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Hayman is taking the office to Costa Rica for some R & R

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August in Philadelphia can be a little hot and humid, but employees with Hayman Enterprises are about to get a nice reprieve from the summer dread, all thanks to Harry Hayman of Philadelphia.

All of the employees of Hayman Enterprises in Philadelphia Pa will get a trip to remember to Costa Rica later this summer for some fun, relaxation, and training.

“We leave near the end of summer and everyone is really looking forward to it.” said Harry Hayman.  “We’ve booked everyone’s flights and hotel and we’re getting ready to get out of dodge for a few days to let the machine reboot.”

Hayman told his employees the trip was a reward for all of their hard work and dedication that everyone puts in.

“We thought it was a little better than a $5 gift card and a pat on the back.”

Script Writing 101: November Update

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It’s great to see how something that was once a dream is actually coming to life! In this blog post, Script Writing 101, I  was just in the beginning stages of writing a script and now it is finished and actually on the verge of becoming a movie! Hayman Enterprises project manager for the script recently went to the American Film Market and showed some interested parties our screenplay and got commitments that put us at 40% of the projected budget!

Here are some details on the America Film Market:

The business of independent motion picture production and distribution – a truly collaborative process – reaches its peak every year at the American Film Market. Over 8,000 industry leaders converge in Santa Monica for eight days of deal-making, screenings, seminars, networking and parties. Participants come from over 80 countries and include acquisition and development executives, agents, attorneys, directors, distributors, festival directors, financiers, film commissioners, producers, writers, the world’s press all those who provide services to the motion picture industry.


Founded in 1981, the American Film Market (AFM) quickly became the premiere global marketplace where Hollywood’s decision-makers and trendsetters all gather under one roof. Unlike a film festival, the AFM is a marketplace where production and distribution deals are closed. In just eight days, more than $1 billion in deals will be sealed — on both completed films and those in every stage of development and production — making AFM the must-attend industry event.


The AFM transforms Santa Monica. The Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel is converted into a busy marketplace and all 29 screens on the Santa Monica Promenade and the surrounding community become AFM screening rooms.


Participants may view more than 700 screenings of approximately 400 films – 29 new films every two hours – the majority of them world or U.S. premieres. Titles range from big budget blockbusters that will be released by the major studios in the U.S., to lower budget art and genre films recognized at international film festivals, all destined for theaters and television around the world. With 8,000 attendees, 700 screenings, and the industry’s largest Conference series, the American Film Market continues to be the pivotal destination for independent filmmakers and business people from all over the world.

Credit: http://americanfilmmarket.com/about-afm/

Stay tuned for the revealing of the title!


The Hustle-Harry Hayman

Script Writing 101

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In addition to being a consultant, I’ve decided to write a script. Yeah I know, I do a lot! But I am really excited about sharing my experiences in this crazy food and entertainment industry. I decided to pick up this book to get me in the screen writer’s state of mind: On the Make: The Hustle of Urban Nightlife by David Grazian. It’s crazy how much I can relate to this book. I can’t wait to share some snippets of this screenplay with all of you! Till next time…


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The Antidote by Oliver Burkeman

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Today was a apretty good day today. I’ve been reading The Antidote by Oliver Burkeman. I woke up early this morning and went to Matthias Park (one of my favorite parks to go to). I decided this was the perfect place to finish reading this book. I will give a complete review of this book soon enough.

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Harry Hayman Joins SWIC

SWIC | New Position

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I’m excited about all of the new things that I am embarking on! I am proud that I am now an angel investor and board member of SWIC (Stand With Iraqi Christians). This organization helps Chrisitans in Iraq who have been persecuted for their beliefs.

I have met and formed a great relationship with the founder of the organization, Father Chris Bishop from Radnor, Pa.

For all of my friends who are looking at this and want more information on this organization you can go here: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/stand-with-iraqi-christians/

Til Next Time!

Harry Hayman


Hayman Supports New Art

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Bassist and composer Charles Mingus is one of the most celebrated and revered figures in American music. Whether at the bass or composing, Mingus’ music represents the best of jazz, a deep emotional connection, an infectious rhythmic pulse, and fascinating harmonies and melodies, all with the purpose of exploring the human condition and righting injustices.

After his death in 1979, Sue Mingus, Charles’ widow, made it her mission to be the steward of Charles’ legacy. Through the production of many records and managing bands dedicated to his music, and through educational initiatives in Mingus’ name, Sue ensured that Charles’ work would live on through the musicians, listeners, and students of today. In 2008, Jazz Standard began “Mingus Mondays”, in which the Mingus bands hold court every week and pay tribute to the maestro. Since its beginnings, Mingus Mondays have been one of our most popular nights, and have included some of the greatest musicians of our day. Its popularity was cemented when it won the Grammy award for Best Large Jazz Ensemble Album in 2010, a record that was recorded live on its home stage and produced by our artistic director, Seth Abramson.

