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Jennifer Boyer
Works at The Madison Square Garden Company
Attended Columbia College Chicago
Lives in New York
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Tell Norway to increase funding for education & be entered to win a pair of VIP tix to the #GlobalCitizen Festival (make sure you're logged in to win)
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For most of his time as a student at Harvard, Alex Breaux more or less thought his life was all mapped out. He was a four-year letterman on the school’s varsity football team majoring in economics (and was even a two-time Ivy League champion) . By his senior year, he had accepted an offer at Barclays …
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Slap me in the face if I ever utter those phrases.
You want to be successful. Everyone does. But your actual words might be undermining your chances of success. The things you say in the office, no matter how innocuous they seem to you, might be
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Love Dr. Emery and Sugar Fix Dental Loft!
Oil pulling has been said to cure bad breath, whiten teeth, and remove bodily toxins, and while there has not been a substantial amount of scientific evidence to back these claims, some people swear by it.
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For most of his time as a student at Harvard, Alex Breaux more or less thought his life was all mapped out. He was a four-year letterman on the school’s varsity football team majoring in economics (and was even a two-time Ivy League champion) . By his senior year, he had accepted an offer at Barclays …
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Love this! Could not agree more.
“Jenny … One other thing that I wanted to mention. You need to be aware of the time that you come in to the office. We usually get to the office before nine a.m., and I’ve noticed that sometimes you
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Was in this crowd, too! Yay for British artists!!
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Education
  • Columbia College Chicago
    Arts, Entertainment & Media Management, 2007 - 2009
    Performing Arts Management Music Business
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Gender
Female
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Occupation
Special Events Coordinator
Skills
Microsoft Office Suite and Outlook, Ticketmaster, Delphi, Banquet Event Orders, Event Invoices, Booking Outlook and Calendar System (BOCS), iPhoto, iWork, WordPress, BlogDesk, proofreading, music publishing; Memberships: Women In Music, The Recording Academy - New York Chapter, West Side YMCA
Employment
  • The Madison Square Garden Company
    Coordinator, Special Event, 2013 - present
    Support Vice President of Special Events with facilitating events and licensing deals for all NY venues from booking to settling post event; manage general office administration duties for the Special Events team. Review, process and approve contracts and budgets; coordinate event details and necessary event administration. Answer sales calls and establish relationships with potential new clients; respond to inquiries and leads in a timely manner; schedule site visits at all New York venues for new and returning clients. Maintain weekly outlook reports; send corporate forecast updates; track photo services budget to ensure coverage. Book ancillary event space for internal and external events; create banquet event orders as needed.
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Currently
New York
Previously
Chicago - Muskegon - Puyallup - Grand Rapids - Macatawa - Sevilla - Kalamazoo
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Owners Pete and Ava made me feel welcome as a visitor from out of town. I immediately felt accepted, like a regular. People made a point to introduce themselves to me and get to know me. I loved that the class size was not too large, giving the coaches one on one time with the athletes to correct technique and form.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
On Time Elite provided an RV in excellent condition with a driver who went above and beyond in his duties and responsiblities to help me and my team. I could not be more pleased with the company's customer service. I will be renting RVs for future productions and cannot wait to work with our booking manager Erin and our driver Ricardo again!
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
The Taza Chocolate factory in Somerville was awesome! I brought my uncle, aunt and three cousins with me for a tour and tasting. They all thought it was a cool thing to do on a Saturday or Sunday and were glad I suggested the idea of going there. One of my cousins eats a vegan diet, so she was thrilled at the prospect of eating dairy-free, gluten-free chocolate. She could indulge, but not worry about consuming animal products. How cool is that?! The tour was informative, but fun. It kept the attention of a 12-year-old boy (my cousin) and that is saying something. We bought a few of their products in the store section after the tour finished. We sampled almost every flavor and type; it was fantastic. Free chocolate!
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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Love the variety of classes and the many times they are offered seven days a week!
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
My friends and I attended the Jimmy Eat World concert in October at The Space at Westbury. It was our first time to the venue. We were blown away by how clean and new the space was. I could not believe how nice the ladies' restroom was. Practically spotless! There were so many stalls and no line. I was extremely impressed. Upon leaving the bathroom, I noticed a water fountain. I was shocked. Free water? At a concert venue? That is unheard of anywhere else. If you were lucky enough to sneak through bag check with a filled (or empty) water bottle, you could head on over to the fountain and fill it up free of charge! I liked the sound from where my friends and I stood. I could hear everything clearly and it was not too loud (although I always wear foam earplugs to protect my hearing at shows. The only issue we ran into was with the female bartenders. We dealt with two of them and both were rude and condescending; like they didn't have time for us and didn't want to deal with our order. Well, you know what? If you don't want to deal with people ordering beers at a concert, then don't work as a bartender at a concert venue! We each had one drink ticket and the bartenders had no clue what it was and thought we were lying about getting a free beer. Good grief.
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