Rye Brook, New York (December 10, 2012) –Doral Arrowwood Conference Center, the premier meeting destination in the New York metro area, recently hosted its second live broadcast of Bloomberg Surveillance.Anchored by Tom Keene, host of Bloomberg Surveillance, and Joe Brusuelas, Senior Economist, the show featured an interview with renowned investment advisor and financial analyst Mario Joseph Gabelli.
“Doral Arrowwood is pleased to have hosted Bloomberg Surveillance in our state-of-the-art conference center for the second consecutive year,” said Steve Mabus, General Manager of Doral Arrowwood. “As a conference destination for business executives across the NY Metro Region and beyond, we are thrilled to serve as the stage for such prestigious business conversations.”
An investment advisor and financial analyst, Gabelli serves as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Rye-based GAMCO Investors, Inc., a NYSE-listed company and recognized provider of investment advice to alternative investments, mutual funds, institutional and high net worth investors.During the interview, Gabelli shared insights on the fiscal cliff and markets in 2013 with an exclusive audience of Bloomberg insiders and special guests.
During the interview, Keene, Brusuelas and Gabelli touched on the housing market, the climate for mergers and acquisitions, buyer confidence in the markets, job creation in the current economy, the country’s economic infrastructure, and corporate tax structure in the U.S. and abroad, among other topics.During the broadcast, attendees were also given the opportunity to pose questions to Gabelli.Topics ranged from predictions for the future of major U.S. companies who have faced financial hardship/ceased operations and forecasting inquiries on which industries posed the largest recovery potential for the U.S. economy.
The broadcast was followed by a cocktail reception for the audience, hosts and panelists.
About Doral Arrowwood
Doral Arrowwood, located just 45 minutes north of Manhattan and five minutes away from the Westchester County Airport, provides both business executives and leisure travelers alike the ultimate in privacy at an unsurpassed location. The property is nestled on 114 wooded acres. Guests can enjoy a wide range of activities including golf, tennis and racket sports. The hotel offers 370 guest rooms (including seven suites), three distinct restaurants, a spectacular indoor-outdoor pool and state-of-the-art sports center with spa services. The facility boasts 33 custom-built meeting rooms and an elegant 6,500 square foot grand ballroom for corporate and special events. To learn more, visit www.DoralArrowwood.com