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This Guy has Big Balls at Ad:tech

This Guy has Big Balls at Ad:tech

Don’t know Darren Blatt? He’s the guy who throws the Affiliate Ball party during Affiliate Summit that everyone is always talking about. Well, he’s not done with his Big Balls and has decided that he’s going to Times Square to show off what he can do with them. Yes, Darren Blatt is throwing around his Balls everywhere and ad:tech NYC 2012 is the place where his “in your face” Balls will be next.

Yep, the Marketers Ball is back by popular demand taking place in Times Square at a secret location on November 7th 2012 starting at 9:00 pm. The Marketers Ball is the largest digital marketing party that always provides legendary artists to perform. This event is the best place to network since this monster party always has the biggest players all under one roof. The organizers also throw the well known Affiliate Ball party that takes place during the Affiliate Summit. This time around they have signed the biggest DJ in New York, Funkmaster Flex. Flex is known for this many TV shows and for producing some of the hottest tracks out. He’s also the most prominent hip-hop radio DJ in the world, holding down New York’s Hot 97 and notching a nomination for DJ of the Year.

Surprise guests will show up in full force.

Registration is now open, register now to secure your ticket to the hottest event of the year.

The Marketers Ball is much more then a fun party, it’s also the best kept marketing secret. If you’re looking to get seen infront of your industry while entertaining lot’s of clients and prospects, the Marketers Ball has a sponsorship package for you. Packages include RSVP newsletter exposure, website link, VIP’s, tables, logo seen on big screens and tons more. If interested in Darren’s Big Balls, contact him here.



About Pace Lattin

Pace Lattin is one of the top experts in interactive advertising, affiliate marketing. Pace Lattin is known for his dedication to ethics in marketing, and focus on compliance and fraud in the industry, and has written numerous articles for publications from MediaPost, ClickZ, ADOTAS and his own blogs.
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