Industry Brains hold party in Dream Hotel’s Ava Lounge

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Industry Brains threw a bash at the Ava Lounge, located in New York's
Dream Hotel on 55th street.

I saw a lot of familiar faces partying it up - Joe Moran, Elke Wong and
Michael Mire to name a few. The party started at about 6:30 pm, but
people started pouring in a lot earlier than that.

It was open bar, so imagine how fast people "got loose."

Pizza was passed around and the music was blasting.

The Ava Lounge is really very nice. It is located on the top floor of
the hotel and has a phenomenal view.

People were having a good time dancing, mingling and enjoying the view
from the balcony which wraps around the side of the lounge.

All-in-all it was great fun and I would like to thank Industry Brains
for including me! (Thanks Elke!!)

-- Posted by Giselle Abramovich
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