First, Sean Avery got out of the restaurant business by selling Warren 77 and Tiny's, now it looks like he might be out of the fashion industry as the ad agency he was partners in, Lipman, closed suddenly yesterday leaving dozens of employees out on the street.
Apparently, possible financial problems at Revolate, the agency’s parent run by 36-year-old Andrew Spellman, a former Goldman Sachs executive, led to Lipman’s demise.
...no restaurants? No fashion agency? Rangers lacking some grit? Can you say comeback?
H/T to reader Fleisch.
Last month it was rumored that Avery was engaged to Bravo's "Watch What Happens Live" host Andy Cohen.
Cohen has denied the engagement, but says he would love to "bang" Avery.
Once a Ranger always a Ranger... and last time I checked... he definitely was a Ranger calm down people... he is not coming back...
We've put a man on the moon, split the atom and have developed things like plastic and transparent aluminum yet homophobia rages on. Nice.
HAHA, loopholes... gotta love em
"The ad agency he was partners in, Lipman, closed suddenly yesterday leaving dozens of employrees out on the street"
Man that's rough. Well, at least if they're on the street they can just hop into their new Mercedes and drive back home and maybe go on a vacation arond the world to help them deal with the emotional stress of being laid off.
hahahahaha LIPMAN! I guess Avery chose the name! hahahahahah
Anyone that is interested.... JUST WOW
I don't know, has anyone seen the YouTube video of Lindberg trash talking? He might be Avery's replacement.
Maybe he's planning to open a fashion gay bar/restaurant and thought these would be conflicts of interests. Today's special is a Sloppy Seconds Saute of Vogue Veal Chops, with Stonewall Protest Potatoes, a Rainbow Remoulade!
Thought of this chump today. Still love the way he plays hockey. A few good bounces and a little less fooling around and he'd be a 2nd line forward in the NHL still. As it is, the KHL is always looking for washed up NHL'ers.
If an Engineer builds a hundred bridges in his day but sucks one D**k. He's not known as a bridge builder.
All players should tuck there jerseys in too. That rule is ridiculous. The NHL is likely doing this to attract companies in to advertise on NHL jerseys. Fans can't see logos if the players jersey is tucked. A McD's logo does not belong anywhere near a NY Rangers jersey. It's a brand of its own. I don't see McDonalds with Virizon logos in their stores.
@FREE LINDBERG This is great!
@JMK8363 Even more of a reason!!!!!
@GLENsatherVSglennDANZIG You are on fire!
@GLENsatherVSglennDANZIG Not that there's anything wrong with it.