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Mark Your Calendar For … PSI Palooza!

PSI-Palooza

PSI Palooza!

A fun filled evening of networking, bowling, ping pong, billiards and good friends raising money for a wonderful cause.

8 to 11 p.m. • Oct. 23, 2019

Lucky Strike Chicago
River East Center
322 E. Illinois Street, Space 200 • Chicago, IL 60611
312-245-8331 • bowlluckystrike.com

Don’t miss the networking, socializing, and fun at PSI’s annual scholarship fundraising event, which offers new features that make it the PSI party of the year! While the venue is the same as in recent years—Lucky Strike Chicago—this year’s revamped and renamed PSI Palooza will offer a different entertainment experience including:

  • 12 bowling lanes for a 12-team tournament;
  • Ping Pong, billiards, and a lounge area with snacks included;
  • A private bar (wine and beer only; two drink tickets per registrant)

 

PSI Palooza’s main purpose is to raise funds for PSI’s academic scholarship fund through registration fees and sponsorships. Look for announcements about those opportunities on the PSI website and in your e-mail inbox soon. The event’s OTHER main purpose is to offer great networking opportunities—and a lot of fun—so don’t miss out!

 

This event is being held during the Recycling Today Paper and Plastics Conference in Chicago.

Special registration rates for PSI members!

 

Many opportunities to sponsor for the PSI scholarship!

 

 

PSI Palooza will be held in conjunction with two co-sponsored PSI Chapter/Recycling Today Media Group events:

MRF-Operations-Forum

 

MRF Operations Forum (Oct. 21-22)

and

Paper-Plastics-Recycling-Conference

Paper & Plastics Recycling Conference (Oct. 23-25)

at the Chicago Marriott Downtown Magnificent Mile

The PSI Chapter has organized two presentations—one featuring Jay Robinovitz, president and CEO of Alter Trading Corp., who will speak at the MRF Operations Forum, and one featuring Brent Bell, president of WM Recycle America, who will address the Paper & Plastics Recycling Conference. In addition, ISRI President Robin Wiener will moderate an Oct. 25 panel on “How to Fix Recycling.”

For more information, visit opsforum.recyclingtodayevents.com or paperplasticsna.recyclingtodayevents.com.

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