Grab 2 friends and play golf with Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg.
Michael R. Bloomberg is the 108th Mayor of the City of New York. He was first elected in November 2001, two months after the terrorist attacks of 9/11, a time when many believed that crime would return, businesses would flee, and New York might take decades to recover. Instead, through hundreds of innovative new policies and initiatives, Mayor Bloomberg has made New York City safer, stronger, and greener than ever.
Today, compared to 2001, crime is down by more than 30 percent. The welfare rolls are down nearly 25 percent. High school graduation rates are up more than 40 percent since 2005. Ambulance response times are at record lows. Teen smoking is down more than 50 percent. More than 730 acres of new parkland have been added. The Mayor's economic policies have helped New York City avoid the level of job losses that many other cities experienced during the national recession. And since October 2009, New York has added as many private sector jobs as the next ten largest U.S. cities combined.
Donated By: Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg