• Celebrate the Event Wave Makers: Emerald City Applause Awards

     
    POSTED March 14, 2018
     

One of my first official duties as editor of Northwest Meetings + Events waaaaaaaaay back when was serving as a judge for the Emerald City Applause Awards. I remember being incredibly impressed by all of the talent in our region. I still am. Come celebrate that ingenuity at the (nearly sold out) 2018 Emerald City Applause Awards (ECAAs). Guests are encouraged to dress in accordance with the event’s theme: Seas the Night.

This year’s nominees are (I’m sure you’ll recognize a name or two or 29):

Animate Objects Physical Theater
A Well Planned Event
Azzura Photography
CORT Party Rental
Crews Creative
CRG Events
Crimson Haze Event Lighting
Davies + Dixon
Foodz Catering
GFS Events
Herban Feast Catering and Events Hines/GREF Events
Jubilee Event Engineers
Lola Creative
Magnus Media Group Video Production
Microsoft
Mike Nakamura Photography
MPI Washington State Chapter
Perfectly Posh Events
Pink Blossom Events
PJ Hummel & Company
Safeco Field - Seattle Mariners
Shindig Events
SHW
Simply Wed
Smooth Groove Productions
Tin Can Alley and PJ Hummel & Company
Tolo Events
Triumph Expo + Events

If you attend a meeting at the Renaissance Reno Downtown Hotel, you might notice a lot more four-legged attendees than usual. That's because Renaissance Reno has let the dogs out with its new "Doggone Good Time" meeting package.

 

The Duniway Portland is launching Vinyl Record Suites to celebrate Record Store Day, an annual celebration of independently owned record stores, on April 13.

These rooms will feature U-turn audio record players with classic records, including The Duniway's Top Five Collections Cases featuring playlists from Ted Wheeler, mayor of Portland, The Duniway General Manager Ryan Kunzer, Jackrabbit's head chef Chris Cosentino and many more.

 

Seattle and King Country recently released results for Visit Seattle’s 2019 Annual Meeting. 2018 saw record visitor volume, expenditures, tax contributions and travel-related employment for Seattle and King County for the ninth year in a row.