Hayman Chosen to Help Market Chasing Trane

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Made with the support of the John Coltrane Estate and the record labels responsible for most of the Coltrane catalogue, and titled “Chasing Trane: The John Coltrane Documentary,” the film is directed John Scheinfeld (“The U.S. vs. John Lennon,” “Beautiful Dreamer: Brian Wilson” and more) and, as we learned today, is set to open in a limited theatrical release starting on April 14, 2017, at the IFC Center in New York City, after touring the international film festival circuit over the last year.

Produced by Scott Pascucci, John Beug and Dave Hardingare, “Chasing Trane” features never-before-seen Coltrane family home movies, footage of John Coltrane and band in the studio, hundreds of never-before-seen photographs and rare television appearances from around the world. It tells Coltrane’s incredible story – his own words spoken by Denzel Washington – incorporating the contributions of the musicians that worked with him (Sonny Rollins, McCoy Tyner, Benny Golson, Jimmy Heath, Reggie Workman), musicians that have been inspired by him (Common, John Densmore, Wynton Marsalis, Carlos Santana, Wayne Shorter, Kamasi Washington), Coltrane’s children and biographers, and by well-known admirers such as former US President Bill Clinton and Dr. Cornel West.

It is scored entirely with Coltrane’s music, thanks to the production team being granted unprecedented access to his entire catalog of recordings on Prestige, Blue Note, Atlantic, Pablo and Impulse; each composition carefully selected to support the emotional and uplifting content of scenes in the film where used.

Thom Powers, writing for the Toronto International Film Festival about the film when it premiered there, had this to say about it: “Scheinfeld makes inspired use of archival materials, animated murals, readings of Coltrane’s own words by Denzel Washington, and a wealth of new interviews Their testimonies are tremendously articulate but even so, there are moments when they fall speechless, reminding us that such powerful music touches something in us that is beyond words.”

Indeed, indeed.

The enigmatic John Coltrane died in 1967 at the very young age of 40, but his music lives on strong, and his massive influence still impacting decades later.

“Chasing Trane: The John Coltrane Documentary” opens in New York City at the IFC Center starting on April 14. Also associated is Harry Hayman of Philadelphia.

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Speakeasy Maybe?

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So the Divine Lorraine Hotel has been a mammoth presence in Philly for decades. I remember when I was in graduate school, I would drive past this structure and wonder what the experience must have been like when it was open. After researching, I was surprised to learn the rich history of this amazing, dilapidated structure.

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Hayman a part of the Food Connect Group of Philadelphia

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Harry Hayman of Philadelphia is inviting you to join the Meal Sponsor Program. It’s a simple way to make a BIG impact for those who need it most. It takes roughly $1 to support the cost of one meal. Almost all of the food that Food Connect deliveries gets eaten the same day or next. Your support will have an immediate impact because 100% of your donation will go directly towards distributing food to local shelters.

Why does it matter?
One in four Philadelphians are food insecure. Almost a third of households in Philadelphia are enrolled in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (food stamps). There are an estimated 700 food pantries and soup kitchens throughout Philadelphia and nearly 90% of food pantries either ran out of food or had to provide less to those in need at some point during the year. Many meal guests have experienced a recent job loss, medical emergency, or major home or auto repair that makes it impossible to make ends meet, and feed themselves and their families.

Food waste is the second biggest solid waste in the country (Environmental Protection Agency, 2014). Per the Environmental Protection Agency, 291,000 pounds of food is wasted monthly, making food waste the biggest occupant in America landfills. Moreover, 20 percent of perfectly edible food is tossed out every day in Philadelphia (Berman, 2016). At the same time, over 326,000 people, nearly 22 percent of Philadelphians at times lack access to enough food for a “healthy, active life” (Feeding America, 2014). This is the highest rate of food insecurity across the whole state, and almost twice the 12.7 percent country average rate of the United States (Coleman-Jensen, A, Rabbit, Gregory, & Singh, 2016). Almost a third of households in Philadelphia are enrolled in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program  (SNAP) (U.S. Bureau of the Census, 2017). There is an abundance of food waste AND an abundance of hunger.

There are simple steps that we can start taking today to offset some of these trends!

