Event Snapshots: Northwest M+E in Reno

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    1. Ginny Solomon with Travel Tacoma.

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    2. Learning to make a Dante’s Inferno at the Fire & Ice Mixology session sponsored by Vail Resorts.

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    3. “Active Shooter Preparedness” was a valuable educational session.

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    4. Kristin McMahon Wiseman with Alderbrook Resort takes some time out with a Paws 4 Love therapy dog.

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    5. Ginny Solomon; Ebony Peterson, Hotel Murano; and Rena Yadrick, Travel Tacoma, channel “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” Holly Golightly at the welcome reception.

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    6. Dominic Tinio with Burning Man.

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    7. Celebrating at the Fire & Ice Gala.

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    8. Gina Tucci with the Master Builders Association of King and Snohomish Counties at the hosted buyer event.

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    9. Magician Nash Fung prepares to wow his audience with some sleight of hand.

The 2018 Cascadia Educational Conference was held in Reno, Nevada, this past March and Northwest Meetings + Events was proud to be a sponsor. Held at the Peppermill Resort Spa Casino, the conference schedule was filled to the brim with networking, entertaining speakers, smart ideas and, of course, poker!

Built in 1909, the Montvale Event Center, located in Spokane, Washington, was formerly the home of an Independent Order of Odd Fellows Lodge. Over the years, it has also served as commercial space—housing both the Herring-Hall-Marvin Safe Company and the Riley Candy Company at different times— and dance halls, first the Metronome Dance Hall from 1950 to 1953 and then the Hi-Spot Dance Hall from 1954 to 1956.