+ The founder of Aragon Entertainment Company, Mr Vincent Preziotti has worked in the Financial Services Industry in New York, and Los Angeles, California for over 25 years.
+ He graduated from Baruch College in New York, with a BA in Marketing. He later attended UCLA where he studied Motion Picture Production for over a year. After which he returned to New York attending The Commercial Theater Institute, where he graduated and moved on to produce several Easter Shows at the Ronald McDonald House and Gilda’s Club in New York.
+ He also consulted for the San Angelo Stock Show & Rodeo, the 6th largest Rodeo in the country, that year it was one of the largest attended Stock Show & Rodeo’s in their 75-year history.
+ Guided and managed individuals, business owners and catholic churches with their financial and insurance matters.
+ In 1987, he participated in HBO’s “Welcome Home Benefit” held in Wash, D.C. for Vietnam Veterans hosted by Martha Raye and John Ritter. He presented legendary “Godfather of Soul” James Brown with a plague on behalf of the Disabled American Veterans for his generosity and support for visiting Vietnam at his own costs to entertain the troops.
+ In 2000 at Landmark Education then located at the World Trade Center he headed up and led a team of 25 – 30 people creating and producing events for participants and their family and friends. These events were held every two months for three (3) years where there was no budget. He learned and became proficient in going out into the community in New York City and making requests of various business owners to making In-Kind contributions to insure successful events. Acquiring support from local Mom and Pop business’s to Ralph Lauren’s daughter Dylan Lauren – owner of Dylan’s Candy Bar.
+ In West Texas, he operated an Outdoor Cinema Theatre at Fort Concho Museum. Where he catered to showing good family quality films with a live performance of a skit from the film e.g.; Willy Wonker & The Chocolate Factory one of the staff dressed as Willy Wonker and entertained the children and handed out Willy Wonker chocolate bars before the show.
+ He revived the annual July 4th, Fireworks Show on Lake Nasworthy in San Angelo, Texas when the Goodfellow Air Force Base was unable to fund the annual event due to budget constraints. Fighting two wars over seas. The annual fireworks show was a gift to the citizens and Military personnel of San Angelo, Texas for over 40 years. The event was a success being the largest fireworks show ever presented in West Texas attended by more than 50,000 spectators. The fireworks show continues in part due to the genoristy and support of business owners and corporate sponsorships initiated by Mr. Preziotte and his team.
+ He also consulted for the San Angelo Stock Show & Rodeo, the 6th largest Rodeo in the country. Heading up a team to convert the “Old Cattle Barn Arena” – the original building that helped build the Rodeo into one of the largest attended Rodeo’s in the country. It was successfully transformed into a Live Venue with non-stop bands, performers, with a bar, food and live cable feed of the rodeo performances taking place across the midway on a large screen with a state of the art sound system.
+ He presented legendary “Godfather of Soul” James Brown with a plague on behalf of the Disabled American Veterans for his generosity and support for visiting Vietnam at his own expense to entertain the troops.
+ He was instrumental in going out into the community and influencing various business owners to making In-Kind contributions to ensure successful events.