You can give back here….www.foodconnectgroup.com/give-back.html

Hayman a part of the North Broad Street Renaissance

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The North Broad Renaissance is a non-profit that will serve as a Special Service District (SSD) who’s primary role is to provide communication and information to city administrators and Council, neighborhood and community groups and others who are (or may) do business or development or other activities on North Broad, from City Hall to Germantown Avenue. In partnership with community stakeholders, we are looking to revitalize the community, create opportunity, and improve the economic power and overall quality of life along one of Philadelphia’s most prominent corridors – North Broad Street. Top priorities include:

  • Clean and safe corridors
  • Maintenance and landscaping
  • Marketing and communications
  • Street lighting

According to research, if they work well, neighborhood commercial corridors make an important contribution to community quality-of-life, especially in pedestrian and transit-dependent lower-income neighborhoods. As North Broad Street becomes a key area of development and revitalization, it’s critical that, collectively, we serve as partners where current and future stakeholders benefit from this revitalization. It’s no secret that this process can be challenging and can have its share of successes and failures, but we look forward to working with the community as we hold each other accountable for accomplishing this goal.

Harry Hayman of Philadelphia supports 100% and is a part of the North Broad Street Renaissance.



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Hayman Supports Philabundance

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Philabundance was created in 1984 with the simple belief that no man, woman or child should go hungry. We seek to drive hunger from our communities today and end hunger forever.

Harry Hayman of Philadelphia is a true believer in this charity.

There are three quarters of a million people in our service area who face hunger every day. Their stories are as diverse as the nine counties served by Philabundance: working families hit hard by the recession, women and children, seniors trying to make ends meet. The one thing they have in common is being part of a food system that desperately needs additional support.

We provide food to approximately 90,000 people per week – of which 30% are children and 15% are senior citizens – through our network of nearly 350 member agencies including food cupboards, shelters, emergency kitchens and more.

There is no quick fix, but by collaborating with fellow organizations, partners, donors and the public, we are working towards making nutritious food accessible to all.

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Hayman Supports Action Against Hunger

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“I wanted to make sure you saw the news that just came out of South Sudan.” explains Harry Hayman of Philadelphia.

First, the encouraging part: thanks to an intensive humanitarian response, famine is no longer occurring in the two affected counties of Unity State in South Sudan. That’s proof that emergency efforts work. 

Despite this progress, other regions of South Sudan are deteriorating at a shocking rate. A staggering 6 million people need urgent assistance right now—that’s an increase of one million people since famine was declared in February 2017. This is the greatest number of people experiencing extreme hunger ever recorded in South Sudan.

South Sudan is not the only country on the brink of famine—Nigeria, Somalia, and Yemen all remain in crisis, with 20 million people in jeopardy, according to the UN.

We’ve been working in these countries for decades, and we’re doing everything we can to prevent famine from occurring in them. Your support is a big part of how we’re able to make a difference and save lives. 

Here’s how you can help our emergency teams save lives: 

South Sudan
We are operating more than 25 nutrition sites and two treatment centers for children suffering from severe malnutrition. We are reaching 580,433 people with lifesaving emergency food assistance, safe water, and programs to prevent and treat malnutrition, as well as improve livelihoods.
We are helping more than 3.1 million people across northeast Nigeria. Thanks to donor support, our operations doubled in size in 2016 to meet growing needs. We are treating severely malnourished children, and protecting the health of pregnant women and nursing mothers; providing clean water and sanitation, and delivering emergency food and cash transfers to help displaced people purchase food or meet other urgent needs.Somalia
Since February 2017, in response to the crippling drought and threat of famine, we scaled up an emergency response that is now reaching more than 130,000 people with lifesaving treatment for severe malnutrition, emergency food assistance, and safe water. We’re also responding to a severe cholera outbreak with prevention and treatment services benefiting 40,000 people.Yemen
Despite access and security challenges, our teams have assisted a total of 222,159 people in four regions of Yemen. We are providing lifesaving treatment to severely malnourished children, improving families’ access to food, and delivering vital clean water and sanitation to communities. We are also now responding to the devastating cholera epidemic in Yemen that the UN recently called “the worst in the world.”

Please help us save more more children and families. Make a gift now. »

Famine is 100% preventable. Humanitarian aid has stopped it from spreading in South Sudan—for now—and we are doing everything we can to keep it that way.

At this critical moment, we need your support now more than ever before. Thanks for being there.


Harry Hayman

Hospitality Management Specialist with the Bynum Group

“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others”

Mahatma Gandhi

Our prime purpose in this life is to help others. And if you can’t help them, at least don’t hurt them.

Dalai Lama

Who Are We?

Hayman Enterprises premiere consultant firm focusing on launching new businesses and expanding existing businesses in the food and entertainment industry.  All projects accepted are purpose based with an eye towards benevolence.
Hayman Enterprises, based in Philadelphia, carries its founder Harry Hayman’s acumen and experience of offering fresh and authentic solutions in the fields of hospitality management, risk and loss prevention, marketing promotions, and brand activation. Harry Hayman is a well-known name in the hospitality and entertainment industry, having spent over 25 years in marketing, management and promotions for popular venues and events.
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