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In Chicago for IMTS? Join Our CEO Atop the City for a Cocktail to Close Your Day!

Posted on Sep 05, 2018 by Cullen Hikene

International Manufacturing Technology Show

The International Manufacturing Technology Show in Chicago is arguably the biggest event on the biannual trade show circuit for those on the lookout to buy big pieces of manufacturing equipment, every two years engineers, buyers, and operators descend on McCormick Place near the shores of Lake Michigan to take in the latest in manufacturing.

Cocktails/Coffee with Cullen

At 3Diligent, we think booth conversations are good, but a comfortable chat with a drink and a view is better!  To that end, our CEO, Cullen Hilkene, will be capping each day meeting at a couple of Chicago’s greatest high-altitude venues with 3Diligent customers, fabrication partners, and other interested parties for coffee or a cocktail. So if you and/or your team is interested in learning more about 3Diligent or catching up about past and future programs with Cullen (and doing so with a drink in hand a view of the Chicago skyline in front of you), schedule 30 minutes on his calendar as a perfect way to cap your day.

Where and When?

Cullen will be hosting meetings from 5 – 7:30 PM, so grab a time slot before they are gone.

Locations and time options are as follows:

  • Monday and Tuesday: Metropolitan Club – 233 South Wacker Drive, 67th Floor, Chicago, IL 60606. Time slots: 5:00, 5:30, 6:00, 6:30: 7:00
  • Wednesday and Thursday: Mid-America Club – 200 East Randolph Drive, 80th Floor, Chicago, IL 60601. Time slots: 5:00, 5:30, 6:00, 6:30: 7:00

Looking forward to seeing you in Chicago!

—The 3Diligent Team

P.S. Evening meetings don’t work for you, but would love to meet? Cullen may be opening a limited number of slots for coffee before the show starts, so let us know if that’s the case!

P.P.S. Please note that the dress code for the clubs is business casual.

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