Romney and the Jews: Brooklyn Jewish Professionals Meet With Romney Confidante and Friend, Mr. J. Philip Rosen with Brooklyn Jewish Xperience

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The Brooklyn Jewish event that has everyone talking. Brooklyn Jewish Xperience to host a networking event with Romney confidante Mr. J. Philip Rosen.

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Brooklyn Jewish Xperience empowers, inspires and educates

Brooklyn Jewish Xperience educates, empowers, and inspires Jewish college students and young professionals throughout Brooklyn to be the leaders of tomorrow

Who is the true Romney? Which issues are really important to him? What are his views on Israel and the Jews? Will Jews automatically vote to reelect Obama? Thanks to Brooklyn Jewish Xperience (BJX), young Jewish professionals in Brooklyn will have the opportunity to glean a perspective from a Romney loyalist and supporter on these important questions and on other key issues.

Brooklyn Jewish Xperience has been on the cutting edge of educational programming, offering exciting programs to Jewish college students and young professionals, ages 18-34. Whether it's an intimate and thrilling visit to New York's magnificent harbor on a dinner cruise, a summer barbecue with a leading CEO, or a Purim party with an open bar and a five-piece band, BJX has its pulse on what makes young Jewish professionals happy and interested in exploring their heritage.

With five programs each week, BJX caters to the educational advancement of young Jewish professionals by offering an array of lectures and classes that are innovative, informative, and contemporary. BJX never tires of offering the best programs and the most stimulating events.

On October 17, 2012, BJX is hosting acclaimed attorney and Romney confidante, Mr. J. Philip Rosen, who will speak on “Romney and the Jews.” As a close friend and ardent supporter of Mitt Romney, Mr. Rosen will offer an analysis of how he envisions a Romney White House. Opening remarks and a commentary on current events will be offered by BJX's dynamic founder and director, renowned author and lecturer Rabbi Yitzchak Fingerer. This special event promises to be educational, revealing, and super-informative. It isn't every day that you have the opportunity to hear from a close friend of someone who may become the next president of the United States of America.

Mr. Rosen co-chairs Weil's Real Estate practice and Infrastructure practice. He has worked on many of the largest and most complicated property debt transactions in the US over the past 20 years and is considered one of the top private equity lawyers in the property arena. He heads the firm's renowned hospitality and gaming practices and is one of the country's leading authorities on doing business in the Middle East.

With the election only a few weeks away this event is sure to stimulate discussion and inspire healthy debate. The presidential election is always a topic that piques interest. It is organizations like BJX that provide forums for Jewish young professionals to socialize, mingle, meet news headliners, and discuss hot-button contemporary issues in a relaxed environment.

Refreshments will be served. Admission is complimentary if you register before October 11, 2012; otherwise there is a suggested $10 donation at the door. To register for this event, go to If you would like to sponsor an event or help build a center in downtown Brooklyn, please call 646-397-1544.

About Brooklyn Jewish Xperience
Brooklyn Jewish Xperience educates, empowers, and inspires Jewish college students and young professionals throughout Brooklyn to be the leaders of tomorrow. BJX’s innovative and exciting programs help students explore a rich and meaningful Judaism. To enable BJX to keep its programs free of charge, or become a sponsor you may donate here: or call 646-397-1544

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