Streets of New York 411 Inc. offer a full range of products and services that provide a comprehensive menu so each client gets not just optimum exposure for their product, service or event, but a positive ROI (Return on Investment). Over the course of more than fifteen years, we have studied and developed tactics to effectively advertise to audiences throughout the five boroughs of New York.
Geographically, the company has built an extensive knowledge base of New York’s business, educational and cultural communities. A few areas of marketing concentration include:
• Understanding New York’s ethnically diverse neighborhoods.
• Mapping pedestrian flow in high-traffic business districts and shopping areas.
• Navigating public transportation facilities and routes.
• Strong client relations with record stores, restaurants, beauty/barber shops.
• Cultivating relationships with various colleges and trade schools.
• Established relationships with cultural organizations and Houses of Worship.
• An extensive database of nightclubs and hot spots.
The Company is composed of a team of hard working and experienced professionals who have utilized effective public relations and aggressive marketing strategies to assist our clients in achieving their objectives.
We provide the following services; Concept Design and Branding Team, Internet Marketing, Social Media Marketing, Tech and New Media Team, Visuals and Audio Team, Graphics, Printing and Street Teams.
We have formed several highly professional “Street Teams” with the ability to saturate promotional materials in any target area, while answering questions and gathering feedback about the client’s event or product. We can customize a marketing campaign to fit any budget.
For more information visit our website http://www.streetsofnewyork411.com/
We’ll put your business in the street™
Brooklyn, N.Y., October 2014... The Board of Directors of the Coalition to Preserve Reggae Music., (CPR) announced today that “the Queen of Reggae” Marcia Griffiths will receive the coveted Pinnacle Award for Excellence, at the 10th Annual Reggae Culture Salute, taking place on…
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West Indian American Day Carnival Association – W.I.A.D.C.A.
Would like you and your family to join us in the annual!
“NEVER STOP FIGHTING BREAST CANCER WALK”
Walk with us on Sunday October 19, 2014 to make strides to end breast cancer in Prospect Park, Brooklyn (The Nethermead).
Walk begins at 10:00am**
Meeting Point @ Lincoln & Ocean Ave at 8:30am
Breakfast will be served!!
Help Us Reach Our…
Christian Cultural Center Marriage Ministries & ICB Men’s Ministries Presents….
“Building Intimacy” 2-Day Conference For Married, Engaged & Dating Couples
Come and enjoy our key-note speakers, Rev. A. R. Bernard Friday night and Dr. Doug Weiss, Ph.D. on Saturday.
Dr. Weiss is a nationally known author and licensed psychologist. He has appeared on Oprah, Dr. Phil, Good Morning America, 20/20 and…
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Schedule of Events on Thursday October 16th
6:00 – 10:00 PM. Dance Party: “Everyday People”
One of Manhattan’s most popular dance parties mixes disco, house, soul, hip-hop, and Afrobeat. Featuring Dj. mOma, Dj Rich Knight, Dj Lono Brazil, live performances, dance contests, a photo booth, cash bar, and small bites by Chef Roble.
6:00PM. - Curator Tour: Lisa Small, Curator of Exhibitions, leads a…
5:00 PM – Music: Arturo O’Farrill’s Grammy Award-winning group Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra and his professional youth Orchestra Fat Afro Latin Jazz Cats.
6:00 PM – Artist Project: Participate in Miguel Luciano’s “Pimp My Piragua”, a mobile public art project commemorating the innovations of Latino street vendors.
6:00 PM – Dance: Flamenco Vivo Carlota Santana presents “Bailes de Ida y Vuelta”,…
Learn the following skills: Television Studio Production Mini-Studio Production Video Production in the Field Video Editing with Premiere…
DATE: SEPTEMBER 18 –THURSDAYS TILL 10 PM @ BROOKLYN MUSEUM
6:30PM Gallery Tour: Egypt Reborn
6:30 PM Conversation: WNYC Book Festival. – Join us for stories about literary communities of Kings County, from Walt Whitman’s Fort Greene to Edwidge Danticats’s Flatbush. Presented by WNYC in conjunction with the Brooklyn Book Festival, hosted by Mythili Rao, book editor and producer of the Takeway.
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DATE: THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 11TH
BEAT Festival Opening Night – A Wild Museum-wide “MashUp” with featured artists and performers from the BEAT (Brooklyn Emerging Artists in Theater) Festival, who scatter throughout the building leaving it up to you to find them. Choose your own adventure. For details, visit http://www.beatbrooklyn.com
VENUE: Brooklyn Museum
TIME: 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
DATE: FRIDAY AUGUST 29 - WIADCA 2014 YOUTH FEST Live performances by upcoming Singers, Spoken Word Artists, Steppers, Marching Bands, Drum lines, Choirs, Dance Groups and Rappers…
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DATE: FRIDAY, AUGUST 22ND
Medgar Evers College Jazzy Jazz Outdoor Festival
Venue: Crown Street between Bedford & Franklin Ave
Time: 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
DATE: FRIDAY, AUGUST 22ND
Charlie Parker Jazz Festival – Panel Discussion: “The Marriage of Latin Music & Jazz” with Joe Conzo Sr.
TIME: 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
VENUE: The New School for Jazz & Contemporary Music (55 W. 13th St.)