A Spring Break After We’ve Graduated From College — Why Not?

Two New York City entrepreneurs have introduced a new concept they say is long overdue — After College Spring Break.

New York, NY (PRWEB) October 16, 2006 — Two New York City entrepreneurs have introduced a new concept they say is long overdue — After College Spring Break.

Happy Hour, Joe’s Bar, Anytown, USA. A handful of stockbrokers, account executives, and attorneys in their mid to late twenties are getting wasted and sharing “Remember When” stories. After the third round of drinks, Roger turns to Charlie and says, “Remember those girls from Florida that we met on spring break our senior year of college? How old do you think they really were?”

A scene like this one was the inspiration behind After College Spring Break®. Mike Russell observed this and decided it was time for college graduates to have a spring break they can call their own.

“We need a real spring break, a spring break for people our own age, and we need it a helluva lot more than any college kids. I mean, we actually work for a living,” says Russell, who insists this year’s After College Spring Break® is going to be “The party of the millennium.”

“When you graduate from college, and get a nine to five job, it suddenly gets hard to meet new people your own age. We planned After College Spring Break® so young professionals from all over the U.S. can meet, for one week, and have a great time. We thought Cabo San Lucas would be nice for our kick off trip. Wanna come?” says Russell.

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