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ENVISION 2016 Sponsorships Sold Out (tickets still available)

Monday, April 18, 2016   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Elizabeth Peters
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ENVISION 2016 Sponsorships Sold Out (tickets still available)
Supporting Companies Represent the Region’s Leading Businesses

Strategic Economic Development Corporation announced that all sponsorships for the upcoming SEDCOR ENVISION 2016 corporate dinner have been sold out.

Sponsors are among the leading Mid-Willamette Valley firms: Mountain West Investment Corporation, Kaiser Permanente, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Real Estate Professionals, Saalfeld Griggs PC, Rich Duncan Construction, Key Bank, Modern Building Systems, Sherman Sherman Johnnie & Hoyt LLP, and Business Oregon.

"Support for this event has been overwhelming to date," said Chad Freeman, SEDCOR President. "We knew from the start that bringing in someone of Mr. Pleasance's calibur would resonate with the top business leaders of the region. We're grateful to have tremendous support by the some of the strongest companies in the region and thank these companies for their sponsorship."


At the dinner event, Darren Pleasance, Global Customer Acquisitions Director for Google will explore how companies must radically adapt to meet the future needs of stakeholders and customers. His message will challenge leaders' perspective of technology's impact on business and provide a glimpse of the future. 

Every attendee will receive a Google Cardboard™ virtual reality (VR) camera viewer, courtesy of presenting sponsor, Mountain West Investment Corporation.

 

ENVISION 2016 will be held at 6 p.m. May 3 at the Salem Convention Center. Organizers anticipate more than 500 people will attend the region's premier dinner event for business leaders.


For more information and to register for ENVISION 2016, visit sedcor.com or contact Tami Lundy at 503-588-6225 or tlundy@sedcor.com.

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Strategic Economic Development Corporation is the lead economic development entity for Oregon’s Mid-Willamette Valley. The 400-plus member nonprofit association leverages strong public and private partnerships to aggressively retain and attract high value jobs and capital investment to Marion, Polk and Yamhill Counties of Oregon.

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