Host Committee Takes Party-Planning To The Next Level

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Seeing as New York is the city that never sleeps, we often don't start a night out much before 12:00 a.m. It's not that we're complaining, but, standing forever behind a velvet rope waiting for entry to a club certainly puts a damper on the fun — especially when it's mind-numbingly cold outside. We're worn out before we even make it on the dance floor. And, after 30 minutes, we start to consider running home to Netflix.
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But, Host Committee, Andy Russell's VIP nightclub service, has a solution to all of these problems. The company works with top-notch venues, like Marquee, PH-D, and the Darby, to open a bit earlier for you and your friends. So, you might not get the chance to paint your nails and toes in between eating dinner and getting dressed, but you will feel like a total rockstar when you walk past those bouncers.
Bottles of Champagne, a free Uber ride, exclusive photographers and DJs, an interactive invite platform, and, of course, an hour-long open bar are just some of the benefits you'll enjoy when you book with Host Committee. And, if you're too shy to plan your own soiree, you can always attend someone else's event — and bring along your posse.
If you need another incentive to party, you should know that Russell is also dedicated to helping charities. Host Committee has already raised $200,000 for various nonprofit organizations since its launch in 2012. In other words, you'll be celebrating for a cause. Well, we know what we're doing this weekend.
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