COVID-19 UPDATE: While participating in events held or sponsored by the ITS Midwest Chapter, attendees agree to abide by the Federal, State and/or Local guidelines relative to COVID at the time of the event. This may include social distancing, the wearing of face coverings, hand sanitation, daily health questionnaires, or other health and safety precautions. ITS Midwest is working closely with the Galt House Hotel to ensure your safety during the 2021 Annual Meeting. Despite all safety measures, ITS Midwest cannot guarantee that its participants or others in attendance will not become infected with COVID-19.
To complement and improve your meeting experience, ITS Midwest will include a number of social events to allow you to network and meet with other #itsmw21 attendees in a relaxed and informal setting. Attendees are required to pay for social events separately. If your partner/spouse is accompanying you on social events, s/he is also required to pay this fee separately. These fee are NOT included in the Annual Meeting registration fees.
Join us on Thursday Night for the Networking Event at the Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory. A variety of food options and drink options will be available. The event at the Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory includes plenty of room to social distance. Our visit will include museum and batting cage access, along with additional surprises as we network together.
Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory - Louisville Slugger is one of the leading bat manufacturers starting in 1884 by J. Frederick Hillerich and his woodworking shop. Honus Wagner then became the first player to endorse an athletic product, the Louisville Slugger, in 1905.
Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory is one of the region’s most popular attractions. The world-famous facility is hard to miss, just look for The Big Bat, the world’s largest baseball bat (120-feet tall, weighing 68,000 pounds), delighting guests as they enter. Made of steel, it’s an exact-scale replica of the 34-inch Louisville Slugger bat that baseball legend Babe Ruth batted with in the 1920s. To date, more than 4-million people have enjoyed the museum and factory tour experience at this location.
COST: The anticipated cost is $50.00 per person
END OF SALE: The tickets sale will close on October 21st, 2021. Make sure to reserve your seat at this event by that date.
There are two ways of purchasing tickets for this social event:
To buy tickets (max 2 per registration) you need to select "1" or "2" from the dropdown nexto the item "Networking Event @ Louisville Slugger (Nov. 4)" below the registration options and just above the "Continue" button as shown in the image example below. If you need to pay for social event with another method than the one used for registering for the meeting, please contact us (see "Questions" below).
Please keep in mind that online tickets sale will close on October 21st!
Bini William & Brian Plum, Social Events Committee
Chris Barrow, Todd Hood & Daniel Woo (Co-chairs)
Chris Barrow, Nick Hegemier & David Zavattero
Brian Plum, Scott Lee (Sponsorship)
Brian Plum, Sara Senger, Scott Lee (Exhibitors)
Scott Lee, President
Phone: (872) 315-6005