USSE Corp. closes on five new projects

July 03, 2009 - United States Of America

Union Square Sports and Entertainment (USSE Corp.) trading as symbol "CXAR" closes on five new projects spanning amateur and professional sports, fashion, media and retail.

Partnering with a number of industry leaders, USSE has been tapped to provide varied services including production, sales and brand development for: an event at the 80th MLB All-Star Week in St. Louis mid July; a Georges St. Pierre booth at the UFC(R) Fan Expo(TM), starting July 10th and leading up to the historic fights on July 11th in Las Vegas; two new college football radio programs on American Family National Radio this fall featuring legendary football coach and former ESPN sports analyst Mike Gottfried; and a market research study for H.W. Carters and Sons, a 150 year old American apparel company.

In addition, USSE will be consulting for the 2011 World Police and Fire Games to be held in New York City beginning late August. USSE will assist in developing and negotiating all domestic and international media contracts, coordinating operations and logistics and executing all media platforms. 20,000 police and firefighters from 70 different countries compete in 65 sports in an Olympic style competition. The games will also mark the 10th anniversary of 9/11.

"The company's founding principle of establishing a strong presence in the collegiate sports and overall entertainment spaces continues to be validated by our most recent addition of top tier clients and the creation of integrated media and production properties. Today's business climate has created a natural opportunity to bring partners together across multiple platforms that benefit all parties," says USSE CEO Gary Cioffi.