Can art transform a community? Situated in downtown Eau Claire at the junction of the Eau Claire and Chippewa Rivers, the Pablo Center at the Confluence is widely expected to do just that. The 130,000-square-foot facility, which had its grand opening last month, will provide the community a wide range of cultural opportunities.
But the Center is expected to be so much more than a stunning venue for the performing, visual, and literary arts. Local leaders anticipate that it has the potential to be a powerful economic driver, not just for downtown Eau Claire but the entire Chippewa Valley Region.
Proud to support a cultural center that will strengthen our community
For M3, helping businesses and organizations through our professional services is one way we try to make a difference in our communities. Another way is by financially supporting community initiatives that we view as profoundly important. The Pablo Center at the Confluence is a great example of that.
“M3 is committed to supporting the Eau Claire area community and excited to be part of a project that has the potential to vastly and positively affect the city for generations to come,” says Mike Victorson, president & CEO at M3 Insurance. “The new performing arts center will undoubtedly contribute to the region’s cultural, social, and economic health.”