Please join us for Business Networking Day October 18th from Noon until 1:00 pm. This event takes the place of our normal weekly meeting.
You have a choice of three locations to sign up for. Each location is a $10 fee which we would like paid in advance or for you to use your Fast Pass.
(It is $10.60 for PayPal)
There is no "no lunch" reduced rate for this meeting.

Locations include:

#1 Business Networking Location

Company:      Harriman Dispatch Center 
Description:  The Harriman Dispatch Center is within an 1891 Union Pacific freight depot that was converted in the early 1990s to the dispatch center and administrative office housing around 800 employees. Union Pacific dispatchers work in a steel-reinforced concrete bunker within the building.   The 24-inch thick walls, and steel security entrance, are designed to withstand a direct tornado strike.  The Southern Pacific dispatchers work on a second floor built on top of the bunker.    

Address:    850 Jones Street,  Omaha
Rotarian Host: Nash Mahupete 
Max number of guests: 20

 #2 Business Networking Location

Company:      Dundee Bank
Description: Dundee Bank is a small community bank in the heart of Omaha. We pride ourselves in providing a refreshing different banking experience that focuses on friendly, personal service. We are delighted to be part of Omaha and specifically two great communities – Dundee and Blackstone. We enjoy giving back any way we can. Our main bank in Dundee opened  in July 2006. Our Blackstone branch opened on December 30, 2016. ​
Address:    302 South 38th Street (38th & Farnam)
Rotarian Host:  Tim Schmad
Max number of guests: 15

#3 Business Networking Location

Company:      Mastercraft Building
Description:   We will tour the Mastercraft at noon and then drive over to the Old Mattress Factory at 531 North 13th St. for lunch.   Everyone pays for their own lunch.

Built in 1925 and used for decades as a furniture factory, today, the Mastercraft is a budding creative center that is drawing companies from industries like design, architecture, information technology and photography.

With ample parking and a close proximity to TD Ameritrade Park, new hotels and the city’s riverwalk, The Mastercraft building is a destination in downtown Omaha. Its high ceilings, clerestory windows, and rough sawn lumber joists give it a unique feel that feeds unmistakable creative energy.   Bob Grinnell bought the building at auction in 2003 after it had sat empty for two years.   It was a target for looters and vandals.    He now sees his job as safeguarding the integrity of the building while renovating with high standards. 

Address:          1111 North 13th Street - GO TO DOOR #4
Rotarian Host:  Rosemary Opbroek (402) 660-6193
Max number of guests: 15

Come back to the link below to pre-pay for Dundee Bank or Harriman Dispatch after you have registered.