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Scheduled for Feb. 3, the Harold E. Eisenberg Foundation's 12th Eisenopoly event will be the first since 2000.

Eisenberg Foundation Will Hold Eisenopoly Event for First Time Since 2020

The Harold E. Eisenberg Foundation has announced the 12th Annual Eisenopoly event, presented by Wintrust, will be held from 6:30 to 11:00 pm on Friday, Feb. 3 at the Wintrust Grand Banking Hall, 231 S. LaSalle St. in Chicago. This represents the first time the event, which typically attracts 500-plus young professionals, has been held since 2020.  

Following a period for networking, cocktails and hors d’oeuvres, the Eisenopoly tournament will begin. Guests will have the opportunity to play as many as three rounds of Monopoly before the winners are announced and awarded the grand prizes.   

“Eisenopoly is a signature event for The Harold E. Eisenberg Foundation because it blends together networking and the ability to play a game that everyone knows, especially those connected to the real estate industry,” said Peter Eisenberg, president, the Harold E. Eisenberg Foundation. “Even more important, it represents another opportunity for us, as individuals and an industry, to come together socially, for the benefit of cancer research and real estate education.” 

The Foundation is now accepting reservations online. The cost of admission is $125 through Jan. 30 and then increases to $150 the week of the event. Companies or individuals can also sponsor Eisenopoly through a variety of sponsorship packages, monetary donations or auction item offerings.   


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