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Miami New Years Eve 2014 at The Ritz Carlton South Beach

     Miami New Years Eve 2014: The Ritz-Carlton is a brand and name recognized throughout the world with an empire of 84 luxury hotels in 26 countries. They’re known for excellence and providing world class customer service – however it wasn’t always glitter and gold for The Ritz-Carlton brand in North America. They were hit hard by the Great Depression and were forced to shut down staple hotels in Atlanta and New York and from the 1960’s-1980’s investors were weary of investing in the hotel chain because of the chains finances. But alas, here we are in 2013 still talking about The Ritz-Carlton brand and they seem to be better than ever.

So what does Miami Beach The Ritz-Carlton have going on for New Years Eve 2014? They’ve teamed up with AmPm Presents, Creativas Group and Tony Guerra/Citrus Miami to transform the hotel into a blanc, 18th century French inspired soiree that will feature Marie Antoinette inspired characters, choreographed performances and even aerialists! This Miami New Years Eve 2014 celebration will also have a premium open bar from 8:30pm – midnight, with a champagne toast as the clock strikes 12 to ring in the New Year. “DJ to the stars”, DJ Cassidy, will be on the 1’s and 2’s all night keeping the party going. If you didn’t catch on to the word ‘blanc’, it’s French for ‘white’. Since white is recognized as being the color of purity and new beginnings, a Miami New Years Eve 2014 celebration is the perfect time to wear that color. With that being said, event organizers encourage everyone attending to wear white to honor the meaning of that color. General admission tickets are $125 and VIP options for 4-10 people are available as well. Tickets can be purchased by CLICKING HERE. A portion of the proceeds generated from this event are being donated to the Miami Beach Chamber Education Foundation. So, where will you be when the clock strikes midnight?


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