|By PR Newswire||
|February 20, 2013 04:35 PM EST||
LOS ANGELES, Feb. 20, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Clearpath Entertainment announced today it will be expanding from its east cost offices to include a new Los Angeles office on the 9th Floor of the historic Wiltern Theatre on Wilshire Avenue. The move comes on the heels of several high-profile projects including the "Generation Now" Inauguration 2013 Kick Off Celebration featuring John Legend, T-Pain and Common in Washington, D.C. and the 2012 Democratic National Convention featuring Pitbull, the Scissor Sisters, Warren Haynes Band, Brad Whitford and Branford Marsalis.
Jarrett Moreno, co-founder and Executive Vice-President of OurTime.org who hosted the "Generation Now" Inaugural event said, "We work at the intersection of politics and pop-culture, and having our partners at Clearpath close by in DC and LA is exciting. They put together an incredible event with us during Presidential Inauguration weekend that accomplished fundraising, branding, and media goals, and we're looking forward to what comes next from their team."
Additionally Clearpath is producing several major events in LA later this summer, including a kick-off event for the BET Awards in June. "A number of our projects and strategic relationships are increasingly based in LA and the opportunity to set up a project base in this location just made sense at this point," said Sean Brescia, founder and managing partner at Clearpath.
Clearpath has two divisions—Clearpath Productions specializing in strategy, creative and production for high profile events and communications media, and Clearpath Entertainment specializing in the development, production and management of events, entertainment, brand experiences, destination locations and exhibitions, as well as artist management.
David Christensen, a managing partner at Clearpath who heads up the artist management and exhibition efforts for the company said, "With a major label artist currently recording in LA we'll find our management efforts focused significantly here over the next several months. We are also developing funding and strategic relationships around our Sports Immortals Mobile Experience and many of those meetings are happening here as well."
The "Sports Immortals Mobile Experience" is a traveling exhibition based around one of the largest and most valuable collections of sports memorabilia in the world (www.sportsimmortals.com). Clearpath is also currently producing an event for the White House Correspondents Dinner in April.
The Wiltern Theatre offices will be located alongside longtime strategic partner SizzlePitch. Clearpath also has offices in Baltimore and Washington, DC. For more information on Clearpath visit www.clearpathentertainment.com or email email@example.com.
SOURCE Clearpath Entertainment
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