The PopUp Tour continued in Portland today with a day full of events focusing on the potential of German-American cooperation in the business, technology and digital innovation.
With stops in Chicago, St. Louis, and Atlanta in the rear view mirror, the Wunderbar Together PopUp Tour headed to the West Coast for its final stop in Portland, Oregon. The tour will be in the Beaver State all week long with fun events related to German-American art, business, sport, and culture!
At the PopUp Tour’s most recent stop in Atlanta, more than 200 middle and high school students from local schools visited the PopUp tent for Schoolfest, a day of games, workshops, and fun!
Atlanta Plugged In on CBS46 invited Wunderbar Together’s Deputy Director, Miriam Bruns, to talk about the PopUp Tour’s most recent stop in Atlanta.
Felix Zeltner of Work Awesome created an interactive walking tour, “Walk Awesome,” with Ryan Gravel, the designer of the Atlanta Beltline. Gravel explained the ideas behind the creation of the Beltline and how Atlanta continues to grow and change.