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Tilt-Up Industry Leaders of Tomorrow Social Outing at City Museum

September 15, 2021 from 8:00pm to 11:00pm Central Standard Time

TCA's young professionals collaborative, TILT, invites all emerging leaders to join them for a late night of shenanigans at City Museum, a hundred-year-old warehouse in downtown St. Louis in which artists have repurposed the pieces of old cities to build miles of tunnels, slides, climbers, bridges, and castles.

Come have a drink in the historic frontier log cabin once owned by the son of Daniel Boone and explore the crazy, creative work of internationally-acclaimed artist Bob Cassilly. With so much to explore, both inside and out, we’d like to suggest that you dress appropriately. We highly recommend that sneakers or closed-toe, closed-heel shoes are worn in the museum. Sandals/flip flops are strongly discouraged. Please note that, regardless of style, footwear must be worn at all times. We’d also like to recommend that you consider wearing full-length pants or jeans, as you will want to take advantage of our multiple slides, tunnels and various attractions.

Space is limited and registration is required. Be sure to select the TILT Social Outing at registration to reserve your spot.

Housed in and around the 10-story, 600,000 square-foot warehouse of the International Shoe Company, City Museum is a mixture of children’s playground, funhouse, surrealistic pavilion, and architectural marvel made out of found and repurposed objects The brainchild of internationally-acclaimed artist Bob Cassilly, a classically trained sculptor, City Museum opened for visitors in 1997.

Home base inside City Museum for TILT will be the Cabin Inn. The Cabin Inn is a frontier log cabin from the early 19th century that now stands proudly underneath MonstroCity at City Museum. Once home to the son of Daniel Boone, the Cabin was later purchased by the Hezel Family, who owned the cabin for over 100 years. In the mid-1990s, the cabin was transported from its original site on a Missouri farm to its present location at City Museum. The Cabin Inn can either be enjoyed indoors or on our spacious brick patio (weather permitting) surrounded by the mystifying skies of MonstroCity. Whether you prefer to sit inside or out, the Cabin Inn will beckon you to pull up a chair and stay awhile!

Learn more about City Museum here.

Registered Attendees

The following individuals are registered for this session. If you are not currently registered and would like to add this event to your registration, please contact jbarr1@tilt-up.org or call the TCA at (319) 895-6911. Space is limited.

Al Juarez - Helix Steel

Anna Ernst - Helix Steel

Ben Brovont - Procon, Inc.

Bill Gnagey - ARIUM | AE

Bill Tallon - Wharton Hardware and Supply

Boone Snider - Caddell Construction Co LLC

Bradly Fassett - Dayton Superior Corporation

Dave Fillinger - Dayton Superior Corporation

Dominic Mirizzi - SMBH, Inc.

Jeff Snyder - Valtec Group LLC

Katt Price - schaefer

Keith Cobell - Extollo International

Kelsey Wahl - Leviat

Kenneth Perez - Wharton Hardware and Supply

Michael Frew - Citadel Contractors, Inc.

Mitch McCaulley - Nox-Crete Inc.

Niklas Derungs - Caddell Construction Co LLC

Remington Guilliams - Procon, Inc.

Ron Kuzma - Rudolph|Libbe Inc.

Sean Wonderlich - Needham DBS

Shane Walters - Dayton Superior Corporation

Shawn McNamara - Dayton Superior Corporation

Stephen Hilger - 360 Engineering

Travis Philo - Rudolph|Libbe Inc.