Only Weeks Remain for Early Bird Savings on ICPF 2022 Holiday Weekend in New York

ICPF is pleased to announce that its 2022 Holiday Weekend in New York (Friday - Sunday, December 9 -11, 2022) will include a Saturday Broadway matinee of this year's top Tony Award nominee, MJ.  The new musical was nominated for the 2022 record of 10 Tony Awards and is considered by many to be the best musical to hit Broadway this year.  MJ features over 25 of Michael Jackson's biggest hits. "The show takes audiences behind the scenes as Michael prepares for his 1992 World Tour, providing an in-depth look at his creative process."  

 

This year's weekend event will begin with a Friday evening reception, sponsored by Pratt Industries. Free time on Saturday morning allows for personal holiday shopping, sightseeing, brunches, etc.  ICPF guests then will attend a Saturday matinee of the latest Broadway hit, MJ, sponsored by BW Papersystems.  Saturday night, participants will be treated to a reception and dinner at New York's renowned Empire Steak House restaurant. The reception is sponsored by Fosber America and the dinner is sponsored by WestRock.  

Additional weekend co-sponsors include Green Bay Packaging and Greif.

 

Only weeks remain for early bird registration savings of $200 on this special weekend.  Bring your spouse or guest for holiday shopping, sightseeing, dining, Broadway plays, and enjoying New York's holiday season. All while supporting ICPF’s educational programs and student outreach.  Many participating executives (manufacturing executives, box plant owners, and service & supplier executives) invite clients and reward key executives from their companies with this special holiday weekend event.  

 

In addition to saving by registering by July 31st, ICPF's New York holiday event always "sells out" early. Space is limited to a first come first serve basis! ICPF recommends registering by June 30, but no later than August 31 to ensure participation. Click Here for additional information and to download a registration form.