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Harlem Fine Arts Show Celebrates Black History Month at the NYSE
Dion Clarke, Founder of the Harlem Arts Show to Ring The Opening BellSM
For Release: 07 Feb 13
Executives and guests of The Harlem Fine Arts Show will visit the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on FEBRUARY 7, 2013 to commemorate Black History Month and Opening Night of the 4TH Annual Harlem Fine Arts Show.  To mark the occasion, Dion Clarke, Founder of the Harlem Arts Show will ring the NYSE Opening Bell.
FEBRUARY 7, 2013
NYSE Security Checkpoint/Tent at corner of Exchange Place and Broad Street
9:00 a.m.            Media escorted into the building
9:30 a.m.            The Opening Bell rings/photo ops on the trading floor
Media interested in covering the bell ringing MUST contact  Anmarie Gioia at 212-656-5437 or or HELEN SHELTON or JORDANNE HUNTER at 212-715-1600 or HELEN.SHELTON@FINNPARTNERS.COM/JORDANNE.HUNTER@FINNPARTNERS.COM
Photos available via Associated Press/New York (212.621.1902), Reuters America (646.223.6285), Getty Images (646.613.4141), Bloomberg Photo (212.617.3420), European Press Agency (917.670.1323), and Insider Images. The Opening BellSM (starting at 9:25 a.m.) and The Closing Bell® (starting at 3:55 p.m.) feed is available via Encompass loop #4009. Media seeking footage via The Switch should contact NYSE Broadcast at 212.656.5483.
For photos and video of the bell ringing, connect with NYSE Euronext on Facebook (NYSE Euronext), YouTube (nysetv1), and Twitter (@NYSEEuronext), #NYSEBell. 
About the Harlem Fine Arts Show:
Presented by JWD Enterprises, Inc. and launched in 2009 at the 369th Armory in New York City, the Harlem Fine Arts Show (HFAS) has more than 10,000 visitors each year. The event, currently housed at the historic Riverside Church in New York City, attracts a diverse audience from New York City and the tri-state area representing the cultural mosaic of artists, collectors, art enthusiasts, educators, students and professionals. The show runs from February 7 – 10, 2013, with a salute to the late Honorable Percy E. Sutton, one of Harlem’s most prominent political, civil rights, and business leaders kicking off on February 7. This year, HFAS expands to a four-day exposition and will include a series of events and activities. All of the events will take place at 91 Claremont Avenue (between 121st and 122nd Streets) in Harlem.