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Recent News & Events
January 29, 2012
Global Water Technologies plans Indianapolis meet-and-greet
Global Water Technologies will host an informal "meet-and-greet" event on Friday, February 3rd in downtown Indianapolis, as the city kicks off a weekend of festivities for the biggest sporting event of the year.
With more than 150,000 expected to visit its home city from across the United States, Global Water welcomes business leaders, associates, shareholders and other friends of the company who will be arriving in Indianapolis this week.
"Our city has invested a great deal in showcasing all it has to offer and we're proud that a vibrant technology community is part of that," said CEO Erik Hromadka. "We look forward to meeting some of those visitors who would like to stop by and say a quick hello."
The event will be held at:
Indiana University Emerging Technologies Center
351 W. 10th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202
The event will be held in the center's main board room on Friday afternoon from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. As parking and space is limited, RSVPs are appreciated.
More information on the week's activites in Indianapolis, including maps and transportation options, is available at:
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