Legendary events happen here. Plan Yours.

Refined and a little rough. Iconic and a touch rebellious. The Museum is everything you’d expect from a place dedicated to the legendary Harley-Davidson brand. It’s the perfect modern setting for a truly timeless event. Yours.

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Annie Champeau

Director of Sales – Harley-Davidson Museum

Annie is currently the Director of Sales for the Harley-Davidson Museum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Annie and the sales team are responsible for booking private events on the 20 acre campus to include the six event rooms and a park-like outdoor setting that is surrounded on three sides by the Menomonee River. In additional to her sales role, Annie is responsible for monthly sales forecasting, marketing activities, and accounts receivables for the department. Annie is our venue lead contact with Visit Milwaukee, our local convention and visitor’s bureau.

Annie started her career in the hospitality industry at the age of 15 washing dishes at a local restaurant. After many years on the service side, she transitioned into a planner for Arthur Andersen LLP. At Arthur Andersen, Annie was responsible for all internal meetings and events, to include alumni parties.

After leaving Arthur Andersen Annie transitioned into a sales role for the Wisconsin Center District, owners and operators of the US Cellular Arena, Milwaukee Theatre and Frontier Airlines Center. Annie was part of the opening team for the new convention center. After eight years with Levy at the Wisconsin Center District, Annie assumed the role of Director of Sales and was part of the opening team for the Harley-Davidson Museum. The Harley-Davidson Museum is a 20-acre campus with multiple event spaces that opened in July of 2008.

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