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Omar Boraie is living proof that not all within the 1% are evil people. At a time when the citizens of the United States of America are about to rise up and take down chief executive officers, as well as corporate leaders, Omar Boraie gives us hope that some of them still have a soul and deep down are good people.

Omar Boraie has spent 40 years of his 72 on earth reviving the city of New Brunswick. As we go throughout this article, you will be able to see into the heart of this fatherly man.

The Press of Atlantic City, published an article describing how Omar Boraie was able to create a free movie night series for the people of New Brunswick. Partnering with the State Theater, Omar Boraie originally provided one movie for one night. However, this outreach was so widely accepted by the people of New Brunswick that it became an annual thing. In addition to this, over time, Omar Boraie would spread out to a two-month period where a new movie was shown every weekend. This allowed 7500 people to be in attendance.

After this, Omar Boraie began by helping the unemployment rate in New Brunswick go down. He thought the best way to do that would be to secure jobs in the area and stop corporations from leaving. By entering into negotiations with the city Mayor and the corporate leaders of Johnson & Johnson, they were able to come up with a tax plan that allowed the corporations to stay.

Omar Boraie then took the time to form a powerful think tank made up of the strongest people in New Brunswick. This coalition was made up from editors of the newspaper, corporate leaders, and the President of Rutgers University. Working in harmony, they brought new wealth back to the city. Check out pressofatlanticcity to see more.

Omar Boraie than began securing places so that the young professionals would come back to the city and raise families. He began by looking at the prices of surrounding cities. If he was going to compete, he would need to offer high-class office space for a price an upstart practice could afford. Omar Boraie then built New York style office spaces which was sold for a price you would pay in a rural town. This allowed young professionals to set up practice in the city and purchase a house in the suburbs which helped the economy.

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