ACE Mentor Cleveland Luncheon - October 17, 2018

 Registration is closed for this event
October 17th, 2018 12:00 PM   through   1:30 PM
Luncheon Attendee $ 50.00
Sponsorship $ 500.00

Join ACE Cleveland for a luncheon at the City Club of Cleveland. The featured speaker will be Michael E. Bruder, Executive Director and University Architect at Kent State University. Michael will be sharing insights on the Kent State University Master Plan.

Interested in sponsoring this program? Sponsors will be given one free registration to the event, a private luncheon with Michael at 11:30am (prior to the program), reserved seating, and verbal and logo recognition at the event. The cost is $500 and spots are limited, so do not delay! Register for a sponsorship online (click "register now") or by sending a check payable to ACE Mentor Program of Cleveland and mailed to the attention of Mark Rader, Oswald Companies, 1100 Superior Ave., Ste. 1500, Cleveland, OH 44114. 

An important note about parking at the City Club:

Please allow extra time for parking. Discounted parking is available between the hours of 11 AM and 2:30 PM at the AMPCO Euclid/Prospect parking garage, located West of the City Club. However, this lot will fill up very quickly and parking is NOT guaranteed in the lot. Additional, non-discounted downtown parking can be found in the Atrium Garage (645 W Prospect) and Osborne (1057 Prospect Garage), and the Q Arena lot (4th and Prospect). $10 valet parking is also available now at the 9. Please make sure to bring your ticket to the City Club and they will replace it for a new ticket that you take back to the 9.  However, you are on a two-hour time limit. 

More parking information can also be found here.

If you are taking public transportation to the City Club, the RTA's free trolley service stops in front of the building and the health line stops just on the other side of the intersection.

Michael E. Bruder's Bio:

Michael E. Bruder has been with Kent State University in the Office of the University Architect since 1999.  In his current role as University Architect and Executive Director of Facilities, Planning and Design, Michael is responsible for all design and construction projects on the Kent Campus as well as Kent State University’s seven regional campuses. Read more here.

                                     Michael E. Bruder