Hospitality’s Finest Provider of Premium Sound will Enhance the Flavor of Events at ASPIRE One World Observatory on the 102nd Floor of One World Trade Center
Essential Communications, provider of premium sound and entertainment systems that elevate dining and hospitality experiences, is sponsoring the 2023 Food Network New York City Wine and Food Festival (NYCWFF), to be held October 12-15 in venues throughout the city. All of the Festival’s net proceeds will continue to support God’s Love We Deliver, the New York City metropolitan area’s only provider of medically tailored meals and nutrition counseling for individuals living with severe illness.
Signing on as a sponsor for the ASPIRE One World Observatory venue on the 102nd floor of One World Trade Center, Essential Communications is enhancing the festival experience with top-tier audio systems for special events on October 13 and 14:
- Asian Bites & Karaoke Nights presented by Gekkeikan, hosted by Esther Choi and
- Baking Championship: Fall Flavors, hosted by Duff Goldman and Carla Hall
- Steak & Whiskey, presented by Mohegan Sun hosted by Robert Irvine
“We are honored to curate the sonic flavor of the ASPIRE New York events and support the NYCWFF,” said David Schwartz, Owner and President of Essential Communications. “It’s a thrill to participate in such a spectacular event that showcases New York’s legendary hospitality industry and its incredible passion for serving others and creating community.”
Long established as a valuable partner to New York City’s most famed dining establishments, Essential Communications continues to foster the growth of the culinary scene. “We’ve worked with New York’s most distinguished restaurants and chefs to create memorable dining moments throughout our decades serving this market,” Schwartz said. “We are passionate believers in the way sound complements and adds just the right spice to the culinary aspirations of our clients.”
By sponsoring the NYCWFF, Essential Communications furthers its commitment to the improvement of flavor with better sound. “Our field research has shown us that audio quality absolutely affects taste. Great music makes for an even better meal.”
To purchase tickets, visit www.nycwff.org.