Zohar Adner

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Zohar Adner is the founder of Big Hit Events,[1][2] one of North America’s biggest companies specializing in flash mobs. Working in entertainment and improvisation since 2001, Adner and Big Hit Events have created events for JP Morgan Chase, USPS, IBM, MSG/Cablevision, Tourism Board of Colombia, and Redbox. Big Hit Events also organizes special birthday and anniversary flash mobs, as well as unique marriage proposals.

Adner is the author of “The Gift of Stress”,[3] a cognitive/behavioral guide to redirecting energy trapped by stress, and the creator of the Seven R's of Stress Release® program. He was selected by The Late Show with David Letterman to participate in a segment on stress.[4][5] Adner is a member of the Applied Improvisation Network and is Co-Chair of the New York region.[6]

Zohar was a winning contestant on "Cash Cab".[7] He has been interviewed in USA Today,[8] NY Post,[9] and Woman's World[10]

He attended the first concert in Billy Joel’s 2014 residency at Madison Square Garden.