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The Suttle Lodge & Boathouse

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Tucked amid the tall Ponderosa pines along the shores of Central Oregon’s picturesque Suttle Lake, the Suttle Lodge & Boathouse has recently undergone a major renovation. The historic Main Lodge, the Boathouse and guest cabins are now an ideal mountain-lake getaway. The rustic, yet comfortable ambience provides the perfect atmosphere for a productive business meeting or a fun retreat. The Den, located on the second floor of the Main Lodge, can accommodate 40 guests for a conference or presentation and 30 for a banquet. Vintage chairs and a large fireplace add a cozy touch, while the big-screen television is available
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World Trade Center Seattle Announces 2017 Events Series

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World Trade Center Seattle (WTCSE) recently announced its 2017 professional panel series, featuring some of the area’s top CEOs. The events will be hosted at WTCSE, which is part of the world’s largest international educational and business services network. It provides access, collaboration and networking opportunities to business leaders and entrepreneurs throughout the region. Tickets range from $25 to $50 for WTCSE members and from $35 to $60 for nonmembers. The 2017 event lineup includes the following: Mastering the Art of Business Entertaining April 25, 2017 at 5 p.m. Learn tips from expert panelists on how to bring order, ease
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New Event Center Comes to Federal Way

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A spacious lobby with commanding views of Mount Rainier and an outdoor public plaza are highlights of the newest event facility in the Seattle region. Located in the heart of Federal Way, Washington, the Federal Way Performing Arts and Event Center is scheduled to open in August, 2017. The 41,000 square-foot facility features a 716-seat auditorium with a full performance stage and 6,000 square feet of additional event spaces. Seating for 500 guests in the orchestra section and 200 in the balcony makes the auditorium ideally suited for a presentation or seminar. Two equal-sized event rooms are located adjacent to
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Coast Hotel Bellevue Becomes Hotel 116

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Located in the heart of Bellevue, Washington, the Coast Hotel Bellevue has updated its appearance and, with that, changed its name. New exterior paint, new landscaping throughout the facility and renovations to the guest rooms have created a chic, modern look. The central location, just off of I-405 and only 20 minutes from downtown Seattle makes Hotel 116 an attractive option for meeting and event planners in Western Washington. The hotel is only a few blocks from the Meydenbauer Center, Bellevue’s large event venue, and all the shopping, dining and entertainment options in the center of the city. People attending
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Travel Portland Moves into a New Space

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Travel Portland, the official destination marketing organization for the city of Portland, has moved into a new space. After 16 years at its previous location, Travel Portland relocated to a new facility at Southwest First and Main that is a reflection of the unique, collaborative and creative city. “Portland is an aspirational destination for domestic and international travelers, and the Travel Portland team has grown over the years to meet the demands of leisure, business and group travel to the region,” states Jeff Miller, president and CEO of Travel Portland. “To accommodate our larger staff, we conducted an extensive two-year
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EMP Museum becomes MOPOP

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Seattle’s world famous EMP Museum has now become the Museum of Pop Culture (MOPOP). Long a destination for music lovers and pop culture enthusiasts, the museum has always been about more than just music. The exhibits have encompassed all aspects of pop culture from comics to science fiction and pop art. The new name reflects the wide-ranging content exhibited at the museum. For meeting and event planners, the museum offers one-of-a-kind space to suit any group‘s needs. The 5,384 square-foot Sky Church is an impressive venue for a reception, banquet or concert. With an awe-inspiring 33 foot by 60 foot
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New Event Center on Washington’s Long Beach Peninsula

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Re-live your grade school days with a conference or event at the Chinook School Event Center. The 1924 schoolhouse in the fishing village of Chinook, Washington, was no longer serving students, and, over the years, it fell into disrepair. It has now been beautifully restored and revitalized as a community center and event venue. “This has been a true community collaboration, preserving the historic property while re-purposing it into a useful venue,” explains Andi Day, executive director of the Long Beach Visitors Bureau. With a capacity of 299, the school’s gymnasium building can accommodate conferences, meetings or seminars. The large
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Copper King Hotel and Convention Center

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After sitting idle for more than two years, Butte’s Copper King Hotel and Convention Center will soon spring back to life. A long-time mainstay of the community and a popular meeting space, the hotel closed in 2014. Now, a May, 2017, opening is planned for the completely refurbished facility. The hotel has been thoroughly remodeled and feels brand new. The venue offers a variety of spaces for meetings and events. With a maximum capacity of 500 guests, the hotel is great for a conference, seminar or corporate meeting. Additional rooms and suites provide space for breakout sessions and executive retreats.
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