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A client gave me some VIP passes to the draft. What actually goes on at Radio City? WHat can I expect? Is this an appropriate outing for my 10-year old son, or is it a long and boring day better suited to bringing an adult to get boozed up? :confused:

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A client gave me some VIP passes to the draft. What actually goes on at Radio City? WHat can I expect? Is this an appropriate outing for my 10-year old son, or is it a long and boring day better suited to bringing an adult to get boozed up? :confused:

It's kinda long and boring. Go boozed.

*note im only 22, and immature at that. My opinion may be invalid*

Honestly though, there is a crap load of down time, and it can get

pretty boring.

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I've always wanted to go. Isn't it free?

For everything but the VIP passes.

Two years ago, the NFL instituted a VIP policy that includes Food, Drink & autograph opportunities for a set fee.

I believe it was $350.00 per person but that also included 3 days of an NFL experience.

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