#pspAC17: Choose Your Own Adventure

Registration for the 2017 Alumni Convention is open and it’s time to start planning!

Why attend Alumni Convention? Brotherhood is for life. Phi Sigma Pi has an Alumni-base of over 50,000 and we want to bring Alumni together for four days of scholarship, leadership and fellowship. Whether you’re an active Alumni, a recent graduate or a Member who is looking to get re-engaged, we hope you will join us in Louisville, Kentucky from June 1 – 4, 2017.

Alumni Convention has a “choose your own adventure” structure. YOU get to choose what activities you sign up for, where you stay and how you get there. Register your family, friends and significant other as guests so they can join in on the fun!

Okay, enough chit-chat. Check out these awesome opportunities that await you in Louisville.

Muhammad Ali Center
The Muhammad Ali Center is a multicultural center with an award-winning museum dedicated to the life of Muhammad Ali. Explore the exhibits and galleries that showcase Ali’s legendary life while you reflect upon your own individual values and inner strength. Take a breathtaking journey through the Center’s interactive and multimedia exhibits and discover the six core principles that Ali embraced throughout his life.

Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory Tour
Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory is all about celebrating the extraordinary role of the Louisville Slugger in baseball’s past, present and future. At the Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory, you will enjoy fun interactive exhibits, amazing baseball memorabilia and the award-winning bat factory tour. Guests will see bats being made on every tour, every day. Plus, everyone receives a miniature souvenir bat at the end of the tour!

Evan Williams Bourbon Experience
Located on Louisville’s historic “Whiskey Row,” the Evan Williams Bourbon Experience features an artisanal distillery, guided tours and more! Celebrating the legacy of Evan Williams, Kentucky’s first commercial distiller, this immersive experience brings to life the history and tradition of Kentucky’s native spirit. The Traditional Tour takes you back in time to see Evan Williams’ original distillery, in addition to the Louisville wharf in the late 18th Century and a recreation of Whiskey Row along Main Street from the 1890s through the present. The guided tour features an operating Artisanal Distillery where you will not only learn the process for making Bourbon, but you will see it being made right before your eyes.

Kentucky Derby Museum & Churchill Downs Racetrack
Phi Sigma Pi is off to the races! Join us for an exciting afternoon at Churchill Downs, the home of the Kentucky Derby. When we arrive you better hold on to your Derby hats for a thrilling immersive sound and visual experience, “The Greatest Race” will be projected in one of the world’s only 360°, 4K extremely high-resolution theaters. Next, we will take a 30 minute guided walking tour of the historic Churchill Downs Racetrack to learn about past Derby winners and the rich history of the track. After the tour, we will enjoy a catered lunch in Millionaires Row. Following lunch, you can explore the Kentucky Derby Museum’s exhibits, browse the gift shop and watch live horse racing.

We have crafted an itinerary that will allow you to enjoy the full Louisville experience with your fellow Phi Sigma Pi Alumni. We hope you will join us for some, if not all, of these opportunities. Registration is NOW OPEN, so go register for the time of your life! Be sure to join the AC17 Facebook Event to get updates and email alumnirelations@phisigmapi.org with any questions.

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  1. […] for the 2017 Alumni Convention is open! In the last #pspAC17 blog, we talked about all of the activities you have the opportunity to participate in. You may have […]

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