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Northern Kentucky, Metropolitan Club Young Professionals team up to host BLINK viewing party

Returning October 10-13, BLINK is one of the largest light, art, and projection mapping events in the nation.

On Friday, October 11, from 6-9 p.m., young professionals from around the region are invited to see BLINK from a different vantage point, The Metropolitan Club and Butlers Patio at RiverCenter in Covington (50 E RiverCenter Blvd, Covington).

Hosted by NKYP and Met Club YP, attendees will have the opportunity to see the lights of BLINK from the Kentucky side of the Ohio River and start their night in close proximity to the Roebling Bridge and walking distance from a number of installations, murals, urban artscapes, and interactive art.

“This event is a unique opportunity for young professionals to network and see BLINK from a whole new perspective, and have exclusive access to this popular event,” said Amanda Johannemann, director of talent strategies for the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce.

Registration for the BLINK YP Viewing Party includes one drink ticket, a heavy appetizer buffet, and private viewing areas for select BLINK art installations.

The cost is $25 for general admission, free for NKYP Passport Holders and Met Club YP members. Registration is required and available online.

The 2019-20 NKYP Presenting Sponsor is MCM CPAs & Advisors and Supporting Sponsors include Analytics that Profit and the University of Kentucky Gatton College of Business and Economics. Event Sponsors include Humana and Scooter Media.

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Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce

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