Miller Auditorium subject of upcoming business college talk

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Lawie

KALAMAZOO—Two marketing leaders from Miller Auditorium will be the next presenters as Western Michigan University continues its 2013-14 Keystone Community Bank Breakfast Speaker Series. 

Tracey Lawie, director of marketing and development, and Bethany Gauthier, assistant director of marketing, will speak at 8 a.m. Friday, April 25, in 2150 Schneider Hall, delivering a presentation titled "A Closer Look at Miller Auditorium."

The event is free and open to the public and begins with breakfast at 7:30 a.m. Reservations are required and can be made at wmich.edu/business/keystone-rsvp or by calling (269) 387-6059. Free parking is available in the nearby Fetzer Center parking lot.

Photo of Bethany Gauthier.

Gauthier

Miller Auditorium

With a mission to enlighten, entertain and educate, the James W. Miller Auditorium has been a cultural hub of the region since 1968. Located on the campus of WMU, the auditorium provides a variety of musical, theatrical and cultural programs that attract thousands of people to campus every year.

As the home for the Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra and Kalamazoo Concert Band, Miller Auditorium has always been careful not to lose sight of its purpose in the cultural landscape of the community, providing a premier center for performing arts in southwest Michigan. As the third-largest theatre in Michigan, Miller Auditorium has continued to enrich the lives of WMU students, faculty and friends of the community for more than 40 years.