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  • Don't Just Sit There: Experience Your Meeting on the Tillamook Coast

     
    POSTED March 17, 2017
     

Sponsored by Visit Tillamook Coast

Just 90 minutes from Portland and the Willamette Valley, Oregon's Tillamook Coast offers charming villages, breathtaking views, and a welcoming atmosphere for your executive retreat, team building event, board meeting, association banquet, family reunion, hobby groups, and small business conferences. Stretching along scenic Highway 101 for more than 70 miles, the Tillamook Coast includes Manzanita in the north to Neskowin in the south. Your group will be inspired by gathering near the ocean, bays, rivers, farms, forests and villages. Group activities abound, from golfing and hiking, to kayaking and fishing. And off course, there’s nothing like taking in a sunrise or sunset on the most beautiful part of the Oregon Coast. For more information and help planning your group event, go to www.tillamookcoast.com/meetings 

The Highland Lakes Region extends from Lady Bird Lake in downtown Austin to 100 miles outside the city to Lake Buchanan. The chain of seven lakes formed from a series of dams along the Colorado River offer opportunities to boat, kayak, fish and swim while taking in the Texas Hill Country. 

It’s a “serene environment,” says Salina McCullough, sales and programs manager at Canyon of the Eagles, “away from the hustle and bustle of the city.”

 

Microsoft recently produced Solutions5, the seventh annual collaborative conference bringing together five premier food service associations: Association of Correctional Food Service Affiliation, Association for Healthcare Foodservice, Foodservice Consultants Society International, National Association of College Auxiliary Services and the Society for Hospitality & Foodservice Management.

 

Last year, Sister Cities International celebrated its 60th anniversary. The organization was founded as a result of President Dwight D. Eisenhower’s People-to-People program. Eisenhower believed that cultural exchanges, youth programs, sharing arts and culture, and exchanging business ideas and research and development projects could foster bonds between people of different communities. Here in the Northwest, each of our major cities has a number of sister cities. Seattle, for example, has 21, while Portland, Oregon, has nine (and one friendship city).