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Veteran Boxing Publicist Steve Flynn Partners With JEG

Langdon Flynn Communications today announced an agreement with Justice Entertainment Group (JEG). The two companies will combine their forces to promote and publicize sporting and entertainment events in Las Vegas and beyond.

“Justice Entertainment Group is at the forefront of the sports and entertainment industries in Las Vegas and we are thrilled to announce this partnership with them,” said Steve Flynn, Partner and Co-Founder of Langdon Flynn Communications.

“They are involved in every facet of the entertainment industry. From individual artist management, international and domestic artist touring, venue management, professional boxing/MMA, theater, production and premiere sporting events we feel that they will provide the complete package Las Vegas and the entertainment industry in this town needs. We greatly look forward to this partnership.”

"We are thrilled to have the Langdon Flynn team by our side to represent our business interests as we continue to grow the JEG Sports and Entertainment content,” said JEG President and COO Daren Libonati.

The two companies have already begun working together to promote two amazing events in Las Vegas sports. On October 15 JEG will present the “Champion Tennis Series”, a tennis event that will take place at The Thomas and Mack Center featuring John McEnroe, Andre Agassi, Pete Sampras and Michael Chang.

In addition, JEG recently announced the Vegas Winter Kick, the largest soccer event in Las Vegas history, featuring the New York Cosmos at Sam Boyd Stadium on February 25, 2012.

JEG Chairman and CEO Susan Joseph said, “We are pleased to announce our new affiliation with Langdon Flynn. We feel it is a much needed and welcomed addition to our JEG team.”

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