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Join us for our 2015 Annual Luncheon on Wednesday, June 3

Please join the Metropolitan Planning Council for a conversation with J.B. Pritzker on why he is confident about Chicago’s future. An entrepreneur, investor and philanthropist, Mr. Pritzker will discuss how investors and the public sector can further collaborate to support the continued evolution of Chicagoland's entrepreneurial economy and collectively advance regional goals.

Andrew J. McKenna will present MPC's Champion Fighter Award to Miles D. White, chairman and CEO of Abbott, for his extraordinary civic contributions to our region.

Event sponsorships are available at the $25,000, $10,000 and $5,000 levels. For more information on the benefits of sponsoring, please see the sponsor form or contact MPC Development Director Scott Farley at 312 863 6010 or sfarley@metroplanning.org.

Purchase individual tickets or sponsorships here.

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