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FEATURING:

Kimberly Jones
Director, Dane County Regional Airport

Kim JonesJoin In Business magazine for the next installment of its Icons in Business event. The upcoming presentation features Kimberly Jones, airport director for the Dane County Regional Airport.

What would ultimately become the Dane County Regional Airport began a century ago, receiving its first cabin airplane in 1927. The airport has come a long way since that five-seat passenger plane, expanding to service 1.9 million passengers annually, provide approximately 4,000 jobs, and generate an economic impact of more than $600 million each year. The airport continues to propel itself into the future breaking ground on a 90,000-square-foot-addition that will pave way for more flights and more passengers.

On Dec. 7, Airport Director Kimberly Jones will offer insight into the Dane County Regional Airport’s history, its impact on the local economy, and the $85 million expansion now underway.

PRESENTATION DETAILS

Date: Tuesday, December 7

Time: 8 – 9:30 a.m.
Networking and a buffet breakfast will begin at  8 a.m.; Presentation begins at 8:30 a.m.

Location: The Madison Concourse Hotel, 1 W Dayton St, Madison, WI 53703

Tickets: $35 each; $135 for a table of six

COVID-19 policies: IB will be following COVID-19 policies, including masking, as required by Public Health Madison & Dane County at the time of the event. It will also be reducing the number of seats per table to six and increasing distance between tables at the event. Proof of vaccination is not required to attend.

Questions? Contact events@ibmadison.com.

 

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