Hacking Wall Street - Museum Hack Co-Hosts an Event With the Museum of American Finance
New York City, June 20, 2016 (Newswire.com) - Museum Hack’s figurative stock is continuing to climb following successful events at the Florida Museum of Natural History and Christie’s Auction House. Their latest ‘merger’ is a joint event on July 13th at 6pm, hosted by Museum Hack tour guides at the Museum of American Finance. Aptly titled, Museum Hack: Wall Street Edition is a networking event and cocktail party for aspiring financiers that even Jordan Belfort would enjoy. In true Museum Hack style, attendees will learn astonishing facts and the seldom heard gossip behind America’s banking system and its founding father. The current price is $20 per share (ticket) with drinks and snacks included! Reserve your ticket here
“We are super excited to partner with the Museum of American Finance! We've been exploring their galleries and learned so much about how gold has influenced our everyday lives and the way currency has shaped our country. We can’t wait to blow people’s minds with these amazing stories at the event!” – Zak Martellucci | Creative Experiences Associate
The Museum of American Finance, an affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution, is the nation’s only independent museum that is dedicated to preserving, exhibiting and teaching about American finance and history. MoAF is located in a historic bank building on Wall Street, the museum explores and features exhibits on the financial markets, currency, banking, and entrepreneurship throughout US history.
Museum Hack provides interactive museum experiences that attract diverse audiences and foster new connections. They also work with museums around the world to increase visitor engagement. Founded in 2013 by CEO Nick Gray; Museum Hack currently offers alternative museum tours in New York City, San Francisco and Washington D.C
If you would like more information about the Museum Hack: Wall Street Edition event, please contact Zak Martellucci | Creative Experiences Associate at email@example.com
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