GREEN BAY, WI – On Broadway’s annual State of the Broadway District, presented by American National Bank, will take place on Tuesday, February 22 from 7:30-9 a.m. at Gather, 139 N Broadway. Updates on the Public Market, Shipyard, Rail Yard, Broadway District vision, volunteer recognition and other new developments will be presented.
Speakers include Gail McNutt, board president, On Broadway, Inc.; Paul Northway, president/CEO, American National Bank; City of Green Bay Mayor Eric Genrich; Brian Johnson, executive director, On Broadway, Inc.; and Quincy Fassbender, program manager, On Broadway, Inc.
On Broadway, Inc. is inviting the public to attend this free event in-person, with limited capacity. Virtual invites are also being extended and a link will be emailed to attendees before the event. The in-person program will be hosted at Gather and includes a buffet breakfast.
Registration for either option is here: https://bit.ly/349YmHd.
Simply RSVP and select a preference to attend in-person or virtually.
“The Broadway District is on a path to make several significant announcements in 2022. The public market was the first in a series of game-changing projects that will transform the way residents and visitors experience the district, while preserving the character and historic nature of what makes us special,” said Brian Johnson, executive director, On Broadway, Inc. “Without a doubt, 2022 will be a banner year in the Broadway District as momentum fuels new interest and demand in the cultural core of downtown Green Bay.”
For more information on the State of the Broadway District, click here: https://downtowngreenbay.com/do/state-of-the-broadway-district-3