Rockefeller Center, located in the heart of midtown Manhattan, is a premier destination for New Yorkers and a must-see attraction for visitors from around the world. On a daily basis, the Center offers a variety of touch points in its buildings, gardens and spaces to engage with and form memorable connections with a desirable consumer base. A location unlike any other, Rockefeller Center is a proven marketing vehicle that offers infinite sponsorship and branding opportunities sure to leave a lasting impression.
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From the beginning, John D Rockefeller, Jr. incorporated art into his plans for Rockefeller Center, commissioning pieces designed to inspire the viewer. Today, Tishman Speyer continues the tradition, offering public opportunities to experience the vibrant and dynamic world of today’s contemporary art. Through art, the Plaza is transformed into a place of invention and discovery for the hundreds of thousands of visitors who pass through Rockefeller Center daily. In partnership with the Public Art Fund, we are always looking for presenting sponsors for future installations.
Boasting 3 Million visitors a year, Top of the Rock offers an unparalleled opportunity for brand exposure to our international visitors and domestic tourists, alike. We are always looking for partners in the technology and travel industries to align their brand with one of New York City’s most high-end attractions and discerning visitors.
From its unique taste to its rich heritage and long history of health benefits, the cranberry holds a plethora of secrets worth sharing. This year, Ocean Spray is revealing the secrets of the exceptional autumn fruit at its life-size cranberry bog in New York City’s Rockefeller Center. Measuring 1,500-square-feet, the bog contains 2,000 pounds of fresh, floating cranberries, which will be on display November 3-4. Inside the cranberry bog, multi-generational Ocean Spray cranberry growers will share secrets of the harvest – from how the bogs are flooded and picked to why cranberries float.