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CDW & Samsung Executive Briefing in Kohler Wisconsin

Saturday, September 21st, 2024 - Monday, September 23rd, 2024

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The American Club Resort Hotel

491 Highland Dr., Kohler, WI 53044

Please scroll down to register & confirm your attendance.

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  • Hotel accommodations are included.

  • Invitation is intended for recipient only and is non-transferable.

  • Space is limited and registration is required.



Saturday, September 21, 2024

10:36AM - 11:02AM

12:00PM - 5:00PM


6:00PM - 10:00PM             


Sunday, September 22, 2024

  8:00AM -   9:00AM

12:00PM -   1:00PM

12:00PM -   5:00PM

  1:25PM -   2:04PM

  6:00PM -   7:00PM

  7:00PM - 10:00PM

Monday, September 23, 2024

  8:00AM -   9:00AM

  8:00AM - 11:00AM


12:00PM -  1:00PM

Golf Tee Times - Irish Course

Spa Activity - Kohler Waters Spa


Dinner Buffet - Treaty Patio

Breakfast - On Own

Lunch - On Own

Spa Activity - Kohler Waters Spa

Golf - Straits Course

Reception - Player's Room

Plated Dinner - Player's Room

Breakfast Buffet - Marquette Bay

General Session - Marquette Bay

Hotel Check-out

Lunch - Horse & Plow

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The American Club

From five-star lodging and spa experiences to world-class golf and outdoor adventures, there’s no other place like it in America.  


Kohler Co. was founded in 1873 by John Michael Kohler amidst a financial panic. Sixty-eight railroads went bankrupt that year. Kohler survived because it consistently focused on leading edge design and a single level of quality. Its first bathtub was made from a horse trough/hogscalder. It created a garden community at the factory gate based on a 50-year Master Plan because Walter Kohler believed "workers deserved not only wages, but roses as well." The centerpiece of that Plan was a dormitory for European immigrants called The American Club.

It's inhabitants were given lessons in the English language and American citizenship. In 1979, young Herb Kohler, Jr., chairman and president of the company, went to his Board of Directors of this privately held firm to seek approval to create a boutique resort hotel. The Board turned him down twice, but finally gave in saying "he couldn't lose that much money."


Today, the Club is a thriving 5 Star 5 Diamond resort hotel on the National Register of Historic Places.


With rich fabrics and materials throughout, standard rooms offer a tasteful approach to a traditional room offering. Each has a beautifully upholstered chair and ottoman as well as a desk, providing ample workspace for the busy traveler. The KOHLER® showering experience makes these unlike any standard accommodations you’ve experienced.

All Rooms Include:​​

  • In-room Nespresso Coffee Machine

  • Down Comforters

  • Iron & Ironing Board

  • Bathrobes & Slippers

  • Wireless Connectivity

  • In-room Safe

  • Signature Bath Products

  • Hairdryer

  • Complimentary Turn Down Service

  • Shoe horn, Umbrella & Lint Brush

  • Signature Bath Products From Kohler Waters Spa

  • Dry Cleaning & Laundry Services (additional cost)



Whistling Straits - Irish Course

Designed by the legendary Hall of Fame architect Pete Dye, Kohler’s four championship golf courses are all ranked among the best in the United States by the leading publications, and The American Club Resort is the only resort with four courses ranked in America’s 100 Greatest Public Golf Courses for 2011/2012 by Golf Digest.

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Straits Course

The Straits course runs along 2 miles of uninterrupted shoreline of Lake Michigan. All eighteen holes have a view of the lake while eight of them run directly along the shoreline. Enormous bluffs, massive sand dunes and the traditional fescue grass fairways make the Straits course a unique and very challenging golf experience.


The course has five sets of tees to accommodate players of any ability.

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Irish Course

Just inland from the great lake, and interspersed by four meandering streams, the grassland-and-dunes aspect of the Irish is a deceivingly tranquil landscape.



The Carriage House

Kohler Waters Spa creates relaxing, rejuvenating experiences designed to help guests discover the natural, restorative power of earth’s mineral-rich waters.  Since 1873, Kohler has been immersed in the natural restorative properties of earth’s mineral-rich waters. Inspired by our connection to water, Kohler Waters Spa is designed to help guests discover new depths of relaxation and rejuvenation.  From innovative hydrotherapy services to nourishing treatments; Relaxing respite spaces to relaxation pools, as the only five-star spa in the state of Wisconsin, Kohler Waters Spa offers world-class well-being experiences around every corner. 



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Kohler Design Center

A design haven of working Kohler kitchen & bath fixtures as well as a variety of Baker & McGuire furniture & Ann Sacks tile.

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River Wildlife

A 500-acre wilderness preserve and hunt club. It is a wildlife sanctuary that offers 26-miles of Scenic River, hiking and cross-country ski trails, river fishing, shooting sports, upland bird hunting, and a rustic log cabin in the woods.

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Sports Core

A health, fitness and racket club with more than 100,000 sq.ft.


Of facility space on the shores of Wood Lake. This “onsite” facility in the Village of Kohler is open to hotel guests offering a variety of stimulating group classes geared to all fitness levels including aerobics, total body conditioning, cross training, yoga, Pilates, Spinning and kick boxing.


Sports Core’s training centers feature the latest in exercise equipment including StairMasters, Lifecycles, Precor and Life Fitness treadmills, Arc trainers and elliptical trainers, free weights and Cybex circuit training equipment. The facility is what I would consider the best hotel gym available.

Your CDW Travel Contacts

Katie Goad

Business Manager – Samsung Visual Solutions | CDW

Cell: 312-705-6921


Questions...Please contact:

Events by M Team 

Sandy Carosielli at 847-337-2444, email:

Ashley Skowronski 630-945-5272, email:


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