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Amped Kitchens Ribbon Cutting Ceremony/Networking Event

  • 14 Oct 2021
  • 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM
  • Amped Kitchens - 5801 W. Dickens Ave., Chicago, IL 60639


  • Non Members

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Join us for a fall evening Ribbon Cutting and Networking event celebrating Amped Kitchens new Chicago Location! The event will be held outside, rain or shine, in tented facility with heaters.  Space is limited so be sure to register today!

For the safety of all, masks are required during the event when attendees are not actively eating or drinking. Attendees are also requested to be either fully vaccinated or have a negative COVID-19 test in the last 72 hours.

Schedule of Events:

4:30 - 5:00 - Event opens/cocktails/networking

5:00 - 5:15 - Ribbon cutting presentations and ceremony

5:15 - 6:15 - Guided tours/additional cocktails/networking

6:15 - 6:30 - Conclude tours/event closes

About Amped Kitchens:                                                                                            Amped Kitchens rents monthly permit-ready, private commercial kitchen spaces within a community of dynamic food makers. Originating in Los Angeles, they are excited to call Chicago their second home.

Brian Albert, Co-Founder/Co-Owner,                     Amped Kitchens

Brian co-founded Amped Kitchens with Mott Smith to empower food businesses to grow their product lines, enter new markets and expand faster and with less capital than ever before.  Our gold standard facilities offer a wide range of private commercial kitchens supported by high value on-site amenities that together deliver enhanced flexibility and scale to consumer packaged-food makers, restaurant commissaries and meal delivery companies of all sizes.  

 Mott Smith, CEO/Co-Owner, Amped Kitchens

Mott  is co-founder of Amped Kitchens and principal of Civic Enterprise. He is a founding board member of the Council of Infill Builders and teaches in the Master of Real Estate Development Program and Ross Minority Program in Real Estate at the USC Price School of Public Policy. He also serves as Vice Chair of the City of Los Angeles Small Business Commission as well as on the boards of affordable housing developer Restore Neighborhoods LA and La-M√°s

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