Planning Your Bell Ceremony at NYSE
The Opening and Closing Bell ceremonies at the New York Stock Exchange provide a unique platform to generate exposure for your company or celebrate a corporate milestone. Your ceremony will be featured on the NYSE Euronext website and on television networks such as CNBC, Bloomberg TV and Fox Business News, reaching millions of viewers worldwide.
4 Steps to Your Bell Ceremony
Read helpful information about submitting a guest list, security procedures, dress code and making an agenda for your bell ringing ceremony.
Hang your company banners and logos on the NYSE facade and maximize the publicity power of your big event.
Our specialists will help you harness our wide array of media opportunities, including logo display and in-house photography.
Review sample opening and closing bell schedules, and follow our checklist to ensure your event goes off without a hitch.
Take It to the Street
This high-profile intersection of Broad Street and Wall Street is just the place to host a larger promotion in conjunction with a Bell Ceremony. Find out how you can take advantage of our unique location to promote your brand.
Located in the heart of the Financial District, the New York Stock Exchange can provide a unique setting for your next corporate function or special event. Discover how you can experience the excitement and tradition of the exchanging world.
Recent Featured Bells
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Exar Corporation designs, develops and markets high-performance, analog mixed-signal integrated circuits and advanced sub-system solutions for a wide range of markets.
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Directions to NYSE
Subway: 2/3 to Wall St.; 4/5 to Wall St./Broadway; J/Z to Broad St./Wall St., R/W to Rector St.
Path Trains: Hoboken-World Trade Center, Newark-World Trade Center
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70 Greenwich Street (Between Rector & Edgar St.)
Wall Street Parking
45 Wall Street (Entrance on Exchange Place)