All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Empire State Building’

2015 Mustang to Top the Empire State Building

The 2015 Ford Mustang will hit dealerships sometime this fall, but before it goes on sale the car will be making an impressive journey to the top of New York’s most famous skyscraper. Ford this week announced that it will be placing a 2015 Mustang on the observation deck of the Empire State Building. The stunt is one that commemorates …

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Ford Mustang Celebrates 50th Anniversary at Empire State Building

Two modern American icons will come together when the latest generation of the Mustang convertible appears on the top of the Empire State Building in April to celebrate 50 continuous years of production of the Pony car by Ford. The new, 2015 Ford Mustang convertible will be on display on the 86th floor observatory in the Empire State Building. The …

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Watch the Empire State Building’s Fancy New LED Light Show

New York City’s famous landmark, the Empire State Building, is used to being lit up for events – Christmas, Election Day, St. Patrick’s Day, etc. But it’s never seen anything quite like this. The tower now has a new LED lighting system. “The state-of-the-art dynamic lighting system from PCK is unique to ESB and allows customized light capabilities from a …

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Lightning Strikes New York’s Empire State Building

Lightning pictures are always a great sight to see, especially at night or in low-light scenes. Today, Twitter user @KeithOlbermann shared a picture with the rest of the world that is so captivating, it is starting to become viral around the Twitterverse. Have you ever seen a bolt of lightning strike the top of the Empire State Building in New …

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The Empire State Building Joins Facebook And Twitter

The iconic Empire State Building (ESB) has made a move into social media with the launch of a Facebook Page and a Twitter account.

On Facebook, people can post comments, share their photos, view images taken by others, purchase tickets and receive news about the building.

On Twitter, people can follow the ESB Observatory for real-time updates.


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