ABOMA All-Stars
Thursday, September 12, 2019

Who We Are

ABOMA, the Apartment Building Owners and Managers Association, Represents Over 600 High-Rise and Walkup Residential Buildings Located in the Chicago Area. 

Approximately 60% are Condominium or Cooperative in Nature and 40% are Rental Buildings

Member Benefits

ABOMA provides:  Labor agreements, employee training, seminars, events, legislative representation, to name just a few.

 

Networking Opportunities with:

ABOMA supplier members, owners, building managers, management supervisors, condominium boards, management companies

Member Management Tools

We offer condominium lease forms, safety DVD's; doormen, janitorial & parking garage employee labor agreements; key issues in hiring, disciplining and terminating, up to date information on legislation affecting the industry, and much more . . .

Labor Agreements

ABOMA engages in collective bargaining on behalf of member buildings which have designated the Association as its bargaining representative

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Plan to join us at our premier event!

Registration is now open for ABOMA All-Stars
at The Chicago Sports Museumchicago-sports-museum

at Water Tower Place
835 North Michigan Avenue

Thursday, September 12, 2019
5:30pm - 8:00pm
Cost: 75.00

Registration Deadline:  September 4th

- 2 1/2 Hour Bar Featuring Wine, Beer
  and Soft Drinks
- Delicious Food Stations
- High-Tech Interactive Experiences/Games Included
- Unique Sports Memorabilia
- Great Networking Opportunities
- Convenient Discounted Parking at W
ater Tower Place

It only happens once every two years – ABOMA’s premier Fall after work social event.  Join us at The Chicago Sport’s Museum – located at Water Tower Place on the Magnificent Mile. 
 
The entire Museum is ours for the night!  -  We hope you join the fun along with your fellow industry representatives and participate in Chicago’s love for its legendary sports teams.  This is an unparalleled Windy City experience.  Relax at the 2 ½ hour bar featuring wine, beer and soft drinks with a plate of Harry Caray’s delicious food while you take in the breathtaking lake views.
 
The Chicago Sports Museum combines high-tech interactive experiences—including skill challenges and simulated experiences—with unique sports memorabilia and an impressive collection of game-used treasures and other artifacts. The 23,000-square-foot space celebrates all of Chicago's major sports teams. The interactive exhibits use body-tracking technology, allowing you to score goals as Blackhawks star Patrick Kane, shoot free throws as Bulls veteran Scottie Pippen and many other one of a kind experiences. The Museum is also home to the city's largest collection of 2016 World Series  memorabilia.
 
Measure Up - with a chance to test your skills against some of the all-time greats. Learn to throw a curve ball from Cy Young Award Winner Steve Stone, test your vertical leap against Michael Jordan, compare your wingspan to Scottie Pippen and test your grip strength compared to Kyle Long. Around the corner you’ll find cases full of game worn memorabilia and championship rings. Remember Bears great William “Refrigerator” Perry? Try on a replica of his Super Bowl ring, the largest one ever crafted.
 
Fan Zone-  It’s only fitting that the center of the museum be dedicated to the greatest fans in the world. Hop into our professional simulator that puts YOU in the driver’s seat of a high-octane racecar at the famous Chicago Speedway. Check out the basketball hoop from Michael Jordan’s buzzer-beating shot in the 1998 NBA Finals!
 
Hall of Legends - Go head-to-head with Chicago’s greatest sports legends of all time. A collection of custom virtual reality games tests your athletic skills in baseball, football, hockey, basketball and Windy City sports trivia.  Virtual reality games include Defending the Goal against Patrick Kane, Shooting Hoops with Scotty Pippen, All-Star Home Run Contest with Frank Thomas and Quarterback Challenge with Richard Dent.
 
Forensic Sports - Sleuth it up in Forensics using CSI-type technology to unravel some of Chicago’s most infamous sports mysteries. Examine a CT scan of Sammy Sosa’s corked bat, study cross-sections of baseballs to see how their construction has evolved over the last century and explore the work of FBI agents, radiologists, chemists and other forensics specialists as it relates to Chicago sports.
 
Curses and Superstitions - When you’re a team plagued by a 108 year World Series drought, superstitions become a way of life. Learn about curses that have beleaguered teams around the world and superstitions that players use to ward off “bad luck.” Immerse yourself in the world of Cubs lore and legends, from the remains of the Infamous Foul Ball from the 2003 playoff run to the Sports Almanac and Hoverboard from “Back to the Future II” which predicted the Cubs would win the World Series.
 
2016 World Series - The Chicago Sports Museum is proud to host the largest collection of Chicago Cubs World Series memorabilia in the city. The collection features marquee items including:

  •  David Ross’ Game 7 Catcher’s Gear
  • Kris Bryant’s World Series Cleats
  • Joe Maddon’s “We Did Not Suck” T-shirt
    (from the Championship rally at Grant Park)
  •  Addison Russell’s Game 6 Grand Slam Ball

Discounted Parking for ABOMA All-Stars Guests

   

THIS IS AN EVENT YOU DON'T WANT TO MISS! - CLICK BELOW TO REGISTER

NO "AT DOOR" REGISTRATIONS FOR THIS EVENT - we're sorry, but space is limited and no exceptions can be made.  All registrations must be made ON LINE  using a credit card for payment no later than Wednesday, September 4th.  No reservations can be accepted after this date.

(note:  all registrations and credit card payments are made through our online third-party event registration service - Webconnex)

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