Anthony Puccio better known by his rapidly growing fanbase and fans as Puccio, is co founder / co CEO of Divine Hospitality. Divine Hospitality host events with big name celebrities. They throw a lot of events for 21 and over and 18 and over since most of their clients attend college. They have a loyal massive fanbase that show up to all their events.
Anthony has been a night life promoter for two years and started from working in a club. With a focused entrepreneurial business mindset. Anthony started from the ground up and learned the business. Fast forward to now, and all his hard work and ability to be attentive to key details has paid off. He throws massive events and is currently working on a 2,000 person venue in Westchester County, NY, with performances from J.I The Prince Of NY, Aaron Reflex, & other major artist performing. Anthony shows no sign of slowing down as he ascends into one of the most known party performers around. Thousands of people have created life long memories from attending his events. There is a lot more to come for this young party titan.
Interview with Anthony Puccio
What is your real name & stage name?
Anthony Puccio but everyone calls me by my last name puccio.
Where are you from?
I’m from the beautiful town Harrison,NY in Westchester County.
What do you do?
I’m a co-founder and co-ceo at divine hospitality group based out of nyc. We host events with big name celebrities, some events are 21+ entry, but we focus on 18+ entry because most of our clients are in college.
How long have you been in your industry?
I’ve been in the nightlife industry for about 2 years now. I started as a promoter for big clubs in NYC and I took what I learned from that and implemented it into running my own events with my business partner.
What is your biggest accomplishment?
As of now my biggest accomplishment is hosting 2,000 people with multiple celebrity performances, with the help of my business partner Brain.
How has COVID affected you on your journey?
So I started promoting when the pandemic first happened and it was tough especially in NYC because there were a lot of restrictions, but we always found solutions.
What’s your next move?
My next move is to focus on 21+ venues as most of our clients are turning 21 within the upcoming years.
Are you working on any projects?
A project I’m working on now is a 2,000 person venue in Westchester County,NY, we have J.I the prince of NY performing so it’s gonna be a fun event for our college crowd.
Where do you see yourself in 1 year?
In 1 year I see myself hosting bigger events with bigger name celebrities, but everything takes time and I have the patiences for it.