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Thursday, March 12, 2020
5:30pm— 7:30pm
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THE DOW (behind Dick O' Dows, in the Willits Alley)
160 W Maple Rd
Birmingham, MI 48009
United States
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Nessa Feller
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We pride ourselves not only in business leadership but also in civic leadership.  While some of us may feel the risk of COVID-19 is low and are happy to attend events in a group setting, we could inadvertently put ourselves and others at risk.

We want to get ahead of this by making sure we avoid putting our alumni in a large group gathering as it is not essential to do so.  By doing so, we play an important part in reducing the potential spread of the virus. 

We were thrilled with the number of RSVPs we received for this happy hour. Please note if you have paid and are unable to make the happy hour on the rescheduled date, we will refund your payment. 

Stay well . . .

Hosted by the Ross Business School and
Penn & Wharton Alumni Clubs

This special networking event provides an opportunity to meet alumni from other top business schools. Ross and Wharton are joining forces to host this event for alumni from the Harvard Business School, Chicago Booth School of Business, Yale School of Management, and NYU's Stern School of Business. Come join us for an exciting night of networking, good food, and fantastic company. Cost: $15 includes heavy appetizers.

For those not familiar with Birmingham, there are multiple convenient parking structures where you can park for up to 2 hours for free, as well as street parking.

NOTE:  This registration site is for alumni of Penn & Wharton.  If you are not a Penn & Wharton alum, please REGISTER HERE.

If you have any challenges with the website, please reach out to club president, Kapil Kedia.


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Map & Directions

THE DOW (behind Dick O' Dows, in the Willits Alley)

160 W Maple Rd, Birmingham, MI 48009, United States,
by public transit by car by bike Walking