H 48° L 32°
Clear | 7MPH

East Town Travel Holds Open House to Celebrate New Office Location

Oct. 28, 2011

East Town Travel, having moved from the ninth floor to now on the lobby level of the Milwaukee Athletic Club (MAC) at 758 N. Broadway, will welcome visitors and guests at an Open House on Wednesday, November 9, from 2 to 7 p.m., to celebrate its new offices. Complimentary valet parking will be provided.    


Refreshments will be served and prize drawings offered.  Attendees will also have the opportunity to meet and speak with several of East Town Travel’s preferred cruise and tour suppliers. Show specials, booking discounts, and other value-added benefits will be available to those in attendance.


“We are excited to welcome our loyal clients, friends, downtown neighbors, and all prospective customers to this celebration of our new location on MAC’s ground floor,” said Penny Harper, president of East Town Travel. “This event will enable guests to meet our experienced vacation counselors, most valued travel supplier partners, as well as to  learn about the many services our firm offers for customized travel, cruises, and tours.”


East Town Travel’s new location increases its visibility to building tenants and club members and provides easier access for the general public. Founded in 1974, the agency has been owned and operated by Penny and Jon Harper since that time. The firm has a staff of eight, representing over 200 years of combined experience in the travel business. East Town Travel specializes in leisure and luxury travel within the United States and abroad, including independent and group itineraries, customized vacation arrangements, family and multigenerational travel, theater tours to New York and Chicago, art and architecture tours, luxury small ship ocean and river cruises, destination weddings, and affinity and incentive group travel design and management.


East Town Travel is a member of the Cruise Line International Association, East Town Association, Business Marketing Association and the Ensemble Travel Network. More information on the firm is available by calling 414-276-3131 or online at

This site uses Facebook comments to make it easier for you to contribute. If you see a comment you would like to flag for spam or abuse, click the "x" in the upper right of it. By posting, you agree to our Terms of Use.

Suburban News Roundup

E-mail Newsletter

Your link to the biggest stories in the suburbs delivered Thursday mornings.

Enter your e-mail address above and click "Sign Up Now!" to begin receiving your e-mail newsletter
Get the Newsletter!

Login or Register to manage all your newsletter preferences.

Community Watch

» New car dealership proposed in Glendale 4/15

» Bay girls win 10 events to repeat as North Shore indoor track champs 4/10

» Fox Point to replace footbridge after years of debate 4/9

» Modern restaurant will anchor Mequon Town Center 4/9

» Mequon, Weickardt reach deal on River Club subdivision 4/9

» Bay and Homestead tie for North Shore boys track title 4/8

» Shorewood Metro Market work could start by September 4/8

» Nines in Mequon switches from small plates to steaks under a new format 4/7

» Ronn Johnson's death ruled suicide 4/7

» Milwaukee County Supervisor David Bowen to run for Pasch Assembly seat 4/7

» Whitefish Bay pays $138,000 in exchange for village manager resignation 4/4

» Rep. Sandy Pasch won't seek re-election 4/4

» Ex-Shorewood school secretary sentenced for stealing $310,000 4/3

» Dickman wins write-in bid for Fox Point-Bayside School Board 4/3

» Spring 2014 North Shore election roundup 4/2

» Engineering for Kids brings basics of science to North Shore youth 4/2

» OWI suspect tells Cedarburg police: 'Nobody can do these tests' 4/2

» Symchych and McGauran hold off write-in bid to win Fox Point Village Board seats 4/2

» Pukaite upsets Ashmore with successful write-in bid for Mequon District 2 seat 4/1

» Serebin defends, Demet claims seat on Whitefish Bay Village Board 4/1

» Siegel narrowly defends Whitefish Bay presidency from challenger O'Connor 4/1

» Gierl claims Mequon District 5 spot 4/1

» Incumbents Williams and Griffin hold seats on Brown Deer School Board 4/1

» Boschert defends, Awe claims seat on Brown Deer Village Board 4/1

» Buzzell and Francour claim seats on Mequon-Thiensville School Board 4/1

View All Posts Got a tip? Welcome rss
Deal Watch - Milwaukee

Milwaukee's Best Discounts & Deals

Local Business Directory