Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and Media Preview for
Ocean Wonders: Sharks! at WCS’s New York Aquarium
Thursday, June 28
Media Call Time - 10am
Coney Island, NY – June 18, 2018 – The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) is holding a ribbon cutting at 11 a.m., Thursday, June 28, 2018, for the opening of the Donald Zucker and Barbara Hrbek Zucker Ocean Wonders: Sharks! exhibit at the New York Aquarium.
Members of the media are invited to attend the ribbon cutting ceremony and preview the new exhibit.
RSVP Required: Call or email Max Pulsinelli at firstname.lastname@example.org or 571-218-7601.
The event is not open to the public. The public opening is 10 a.m. Saturday, June 30. See full news release about the grand opening here.
The opening of Ocean Wonders: Sharks! is a transformative moment for the New York Aquarium. The exhibit inspires awe and admiration for sharks as keystone species in the world’s ocean. Sharks are top predators, help to regulate the populations of other species, and a vital balance to a healthy ocean.
The opening ribbon cutting ceremony of the Donald Zucker and Barbara Hrbek Zucker Ocean Wonders: Sharks! exhibit at the WCS New York Aquarium.
Cristián Samper, WCS CEO and President
Jim Breheny, WCS Executive Vice President of Zoos & Aquarium and Director of the Bronx Zoo
Jon Forrest Dohlin, WCS Vice President and Director of the New York Aquarium
Sue Chin, Vice President of Planning & Design and Chief Architect
City, State, Federal officials TBA
11 a.m. Thursday, June 28, 2018
Media are asked to arrive 9:30 a.m. to 10 a.m.
All cameras must be in place by 10:30 a.m.
Program is from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Tours and interview opportunities will follow.
WCS New York Aquarium, 602 Surf Avenue, Brooklyn, New York
A NY Aquarium team member will direct you upon entering.
Contact Max Pulsinelli at 571-218-7601 upon arrival.
Contact and RSVP:
Max Pulsinelli – (c) 571-218-7601; email@example.com
Coffee and light breakfast will be available before the ceremony.
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