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As the holidays approach, our social calendars start to quickly fill up with family, friends, and events. Here at UAP, we're meeting the busy holiday season head on by planning some exciting events for our clients.
When HNA Global came to us about planning and executing their Q3 Briefing Gala, we knew it would be an exciting project to work on. HNA likes to think big, so we helped them put together a memorable evening that matched their style of innovation and sense of sophistication. All in attendance were greeted by the finest fair, a lovely atmosphere, and dancing robots. Yes, you read that right, this was truly a memorable event complete with a multitude of unique performances!
Let us plan your company's next event! We will work with you to ensure a night that your employees will never forget.
On 9/29 we held a very successful press event to promote the upcoming Jam Hsiao concert taking place on 11/26 at Madison Square Garden. Special guests included FancyMaker Entertainment CFO, Chung Dick, & Production Manager, Fox Kuang, as well as President & CEO of Xi'an Famous Foods, Jason Wang, one the show's head sponsors.
There's still time to get your tickets for the biggest show of the year!
We are so excited to bring you the opportunity to see award-winning superstar Jam Hsiao, "The God of Rain" LIVE in Madison Square Garden for his first ever US appearance!
The Power of Love tour will kick off on November 26 at the Theater at Madison Square Garden at 8 PM.
Ticket prices for the show range from $38-$188, and seats are filling up fast!
The show's headline sponsor, Xi'an Famous Foods, is no stranger to the Asian community.
From their humble beginnings as a tiny eatery in a Flushing, N.Y. shopping mall in 2005, Xia'an Famous Foods was the first restaurant to bring the little-known cuisine of Xi’an to the United States, with signature hand-ripped noodles, secret spice mixes, and Xi’an “burgers." Since then, they’ve expanded to several locations in NYC. A strictly family-owned business, they've managed to introduce the world to the unique cuisine of their hometown, all the while working hard to support the Asian community. President and CEO, Jason Wang , maintains that it is important for Asian-owned businesses to meet the needs of the community from a cultural perspective, and by aiding in celebrating it's achievements.