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Public invited to ‘Meet the Media’

Celebrity bartenders will help Milwaukee Press Club celebrate its 130th anniversary

By - Oct 15th, 2015 10:18 am

Have you ever wanted to bend the ear of the publisher or editor of your favorite local news publication? Have you ever wanted to drink a cold beverage with your favorite television news anchorperson or your favorite radio newscaster? Have you ever wanted to exchange quips with your favorite political commentator, editorial writer or publisher? This is your chance!

The Milwaukee Press Club will celebrate its 130th anniversary on Thursday, Dec. 3, 2015, in style by giving southeastern Wisconsin residents the opportunity to meet and greet local media celebrities at a “Meet the Media” event.

Attendees will then be entertained by more than 40 “celebrity bartenders” – professionals from nearly all of the area’s media outlets, as well as various community leaders and company leaders throughout the region.

Corporate Sponsors:

Presenting Sponsor:
Mueller Communications Inc.

Supporting Sponsor:
We Energies

Event Details: The Milwaukee Press Club’s 130th Anniversary “Meet the Media” event will take place Thursday, Dec. 3, from 5:00 to 8 p.m., at the Newsroom Pub, home to the Milwaukee Press Club located at 137 E. Wells St., in downtown Milwaukee.

Please RSVP: The event is free and open to the public.  Advanced registration is required and may be done online at  Please contact Joette Richards at the Milwaukee Press Club at with any questions or call (262) 894-2224.

Special thanks to the Safe House/Newsroom Pub, home of the Milwaukee Press Club, for hosting Meet the Media.  Think of the Newsroom Pub for your next private party!  MPC members can book a room at no charge (based on availability). The Newsroom Pub has FREE wireless internet service compliments of the Safe House.

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