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Thuzio Brings Final Four Alums Together For Game Watch With Fans, Continuing Successful New York City Events

A special NCAA Tournament Game Watch event.


Photo Credit: Roey Yoahi


At a recent event hosted by Thuzio Executive Club, Brian Leetch spoke openly and honestly about his experience in New York with the Rangers, and even of his reticence in returning to the city following his departure from New York.

“The one good thing about hurting my knee earlier in the year is that I missed my first trip back to MSG,” said Leetch, referring to his first opportunity to return as a Boston Bruin to face the Rangers after playing 16 years in Madison Square Garden. “Having to take that turn and looking into the visitor’s locker room, I thought ‘this is bizarre, I’ve never been in here,’” Leetch continued at the March 9 event.

Anyone who’s a fan of hockey — not just of the New York Rangers — recognizes that Brian Leetch is one of the greatest defensemen in NHL history, and in the process, he etched a very decorated career that easily ranks amongst the best out of anyone who ever played for the storied Rangers franchise. His career credentials are what drew fans and business professionals to the Thuzio event titled “Brian Leetch: The Greatest Ranger,” but his engagement and connection with the audience is what made the event, and other Thuzio Executive Club events like it, all the more memorable.

While Thuzio Executive Club hosts prestigious events all over the country, they actually have another unique New York offering coming up in a few days on Thursday, March 19, at Suite 36 in New York City. This is a special NCAA Tournament Game Watch event, in which those who attend will have the opportunity to watch games on opening night of March Madness with some former basketball stars relevant to New York City.

The four guests scheduled to appear are John Wallace, Pearl Washington, Billy Owens, and Antoine Walker, all having notable experience when it comes to the NCAA Tournament. Wallace is a former Syracuse star who is third on their all-time scoring list and led the Orangemen to the championship game in 1996, an eventual loss to Kentucky. He was drafted in the first round of the 1996 Draft by the New York Knicks, and continues to have a strong relationship with Knicks fans. The Kentucky team that defeated Syracuse in the NCAA Championship Game in the Meadowlands was led by Walker, who was later drafted sixth overall in the 1996 NBA draft. He became a three-time NBA All-Star and won a title with the Miami Heat in 20016. Washington had a great career for Syracuse, en route to having his No. 31 retired and being named to the Syracuse All-Century team. Owens is another former Orange star who was one of the better scorers in school history and went on to have a 10-year NBA career.

These events are exactly why business owners and executives join Executive Club, to provide their clients, partners, and prospects with some of the most memorable business evenings they can possibly experience. Fans looking for a special experience with an athlete also have much to gain from TECX events such as game watches.

Thuzio Executive Club offers memberships at different tiers that give members access to unique events held regularly in New York, Chicago, Philadelphia and soon, San Francisco. Thuzio provides a great way for fans and business professionals to interact with sports legends through Executive Club events, whether they are question-and-answer sessions, game watch events, lectures and presentations, or meet and greets with cocktails and dinner. March Madness events will be taking place in New York City and Philadelphia over the next two weeks for Executive Club members.

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