NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - Sep 14, 2016) - Wall Street Dead aHead Networking Events® ("WSDA") will hold their 6th sold out gathering September 28th, 2016. The Event will be held at Manhattan's Tir Na Nog, located at 315 West 39th Street between Eighth and Ninth Avenues. It will feature a concert by Terrapin; open-bar beer and wine with specialty cocktails provided by Russian Standard Vodka; appetizers, and very cool sponsor bags with the priceless "Set List."
Four years ago Portfolio Manager Deborah Solomon created WSDA as a fun way for her fellow Dead Heads to share their love of the Grateful Dead and productively network. After 5 sold-out events this unique annual evening has proven remarkably effective in providing attendees to interact naturally and comfortably. The Event's attendees, Family Members, are personally vetted by Ms. Solomon to create a balanced roster of like-minded people from throughout all areas of Wall Street.
2016 has proven to be expansive for WSDA while keeping the personal foundation of the Family intact and keep everyone connected. Along with the feature on RollingStone.com there was an article on Fortune.com, a suite of "Family Jam Sessions," and much more. "As an active attendee and sponsor of many events, none have shown the dedication, support and reach that Deb puts forth for her Family Members. Being a part of the WSDA event is more than just one night: it's an entire year," says Premier Sponsor Mark Elenowitz, CEO of BANQ, a division of Tripoint Global Equities.
Premier Sponsors include: LinkedIn; CBOE; Baker Tilly; Laurel Hill Advisory Group; BANQ, a division of Tripoint Global Equities; Equisolve; PubCo Reporting; PCG Advisory Group; Innovative Giving Enhancement (IGE); Sichenzia Ross Friedman and Ference, and CohnReznick.
Partners include: Rex Foundation; HeadCount; Tony Reonegro; Marc Millman Photography; Gathering of the Vibes; Relix, and GhostBooksters.com.
This year The International FoxG1 Foundation has been chosen by Ms. Solomon as the Affiliate Charity. The Foundation's name refers to a rare genetic mutation of the FoxG1 gene that impacts early brain development and function. Most cases of FoxG1 are non-inherited and have no family history.
For more details, to subscribe for their general mailing list, and to register for the Event's waiting list, go to: www.wallstreetdeadahead.com Limited sponsorship and partner opportunities are also still available. Please contact: Deb@WallStreetDeadaHead.com.