services 01.23.13

Introducing Key

They're coming to New York.

Your wedding guests.

Colleagues attending a conference, a company-wide meeting, or a product launch.

Dozens of cousins for a family reunion.

And they're all asking you the same thing:
What should we do while we're there?

Help has arrived. Today, Manhattan User's Guide launches a Key-to-the-city service for your special event visitors. We'll provide tailored recommendations about shopping, restaurants, and the arts, customized for your group, so they'll get the most out of their time
in New York.



We bring 20 years of experience sifting through New York for New Yorkers. Now your group can benefit from that expertise. We do the research on what's playing, what's open, what's new, what's interesting for the specific days your event takes place. And we make sure those recommendations are right for your group. Whether they're first-timers or old hands, Key opens the door to a good time while they're here.

Key is a mini-website, created just for your guests, that they can access in the weeks before they arrive to make plans, buy tickets, get reservations. Every entry includes address, phone, website, and a map link. And it's available to them while they're in town, optimized for smart phones and tablets, so the information is always at hand.



We even design it to match your invitation or company colors. Here's an example of a Key guide that we created for a wedding last fall.

Through April, we're offering a discount to MUG readers (and your family and friends) on this service. Email us for more information and a FAQ/rate sheet.

Make sure your group enjoys the best of the city… as any New Yorker knows, having the right info is Key!



Jason Polan started Every Person in New York in March of 2008. He plans on working on the project until it is finished. Look for Every Person in New York on Tuesdays in MUG and daily at Jason's site.



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