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Posted on: November 9, 2017

Broomfield Leadership Series Presents: Paul Glantz

The Rochester Hills Museum at Van Hoosen Farm is proud to announce that Founder and Chairman of Emagine Entertainment, Paul Glantz will be this year's Broomfield Center for Leadership speaker. 

Mr. Glantz is the driving force behind metropolitan Detroit's Emagine Theatres which have repeatedly been recognized as the "Best Theaters in Michigan." In addition, he was recently named Crain’s “Entrepreneur of the Year.” His leadership, motivational skills, and success are both inspiring and educational, and we are very pleased to have the opportunity to share them with you.

“Paul’s innovative leadership has created a movie-going experience unlike any other,” states Mayor Bryan K. Barnett. “We’re thrilled to present the community with this exciting and engaging event.”

All proceeds of this event will go to the rebuilding of the equipment barn. The Equipment Barn will help the Museum more accurately recreate the historic farm setting at the Van Hoosen Farm. The building will be located on the exact footprint of the original building and would replicate the original building in nearly all details. 

In addition to the presentation and private viewing of a new release IMAX movie, VIP ticket holders will enjoy a catered VIP Reception, Meet & Greet with Paul Glantz, and a behind the scenes tour of Emagine Theatre’s brand new, state-of-the-art IMAX Theatre!

Make your reservation online at:
Silver Screen Sponsor....$400 (includes 2 VIP Tickets)
VIP Ticket Reservations....$75
Individual Ticket Reservations....$25

This event will sell out - reserve your ticket today! All contributions are 100% tax deductible

About the Broomfield Center for Leadership:
The Broomfield Center for Leadership lecture series recognizes the career of US Congressman William S. Broomfield who served the Rochester community for 36 years in Congress as well as in the Michigan Senate and House of Representatives. His family was among the earliest settlers in the Rochester area and helped found Stoney Creek Village where the Rochester Hills Museum is located.

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