Opium Garden
  • New York City, Capitale
  • Boston, The Estate and The Suite - 2 clubs, 1 party
  • Washington DC, Club Five, Sesto Senso, Andalu - 3 clubs, 1 party
  • Chicago, Martini Park

Advance tickets can be purchased for $25 on - easy, fast and secure. Partygoers may also purchase tickets the day of the event.

Founded in 1986 by Andrew Rudnick and sponsored by the Society of Young Jewish Professionals, the Matzo Ball Party has become a Christmas Eve tradition for Jewish men and Jewish women to meet, mingle and dance the night away.

The Washington Post called it""One of the hottest hug-spots for Jewish professionals to meet a mate for a lifetime or just to go out with on a couple of fun dates." And, more than 1,000 marriages and countless friendships have developed at this annual extravaganza for Jewish men and women.

Last year's event attracted some 10,500 revelers throughout the country.

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About the Matzo Ball®
Matzo Ball® Party is sponsored by the Society of Young Jewish Professionals (SYJP), the nation's largest and most successful membership organization for Jewish professionals, ages 18-49. SYJP offers Jewish men and Jewish women the opportunity to meet in an environment conducive to developing networking opportunities, long lasting friendships, and romantic relationships.

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