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SMBA Luncheon - "CONNECT MADISON Economic Development Strategy"

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Name: SMBA Luncheon - "CONNECT MADISON Economic Development Strategy"
Date: March 16, 2017
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:15 PM CDT
Event Description:
This month we are excited to have Dan Kennelly of the City of Madison present "CONNECT MADISON Economic Development Strategy".

The City of Madison recently created the CONNECT MADISON Economic Development Strategy as a blueprint for strategies and projects the city will purse to grow a stronger and more inclusive local economy.  The presentation will include an overview of the process of creating the strategy, a summary of economic data that is shaping Madison's economy, and an overview of the strategy's five "Priority 1 Projects" that the city expects to implement over the next five to ten years. 

Please note the registration procedure:
We require everyone to register online, and you can register your attendance on our Home page or Meetings page.

Please note the fee policy:
The non-member price to attend the networking, lunch, and feature presentation is just $20, which can be paid at the door the day of the event.  There is no fee for first-time guests invited by a South Metropolitan Business Association member, and recurring guests are just $20 for their lunch.  The annual membership investment is $160, which includes these monthly events.  Payment of cash or check is required at the door.

Please register your attendance no later than TUESDAY, March 14, at NOON
Location:
Breakwater, 6308 Metropolitan Lane, Monona
Date/Time Information:
Thursday, March 16, 12pm - 1:15pm
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Fees/Admission:
Please note the fee policy:
The non-member price to attend the networking, lunch, and feature presentation is just $20, which can be paid at the door the day of the event.  There is no fee for first-time guests invited by a South Metropolitan Business Association, and recurring guests are just $20 for their lunch.  The annual membership investment is $160, which includes these monthly events.  Payment of cash or check is required at the door.
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