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    we make events more eventful

    From in your brain, to on the stage, we manage your entire brand experience. Creating it, refining it, promoting it, marketing it – Auster Agency makes it unforgettable.

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    in the forecast: brainstorm

    We’ve done our research so you don’t have to. Concept development is one of our core competencies. How can we put our creative brains to work for you?

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    make it memorable,                       or don't make it

    From closing down one mile of a major New York City street to hosting an event atop the Empire State Building, we are architects of unique experiences.

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    we keep our fingers on the pulse

    The media landscape is changing constantly. Our savvy team keeps your social networks and media buys ahead of the curve.

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    raising funds. raising eyebrows.

    Sponsorships, fundraisers, and then some. We have the contacts, connections, and relationships to foster creative collaborations that add value to your brand.

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    we build the buzz

    Marketing, promotions, and public relations are key. Knowing what to say, how to say it, and where to say it. We have it covered.

MasterCard Priceless New York hosted Oktoberfest Brewmasters, an exclusive event for MasterCard cardholders, at The Shops at Columbus Circle. Guests enjoyed craft brews presented by local brewmasters from Sierra Nevada, Barrier Brewing, Original Sin Cider and Brooklyn Brew Shop paired alongside a locally-sourced three-course dinner at Whole Foods Market’s On Tap Room. 

Bronx Terminal Market activated the 6th Floor Garage roof deck with Bronx Kid Fest. The event featured DJ Reyna Franco from La Mega 97.9 and Funkytown Playground alongside clowns, corn hole competitions, raffles and giveaways by Burlington Coat Factory and Big Apple Circus. 

The American Heart Association held its Back to Brooklyn Heart Walk on Sunday, October 5th. A DJ pumped up participants before they disembarked on a three-mile route through Brooklyn Bridge Park and Cadman Plaza Park. The event raised funds and awareness for the fight against cardiovascular disease, the number one killer of men and women in the United States.