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ASSH Staff Hosts Open House

Staff Note

ASSH staff welcomed association management peers, vendor partners and neighbors to our new office this week at 822 W. Washington Blvd. in Chicago. 

Guests explored the space through a unique, self-guided tour, which allowed them to visit key areas of interest on all 3 levels of our new building.  Refreshments were enjoyed and staff members were proud to provide a first-hand perspective on how we utilize each area of our office.  We hope that you will come by and visit your Central ASSH Office the next time you are in Chicago!

Top left: Kim Mackey demonstrates some of the 3D anatomy programs in the Chase Library. Bottom left: Alex Wallace ready for visitors.  Bottom right: Mark Anderson with the architects that designed our new space.

 

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