It seems that 99% of the citizens in the United States of America want to point at the upper class and declare that they are the cause of all the evils and social ills that we see in society today. While many of the hedge fund managers and chief executive officers are probably to blame for the economic meltdown we saw in 2008, Omar Boraie is not one of those people, and he is a wonderful man who helps his fellow man.
Omar Boraie is known as the prodigal father of New Brunswick, New Jersey. He was born and raised in the city of New Brunswick and longed to make that city reach its potential. During a time of discovering himself, he traveled throughout the continent of Europe. He saw the great capitals of Germany, England, France, and Spain and long to have New Brunswick, New Jersey become that influential.
When he returned to New Brunswick, he began working in four areas to help make New Brunswick a thriving city.
He first began working on the family atmosphere of the city. He wanted New Brunswick to be a community where people know each other even though the city is as big as it is. He began hosting community events such as the seven weeks of free movies. He covered the omission and concession cost of Disney and DreamWorks movies the families would be able to connect with one another and build friendships. Check out Press of Atlantic City to know more.
The second thing he began working on was the job situation in New Brunswick. He was able to bring new jobs to the area by selling corporate factories for a deficit in order to get profit later when they pay taxes. He also was able to keep jobs in the area when he convinced the corporate leaders of Johnson & Johnson to remain in New Brunswick. For more details visit Crunchbase.
The third thing he began working on was the priorities of the power elites in New Brunswick. He knew that he needed the Mayor and the President of Rutgers University and the leaders of many nonprofits to allied together to forge a path of New Brunswick.
The fourth thing he began working on was bringing back the middle class. He brought the middle class back by giving them class A office space and the real estate for a middle-class cost. This offer was so irresistible that families came in by the droves.