South Metropolitan Business Association Luncheon - Presenation on Alliant Energy Center Updates

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Name: South Metropolitan Business Association Luncheon - Presenation on Alliant Energy Center Updates
Date: August 16, 2018
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:15 PM CDT
Mark Clarke, Executive Director of Alliant Energy Center
Event Description:

Curious about what the Alliant Energy Center has in store for future updates? Or maybe what its economic impact is on the city? Then you don't want to miss this month's luncheon!

Please join us on Thursday, August 16, for a presentation by Scott Harrington of Vandewalle & Associates and Mark Clarke, Executive Director of AEC, speaking with us about Alliant Energy Center updates.

The Alliant Energy Center is a 164-acre campus consisting of the Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Exposition Hall, New Holland Pavilions, and Willow Island. AEC Executive Director, Mark Clarke, will describe the impacts the 500 annual events hosted by the AEC have on our local economy and quality of life. In addition, Mark and Scott Harrington, planning consultant with Vandewalle & Associates, will share the progress being made on the ongoing planning processes for transforming the AEC campus and surrounding properties into the region’s next great destination district.


  • Thursday, August 16, 2018
  • 12pm - 1:15pm
  • Breakwater (6308 Metropolitan Lane)

Registration is required and ends Tuesday, August 14.

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Breakwater, 6308 Metropolitan Lane, Monona
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Thursday, August 16, 12pm - 1:15pm
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Free for SMBA members and first time guests, $25 for recurring guests
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