A Holistic Approach to Experiential Entertainment

  • Lindsey Peckinpaugh, LEED AP, RELi AP, Sports, Recreation, and Entertainment Practice Leader, Principal, Perkins+Will  
    Lindsey Peckinpaugh, LEED AP, RELi AP, Sports, Recreation, and Entertainment Practice Leader, Principal, Perkins+Will  
  • HB Brantley, Managing Sports Principal; Russell S.P.A.C.E Venues Group
    HB Brantley, Managing Sports Principal; Russell S.P.A.C.E Venues Group
  • Tom Moreland, Associate Athletics Director - Strategic Initiatives, Purdue Athletics
    Tom Moreland, Associate Athletics Director - Strategic Initiatives, Purdue Athletics
  • John Lutz, Partner, Selbert Perkins Design
    John Lutz, Partner, Selbert Perkins Design
  • Don Dethlefs, Sports, Recreation, and Entertainment Practice Leader, Perkins + Will 
    Don Dethlefs, Sports, Recreation, and Entertainment Practice Leader, Perkins + Will 

There is no shortage of experiences being created on venue grounds to appeal to and retain an evolving customer base and subsequently enhance the venue's bottom line. As fan expectations grow, unique amenities and entertainment villages keep fans engaged for the gameday and beyond. Accordingly, inclusive and alternative sensory-centric environmental designs help serve a diverse population. Let's look at today’s savvy venues, not only enhancing exclusive offerings, but also broadening inclusive fan and athlete amenities. 

July 1, 2019
Time Start: 
3:15 p.m.
Time End: 
3:55 p.m.
Location: 
Grand Horizon C, Floor 4

Speakers

Moderator: Lindsey Peckinpaugh, LEED AP, RELi AP, Sports, Recreation, and Entertainment Practice Leader, Principal, Perkins+Will  

Panelists: 

  • Tom Moreland, Associate Athletics Director - Strategic Initiatives, Purdue Athletics
  • HB Brantley, Managing Sports Principal; Russell S.P.A.C.E Venues Group
  • John Lutz, Partner, Selbert Perkins Design
  • Don Dethlefs, Sports, Recreation, and Entertainment Practice Leader, Perkins + Will 

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