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The most anticipated affiliate party of the year is back, he Affiliate Ball! Party promoter Darren Blatt is happy to announce that 11-time Grammy nominated hip-hop artist Busta Rhymes will be the headliner. Fresh off his recent signing with Cash Money Records, and his smash hit ” Look At Me Now,” Busta Rhymes is excited to be sharing his classic hits, as well as his new club bangers with all the attendees of this year’s Affiliate Summit!

As always, the Affiliate Ball plans on having many special surprise guests, as well as presenting more “AFFY Awards.”

The AFFY Awards are presented to a handful of affiliate industry peers in recognition for their outstanding Internet achievement. Last year’s Affiliate Ball had Ice-T & Coco hosting these fun awards. This year’s venue has the capacity for invited 1,000 guests, which makes this its smallest venue yet. If you will be attending this year’s Affiliate Summit, then you definitely want to RSVP as soon as possible to secure your ticket into this star-studded party.

Past artists of the Affiliate Ball include: Nelly, Big Boi of Outkast, Three 6 Mafia, Doug E Fresh, MixMaster Mike of the Beastie Boys, Ice-T and Coco, Sugar Hill Gang, Kurtis Blow, Coolio, and many more.

For current sponsorship opportunities, please contact info@affiliateball.com

The Affiliate Ball is the largest party in the online marketing community, and also an official party of the Affiliate Summit.

Headlining sponsors are SocietyInvite.com and OasisAds.com. For more information please visit the official website AffiliateBall.

Press release by Darren Blatt.

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