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Red Wings Game with the AIAM Board of Directors
Date: January 25, 2024
Location: Little Caesar’s Arena
The Aerospace Industry Association of Michigan (AIAM) is excited to invite you to join our board of directors on Thursday, January 25, 2024 to watch the Detroit Red Wings take on the Philadelphia Flyers at Little Caesar’s Arena! This event is open to AIAM members until January 4th. If you are an AIAM Member and did not receive a registration link for this event, please contact email@example.com.
We have reserved an Upper Gondola Box for the evening and there are a limited number of seats available. Be sure to secure your spot today before registration is opened for non-members on January 4th, 2024. Those in attendance will have access to the club bar and concessions. Seats will be preassigned and access to your mobile ticket will be emailed to you no later than January 15th, 2024.
This is a great opportunity to enjoy an evening of great hockey and networking in a casual setting with the board and fellow AIAM Members!
Date: February 20, 2024
Location: Heritage Hall at the State Capitol
Special Opportunity for AIAM Members Only!
If you did not receive the member access code for this event, please reach out to Morgan Herzog at firstname.lastname@example.org or Taylor Apker at email@example.com
Join the AIAM board and other members in Lansing at the capitol building’s new addition, Heritage Hall, located inside the Michigan State Capitol, as companies exhibit and meet with state lawmakers.
This will take place in Heritage Hall, a beautiful new addition to the Michigan State Capitol, situated off Ottawa St. between the Senate and House chambers enabling legislators and their staff to easily visit with AIAM members throughout the day.
In addition to time in Heritage Hall, AIAM is organizing prescheduled meetings at various intervals throughout the day to facilitate business introductions between member companies and legislators in their private offices. These in-person meetings are extremely important so our elected officials can hear directly from you to better understand your company’s product, service, and technology. It also serves as a platform to discuss how Michigan’s aerospace industry contributes to the state economy with an unprecedented opportunity for growth and what is needed from our legislators to support the industry.