444 N. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL 60611
The Chicago office of Allison+Partners stands tall in the Windy City, having already earned recognition as the Premier Firm for Technology-Focused PR Clients . The good news is that what we do for tech, we can do for just about any industry. Our clientele includes consumer packaged goods, food + nutrition, healthcare management and several local and national non-profit organizations. It's appropriately broad-shouldered ability. And you've probably already seen where we work. Tommy Lee Jones’ office in the 1993 movie The Fugitive? That's our conference room. Maybe we can think you up a cup of coffee and a chocolate donut with some of those sprinkles on top.
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24 Hours in Chicago
Twenty-four hours in the Windy City provides an opportunity to explore and fall in love with the city, but get here before the abominable winter weather blows in.
With time to dawdle and no schedule to adhere to, hop aboard one of the many colors of Chicago’s swift El system and explore the city’s diverse and illustrious neighborhoods for your very own search of La Vie Bohème!
Roam up and down our Magnificent Mile discovering the abundance of shops and department stores at your heart (and wallet’s) content. Quell any post-purchase anxiety with a jaunt on over to Goose Island to wet your whistle and reap a “Harvest Ale” – Chicago’s own.
But don’t forget to eat! A day in the urban jungle is enough to work up quite the appetite – address those hunger pangs at Gibson’s Steakhouse or Coco Pazzo where the food is divine and rivaled only, perhaps, by the wine.
Chicago in The Hot Seat
We asked members of our Chicago office to sound off on food, TV and music and more. Here’s what they had to say:
Favorite Watering Hole
Billy Goat Tavern
"Workin' for a Living" - Huey Lewis and The News
Favorite In-Office Activity
What are the first three things people should see when they visit your city?
Millennium Park (The Bean, the Face Fountain, Frank Gehry’s Pavilion), The Green Mill – Jazz club frequented by Al Capone and The lakefront
What is the most ordered lunch?
Is your city known for any famous movies or photos?
Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, The Blues Brothers, The Untouchables and that's just the beginning.