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[November 13, 2012]

Free birthday party planner launches new website with more venues, less stress for all users

Nov 12, 2012 (PRNewsChannel.com via COMTEX) -- As the largest free birthday planning service in New York City, BirthdayPartyBooker.com announces website re-launch featuring more venues and increased social media integration PR NewsChannel NEW YORK To celebrate its fifth year in business, BirthdayPartyBooker.com is throwing its own birthday party and adding New York City nightlife to the guest list. Featuring more than 100 of New York's most popular bars, nightclubs and restaurants, the party event website has made it easier than ever to plan a birthday party or special event in New York without spending a single dollar or blowing up a single balloon.

BirthdayPartyBooker.com is the largest free birthday and event planning service in New York City. Simply choose the venue of your choice and BirthdayPartyBooker.com takes care of the rest, allowing each client to enjoy their own party without the stress of planning, hosting or mopping up.

Signing up through the website is free and open to everyone over the age of 21. Each party is assigned a birthday specialist that does all the work for you, from selecting the food and bar menu to preparing the venue. With each booking comes the complete party package, including the ability to have each guest skip the line and get in with no cover. Each party also receives complimentary alcohol and other party perks depending on the location chosen.

The faster, cleaner website has been completely redesigned with more venues to chose from, an easier booking process and improved Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest integration that allows for faster venue sharing with friends and high resolution photo galleries from your fun-filled night. BirthdayPartyBooker.com can help anyone be a potential promoter, by compensating those who refer their friends to the free service or share their best party photos.

Birthday Party Booker was launched in January of 2009 and has grown to not only become an industry pioneer but also the recognized leader. Planning over 50 birthdays a weekend and employing a team of event planning specialists, Birthday Party Booker is undoubtedly the largest player in Manhattan online event planning. AThe free service has realized so much success in New York that the company is looking to expand their worry-free party planning services to other cities across the nation.

"We've planned thousands upon thousands of parties in New York, and we want people in cities across the country to enjoy their big night without having to worry about cost or planning," said Ryan Alovis, President of ArkNet Media, the company behind BirthdayPartyBooker.com and other successful online businesses, including MagazineDiscountCenter.com and LensDirect.com.A A"Thanks to our acquired experience in New York we are preparing to expand our service to other cities including Los Angeles, Boston and Chicago in the coming year." About ArkNet Media: ArkNet Media is an interactive agency in Valley Stream, NY, that owns and operates a series of successful online companies.A Founded by Ryan Alovis in 2005, ArkNet found its way into the Long Island Business News' 40 under 40 list just five years later after garnering respect for its fast-growing businesses such as Magazine Discount Center, Lens Direct and Your Secure Home. Along with providing premier service for its clients, ArkNet Media is dedicated to charitable giving. Since 2006, the organization has raised more than $250,000 for the Silver Lining Society, which raises awareness and funding for pediatric cancer research.

MEDIA CONTACT Jason Reese Director of Strategic Marketing Email: Jason@arknetmedia.com Phone: 800-898-5367 Fax: 516-561-9499 Direct link: http://www.prnewschannel.com/2012/11/12/free-birthday-party-planner-launches-new-website-with-more-venues-less-stress-for-all-users/ SOURCE: ArkNet Media 1

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