LEAD Green

Join us at the Spring Education Day and Annual Meeting as we LEAD GREEN at the Monona Terrace Community & Convention Center in Madison, WI!

Start the event off right Wednesday evening as we mingle with our PCMA partners…sure to be good time!

On Thursday, hear from speakers on the following topics:

  • Your Road Map to CSR
  • Green event trends
  • Bandwidth or Bust
  • Location Services for Events

Jeff Hurt from Velvet Chainsaw will provide our keynote on How To Be Lean, Mean & Green At Your Next Event: Three Green Philosophies To Consider

** New this year: CSR ACTIVITY! **
Clean out your closet and bring professional clothes to donate to the Dane county CAC! Then join the afternoon CSR activity to organize our donations and prepare notes of encouragement to those who will use the donations to obtain employment in the area.
 
INCENTIVE! For every 5 donations items you bring in, you will receive 1 entry in to a special drawing. The more items…the better your chances to win!
 
Receipts will be available onsite to recognize your tax-deductible donation of clothing.
 

Download the Conference Event App

Handouts and programs will not be available onsite as this year MPI Wisconsin Chapter is offering a free location smart mobile app for the Spring Education Day at Monona Terrace™You can access the schedule, maps and more from your Android or Apple mobile device. Download the app to view information about sessions, speakers and use features like the Social Board with Tweet It option, My Event and interactive map.
 
The Spring Education Day location smart mobile app is available for Android, iPhone and iPad and can be downloaded using the App Store and Google Play links at the link below.

Learn more about the information and features available in the mobile app and download it now on the Wisconsin Chapter MPI Location Smart Mobile App landing page. 

Get the Spring Education Day app
for iPhone and iPad 

Get the Spring Education Day app
for Android

 
 
 

Agenda

Wednesday, May 14, 2014 
Monona Terrace 
Madison, WI

 

—PM —  
1:00-3:00 2013-2014 Board of Directors Meeting
Meeting Rooms KO
3:00-5:00 2014-2015 Board of Directors Meeting
Meeting Rooms KO
5:30-7:00 MPI/PCMA Opening Reception
Sponsored by 
Greater Madison Convention & Visitors Bureau, Monona Terrace and Monona Catering 
Community Terrace


Agenda

Thursday, May 15, 2014 
Monona Terrace 
Madison, WI

— AM —  
7:30-8:00 Registration, Breakfast and Vendor Showcase
Meeting Rooms K-R
8:00-8:30 General Session and Welcome
Lecture Hall 
8:30-10:15 How To Be Lean, Mean & Green At Your Next Event: Three Green Philosophies To Consider
– Jeff Hurt, Velvet Chainsaw
Lecture Hall 
10:15-10:30 Break
10:30-11:30

Morning Breakout

11:30-1:00pm Lunch, Board Installation & Volunteer activity
Community Terrace
— PM —  
1:00-2:00

Afternoon Breakout

2:15-3:30 CSR Activity/Closing Comments
Hall of Ideas H
3:30 Raffle Winners Posted
Meeting Rooms K-R

 
Agenda
Speakers and Education
Location, Map, Lodging
Member Registration
Nonmember Registration
Print/Fax/Mail Registration

Wednesday Only
Reception
Registration

Community Outreach
 
 

Our Hosts


Sponsors


Breakout Session Sponsors


Break Sponsors


 

 


 

 

 

 

 

Event Pricing

 

  Early-Bird     Late (after 05/09/2014)
Wednesday-Only Reception: No cost for MPI and PCMA Members
     
Thursday Conference (includes Wednesday reception)
Member: $119 $129
Non-Member: $159 $169
Student Member: $45 $55
     

Location, Map, and Lodging

Hilton Madison Monona Terrace

Location Address: 9 E Wilson St, Madison, WI 53703
Web site:  Property Website
Phone: (608) 255-5100
Guestroom Rate: $159.00/night
Cut-off Date: May 7, 2014  
Sheraton Madison

Location Address: 706 John Nolen Dr.,  Madison, WI 53713
Web site: Property Website
Phone: 608-251-2300
Guestroom Rate: $104.00/night
Cut-off Date: May 7, 2014
 

 

 

Community Outreach

Professional Clothing Drive for the Clothing Center, at the Dane County Community Action Coalition
 
The CAC actively engages all parts of our communities in the struggle to eliminate poverty.  Their Clothing Center serves 9,000 low income individuals and families each year. Many of their families live pay check to pay check and the Clothing Center allows them to stretch their budgets a little further. All clothing should be clean, and gently used, or new. They will also accept accessories such as purses, hair accessories, ties, hats, shoes, backpacks, and luggage.  They do have a significant need for socks, and undergarments of all ages, however if at all possible these items should be new.
 
In addition to the clothing drive, we will also have a hands-on  activity in the afternoon.
 
So please join in on the fun, search your closet, bring in some items, and help to make a difference in the lives of those in our community!