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Mayor & Co. Executive to Announce New Way to Experience Milwaukee

More than 50,000 People Have Chosen a New Way to Experience Milwaukee

By - Dec 4th, 2012 01:34 pm

More than 50,000 People Have Chosen a New Way to Experience Milwaukee

It’s online, interactive, and gives users a virtual key to the city 365 days a year. Join VISIT Milwaukee, Mayor Tom Barrett and County Executive Chris Abele in the official launch of the only go-to, citywide guide of its kind for arts, sports and entertainment as Milwaukee joins the ranks of Boston, Philadelphia and more than 30 major cities nationwide.

WHAT: Official launch of a new virtual key to the city

WHY: For those who plan ahead or those who want the freedom of deciding last-minute, there’s never been an easier way to enjoy everything Milwaukee has to offer!

WHERE: Marcus Center – 2nd Floor Anello Atrium, above main lobby

Parking: At no charge in the Marcus Center parking structure. Tell the attendant that you are there for the VISIT Milwaukee event in the Atrium.

WHEN: Wednesday, December 5, 2012

8:15 a.m. Comments from County Executive Chris Abele, Mayor Tom

Barrett, President of the Marcus Center Paul Mathews and VISIT Milwaukee President & CEO Paul Upchurch

Interview Opportunities: County Executive Chris Abele

Mayor Tom Barrett

Paul Mathews, President, Marcus Center of the Performing Arts

Paul Upchurch, President & CEO, VISIT Milwaukee

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