Interactive entertainment is popping up in many of forms across Minnesota. From axe throwing, to virtual reality, to shooting ranges, these venues are growing in popularity and number. Each space comes with its own unique challenges, code issues, location considerations and building concerns. This program will take you through several unique spaces and explain what those challenges are, how their teams have worked through them and how you can turn even a grocery store into an interactive experience. Our panel will share how they have created successful and exciting interactive experiences while navigating their specific real estate challenges.
- Jason Cooney, Director of Operations, Victoria Burrow
- Jesseka Doherty, Vice President of Leasing, Mid-America Real Estate
- Travis Hoium, Co-Founder, REM5 Virtual Reality Laboratory
- Casey Marie, on behalf of Stock & Barrel Gun Club
This course has been approved by the Minnesota Commissioner of Commerce for 1 hour for Real Estate continuing education.
$45 before early deadline; $55 after and at the door
$70 before early deadline; $85 after and at the door
Early registration deadline:
Premium Sponsor: Finance & Commerce
C.M. Architecture (CMA)
Hilton Downtown Minneapolis
The Hilton has a connected ramp, and also offers valet service.
If the Hilton parking ramp is full, the Leamington and 11th & Marquette ramps offer economical alternatives in the area. Details are available on the City of Minneapolis parking map