(the following is a sponsored post from New York Life)
The Syracuse Orange’s NCAA Tournament fate will potentially be decided in Brooklyn this week. After going (18-13, 10-8) during the regular season, SU earned the eighth seed in the ACC Tournament, which means a matchup with the Miami Hurricanes to start with on Wednesday. Win that, and they’re off to play North Carolina in the quarterfinals.
Many of you will probably be at Barclays Center for the proceedings, and (good news!) TNIAAM will be joining you there as well!
For this year’s ACC Men’s Basketball Tournament, we’re excited to work with New York Life – title sponsor of the event – to support their “Be Good at Life” campaign. We (specifically, I) will be providing “expert” guidance and exclusive, behind-the-scenes access, starting Thursday (please don’t mess this up for us, Syracuse…).
New York Life’s “Be Good At Life” campaign is all about what the company aspires to do: help people become fully capable of managing their finances, so that they are free to enjoy what matters most in life.
So just like a humble blogger like myself might not be the best at helping you with your finances, New York Life might not be your go-to for college basketball expertise. That’s why they’re working with folks like myself (and some other familiar #goacc faces for those on Twitter) for guidance during the ACC Tournament.
As always, we’ll have analysis and reactions to the action here and on @NunesMagician (as well as my own feed, @JohnCassillo). We’ll also be including some additional, in-person fun that should complement our usual tomfoolery around here pretty well.
If you’re in Brooklyn, keep an eye out. We’ll be capturing some cool video content in and around Barclays Center during the week. I’ll probably be wearing a shirt that indicates I’m working with New York Life. But we’ve known each other long enough. You’d probably recognize me (maybe not, minus the ALL CAPS yelling in the comments section during football games?).
Looking forward to seeing a lot of you in Brooklyn this week. And for those not in attendance, we’ll still have plenty to share here and on social media.
New York Life is your trusted guide to helping you with your finances – and they believe in providing the expert guidance needed to help you manage your finances and ultimately “Be Good At Life.”
To learn more about how to “Be Good at Life” during the ACC Tournament, follow us -- @NunesMagician or @NewYorkLife – and #GoodAtLife on social media for real-time updates this weekend from the ACC Tournament.