• Plante Moran Offers New Executive Boardroom for Nonproftit Organizations

     
    POSTED April 4, 2014
     

Plante Moran unveiled the new state-of-the-art executive boardroom for not-for-profit organizations, community groups and associations in need of a venue for meetings or events. The boardroom, located in downtown Chicago, seats 18 people and features a large television monitor, Internet access and video connection.

"We are thrilled to offer Chicago’s not-for-profits, community groups and associations complimentary use of our Executive Boardroom for their meetings and events," said Tom Kinder, Plante Moran’s Chicago office managing partner. "We are excited to showcase our new conference center in downtown Chicago and are confident that all who use it will be impressed with its ambiance.

Chicago-area not-for-profits, community groups and associations can use Plante Moran's boardroom at no cost between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.

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