New York, New York (PRWEB) April 04, 2013
EventPermits, a national event marketing agency, assisted the NCAA in its March Madness bracket event. The event took place on March 18 outside Madison Square Garden at Penn Station and was in celebration of the kickoff of March Madness. The event featured a large bracket structure, which remained up for the rest of the week and was updated as teams moved forward in the NCAA basketball tournament.
The event marking the beginning of the tournament also featured an hour of music by the Rutgers University Marching Band. The event opened at noon with the marching band playing college fight songs as well as sing-a-long songs that the growing crowd could participate in. The music drew in crowds of people as they were entering and leaving the Penn Station /Madison Square Garden area.
“The music was great,” said Event Manager Stella Fitzpatrick. “It really drew people in to the event. We are excited to have been there!”
EventPermits helped make this event possible by securing all of the necessary permits and coordinating security that allowed the event to run smoothly. The expert team at EventPermits secured the Department of Buildings Permit that was required to build the bracket structure and keep it up all week. EventPermits also secured the parking permit and the sound permit that was needed in order to allow the marching band to play. Security for the event was provided by Marty Barnes.
EventPermits cuts through the red tape of the special event process, working as a behind-the-scenes support team, exclusively with, and on behalf of their advertising, public relations and event marketing agency clients, in order to secure prime locations and the necessary permits for successful special events from coast to coast. Based in Hoboken, New Jersey and the New York City metro area, EventPermits also has fully staffed offices in Atlanta, Chicago, Los Angeles, New Orleans, San Francisco and Toronto. To obtain a quote, visit http://www.eventpermits.com or contact Stella Fitzpatrick by telephone at (201) 223-1602.