Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Governor Gregoire to Make Special Announcement at City Center Luncheon

Governor Christine Gregoire will attend Friday’s City Center Luncheon to make a special announcement about Tacoma. To accommodate the Governor’s announcement the venue of the luncheon has been changed to the Marriott Hotel Ballroom.

Register now to find out what’s in store for downtown Tacoma in 2010!

When: Friday, Jan. 15th,
Time: 11:30 (registration) 12:00-1:15 (program)
Location: Courtyard by Marriott, Marriott Ballroom, 1515 Commerce St., Tacoma
Validated parking is available in the Convention Center Garage

Thank you to this quarter’s City Center Luncheon sponsor Absher Construction Company

In addition to the Governor’s announcement, this quarter’s luncheon will feature:

A Community Forecast by a panel of experts from the commercial, retail and residential housing real estate markets, the hospitality industry and the cultural arts sector. Representatives from Windermere Real Estate, Colliers International, the Broadway Center and The Greater Tacoma Convention and Visitors Bureau, among others will discuss what you can expect from each of these sectors in downtown Tacoma in 2010.

The Tacoma Partnership, an effort by community leaders to dramatically upgrade the infrastructure and aesthetics of downtown; enhance the educational and cultural opportunities offered downtown; and recruit and retain high-wage primary jobs in downtown.

The Downtown: on the Go! Transportation Partnership
Learn how you and your business can join nearly 20 other businesses and organizations in advocating for commute strategies that save you money and help get you to your destination faster.

PT Tomorrow, Pierce Transit’s System Redesign
Pierce Transit is in the midst of a complete system overhaul. Come to learn how Pierce Transit is preparing for the future of transit in Pierce County.

Prices: $225 Corporate Tables of 8
$20 Ambassadors pre-paid
$25 Members pre-paid
$30 Members at the door
$35 Non-members/Walk-Ins

Register with Janice Hutchins, (253) 627.2175 or

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous2:29 PM

    If they aren't moving the capitol here they better be giving us some streetcar money!