CSCMP Twin Cities Roundtable Presents:
Amazon Fulfillment Tour in Shakopee, MN, 10:30am Tour Option
Thursday, October 17, 2019
Due to limited amount of space, this is a CSCMP MEMBER OR SPEEDPASS HOLDER ONLY EVENT!
Please join us for the fulfillment tours at Amazon in Shakopee, MN
Amazon tours provide a broad, high-level overview of fulfillment center operations for general audiences. The one-hour walking tour will take the group through the operations process of what happens after a customer clicks "Buy" on Amazon.com.
Networking and lunch offered after the tour nearby from 11:30am-2:30pm @ Dangerfield’s Restaurant (1583 1st Avenue East, Shakopee, MN 55379)
Please note: Day of tour everyone must have ID’s to enter the building, no bags and everyone must have fully closed shoes on to enter (Amazon is not flexible on their footwear policy).
We are required to provide the birthdate of each attendee to amazon. Once you register please email Kimberly with your full name and birthdate.
Tour #1: 10:30am-11:30am, limited to 25 people
Amazon Fulfillment Center
2601 4th Ave East
Shakopee, MN 55379
$35.00 CSCMP Student Member
$35.00 Young Professional Member
$35.00 CSCMP Member
For inquiries or location information, please contact Kimberly Caron.
Below are a few guidelines to help create the best tour experience for your group. Please use the main building entrance located closest to the Amazon Fulfillment logo and to the right of the flags.
Please pay attention to the guideline about fully enclosed shoes, as Amazon is not flexible on the footwear policy.
Guests must wear flat, closed-toe and closed-heel shoes (no sandals, clogs or high heels). We recommend wearing comfortable shoes or sneakers. Additionally, long hair must be pulled above the shoulders, and long-hanging jewelry, scarves and ties are not permitted.
Guests may bring keys, wallets and cellphones on the tour. Please leave all other personal items at home or in the transportation vehicle, including bags, purses, briefcases, backpacks, pocketbooks, and binoculars.
Amazon is a weapon-free workplace, and we reserve the right to turn away a guest if they are unwilling to tour our fulfillment center without a weapon.
No cameras or other video equipment are allowed on the tour. Guests may bring cellphones, as long as they do not use their phone to take pictures or audio/video recordings.
No food or drink is permitted on the tour
The CSCMP Twin Cities Roundtable reserves the right to modify speakers, topics or venues at our full discretion.
Note: Seats are limited, and we need confirmed headcount by Monday, October 14th so register ASAP!