Magnises Opens Doors to Fun

When the word “startup” is mentioned, people usually bring to mind images of tech ventures. Upon mentioning millennials, tech is most definitely the word associated with “startup”. “Lifestyle” is now another word to be noted with “startup” thanks to the incredible work done by Magnises. Magnises is a company catering to elite millennials. Specifically, the goal of Magnises is to help millennials access great deals on hotels, restaurants, and all sorts of social access. Consider Magnises an evolved form of VIP club card.

Magnises has a lot to offer those interested in joining up. Being able to order exquisite off-menu items at fine restaurants is one perk on businessinsider.com. Access to exclusive private concerts would be another. The company/VIP service is seeking to expand the concept of the social network back to its original roots: an offline experience.

There are so many amazing and exciting things to do out in the “real world”. Millennials simply have to try and access those wonderful things. What keeps millennials from actually doing so is, sadly, the price. High costs associated with entertainment makes it extremely difficult take advantage of what is out there. Magnises provides a cost-cutting way to do so many fun and adventurous things.

Access is another reason why young persons cannot do certain things. They don’t know about all the events or special places they can visit or things they are able to do. Magnises opens the doors of access to them. Magnises’ membership reveals a host of things that may not be advertised or found elsewhere. Access is not elusive once a membership is gained.

The cost of a membership is quite reasonable. $250 is a quoted figure. Since this particular card focuses of providing deals and discounts to members, the cost pretty ends up on cnbc.com. A few 10% and 20% discounts here and there ends up repaying that $250 fee fairly quickly. Or rather the cost will be repaid the quicker the card is taken advantage of and used.

Be sure to use the card upon signing up! The biggest mistake people make when joining a VIP program is not using it.

The world is a big place and a lot of fun things are out there in the world. Being trapped by costs and a lack of access is no way to live life. Millennials can take advantage of the Magnises option and embrace all the fun that goes with it.

The Unpaid CRDA $20 million raises queries about New Brunswick Devco

The Middlesex Regional Improvement Authority, this previous month, has failed to pay their loan in interest and principal which according to the Press of Atlantic City was $20 million loan that they received from the Casino Reinvestment Expansion Authority.

The expansion Authority, for five years, has been in arrears. It has racked more than $7 million in payments skipped. The 2005-made loan, funded the Heldrich construction, the New Brunswick Conference Center and Hotel that was developed by the non-profit organization by the name New Brunswick Expansion Corporation.

Devco has been touted by the president of the Senate, Stephen Sweeney, as a paragon of what is the result of mismanagement of public funds channeling them to private firms to have them execute large-scale construction. The new outfit of Brunswick is also the very model of the Atlantic City Expansion Corporation, a sister company that is in expectancy of overseeing over $200 million in private and public funding – including new CRDA money worth $19.5 million- for the development of the city’s Chelsea section Gateway Project.

The attorney Christopher Paladino chairs both companies. He is the one that arranged the $20 million Heldrich loan. “CRDA will get its payment in due course, but it will take more years than the estimated time,” he said this previous week.

The 235-room Heldrich building, which started its operations in 2007 on the eve of the global economic crisis, has been a struggle to attract more and more customers. This past year, it had its tenancy rate at 63.5 percent, and its largest occupant account came from Johnson & Johnson, whose executives are sitting on the New Brunswick Expansion Corporation as their board of directors.

The hotel is cash-strapped that the company has thought of tapping necessary funds for necessary expenses like carpet replacement and mattress replacement amounting to $776,000.