Dumas Bay Centre, a former convent, is an affordable event venue for all types of groups — from business meetings and craft gatherings to memorials and weddings. The event center overlooks Dumas Bay from a 12-acre natural setting with a waterfront gazebo and historic garden. Three meeting rooms can accommodate up to 98 event attendees. And up to 90 guests can overnight in 67 guest rooms.
Our team created a full marketing plan including a new website, brand identity and marketing materials. The work included a comprehensive advertising plan with ads in Bravo, MyWedding.com, the Federal Way Mirror, and other publications.
Friday, our trail work party cleared more trees than we could count from the Sherman Peak Loop trail (photo above, ~6,000 ft.). Then we enjoyed two days of some of Washington State’s finest singletrack – including a 2,000′ descent of the Jungle Hill Loop.
The annual advocacy event is hosted by Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance and coordinated by volunteer Tim Banning. Lucky for us, New Belgium Brewing was a sponsor!
Greenwood/Phinney residents can now enter the 2009 Wacktastic Holiday Light Show Contest!
This is my second year sponsoring this North Seattle community event by providing website development. The new site is powered by WordPress, and features an embedded GoogleMap that accepts batch uploads of contest entries.
Don’t miss the December 20th Awards Party.
Graphic Design credits: Beegee Tolpa, Kelly Davis.
Yesterday, Jen and I completed our volunteer project for the Sustainable West Seattle Festival. After drumming up some sponsors for the event, we presented table information from 10:00-3:00 on raising ‘backyard’ chickens. Jen also presented a workshop at 10:30 for a few dozen Festival attendees (her picture even made the West Seattle Blog).
Stay tuned for a tour of West Seattle chicken coops this summer. Contact me if you are interested.