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11:30am - 1:00pm
Cost: AYC Member Ticket 16.37
Non-member Ticket 26.62
AYC Elite Member Ticket 0.00
320 E Sixth Street
Austin, TX 78703
Join AYC on April 18th at Alamo Drafthouse Ritz for our monthly speaker series, featuring Tim League, founder and CEO of Alamo Drafthouse Cinema. This is an exciting opportunity to learn about how the Alamo drafthouse was founded, what has made it such a successful enterprise and what is in store for the Alamo in the future!
The Alamo Drafthouse Cinema in Austin, Texas, was recently named "the best theater ever" by Time Magazine. In addition to the theaters, Alamo Drafthouse is emerging as one of the most exciting and pioneering lifestyle brands in entertainment with Drafthouse Films, Fantastic Fest, BadassDigest.com, Rolling Roadshow Tour, and their famed collectible art boutique, Mondo.
He is also a co-founder and creative director of Fantastic Fest in Austin, Texas. Fantastic Fest is the largest genre film festival in the United States and was recognized as "one of the 10 festivals we love" by Variety president Charlie Koones, alongside industry heavy-hitters Cannes, Telluride and Toronto. In 2010, Mr. League also launched Drafthouse Films, a distribution arm dedicated to scouring the globe in search of visionary, provocative and diverse features.
11:30am- Registration & Networking
12:10pm- Keynote Speaker: Tim League
1:00pm- Closing remarks
Special thank you to our speaker series sponsor Texas Evening MBA! Ranked among the top ten part-time MBA programs by U.S. News & World Report (2011), the Texas Evening MBA program is designed for rising managers and seasoned professionals who seek a flexible path to an MBA that will allow them to continue working throughout their study. If you envision yourself needing managerial, analytical and quantitative skills to lead in your industry or these skills are already demanded of you in your current role, the Texas Evening MBA program will help you build a portfolio of knowledge and expertise that may be applied to a variety of careers. Here, you will get the best preparation available and a reputable University of Texas degree and alumni network that will travel anywhere. Our students have varied backgrounds and work experience, and we seek diverse individuals to create a collaborative, well-rounded class. To learn more and to register for an information session, visit texaseveningmba.info.
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320 E Sixth Street
Austin, TX 78703
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