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H.E. Eva Nowotny, Ambassador of Austria to the U.S., Rings the NASDAQ Opening Bell
January 25, 2008 - Times Square, New York
About this Marketsite Event:
H.E. Eva Nowotny, Ambassador of Austria to the U.S., presides over the opening bell in celebration of the U.S.-Austria Chamber of Commerce Viennese Opera Ball to be held on Friday, January 25th in New York City. This year's fund raiser will donate all proceeds to CARE.

For more information please visit www.vienneseoperaball.us.

The earliest Viennese Opera Balls can be traced to the late 18th century and reached their zenith in the brilliant balls and receptions held during the 1814 Congress of Vienna. They were commemorated in history with the observation that "The Congress didn't sit, it danced."

Today, the Viennese Opera Ball remains an international social landmark. The January 2008 Ball in New York will mark the 53rd consecutive Viennese Opera Ball held under the auspices of the U.S.-Austrian Chamber of Commerce. Founded by Austrian immigrants, the U.S.-Austrian Chamber of Commerce continues to support the business and commercial interests of the U.S.-Austrian community. The establishment of the non-profit Viennese Opera Ball in New York became the perfect way of preserving the memory of the Vienna and the culture that they loved.

Press Inquiries Only:
Organizations interested in obtaining NASDAQ-listed company bell ringing ceremony photographs for press purposes, must first receive approval from the listed company before requesting photographs from NASDAQ. Please provide the company contact information from whom you received approval to Jolene Libretto at jolene.libretto@nasdaq.com. Kindly credit © 2008, The Nasdaq Stock Market, Inc. Reprinted with permission.

Other Photography Inquiries:
For all other photography inquiries, please contact NASDAQ’s photographer, Rob Tannenbaum at rob.tannenbaum@nasdaq.com.

© 2008, The NASDAQ OMX Group, Inc. Reprinted with permission.