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Enjoy Eastern Eagle football from a prime spot this season



As EWU Athletics approaches the return of Eagle Football they invite companies and large groups to join them on the Inferno in the Miller Lite Touchdown Club this season. This brings together proud EWU sponsors, friends and community partners to enjoy Eagle football in the south end zone of the Roos Field. So bring your company, clients, friends and family out to enjoy a game with the Eagles. Each pass serves as entry to the game as well as: 4 drinks (beer/wine/soda/water). All-you-can-eat food. VIP luxuries provided in the Miller Lite Touchdown Tent. Additional beverages can also be purchased for $5.

Contact Tim Shustoff for information. Tim.shustoff@kpsports.net or 509-979-6114


The Riverside Hotel in Boise joins Red Lion's Leo Hotel Collection



Red Lion Hotels Corporation has announced The Riverside Hotel in Boise officially joined the Leo Hotel Collection.

Since acquiring the property in October 2011, the ownership group has spent more than

$2 million in renovations, improvements, equipment and landscaping on The Riverside Hotel. The hotel has been a boon to the southern Idaho economy, developing menus using locally sourced foods, microbrews, wine and spirits.

Additionally, the hotel has become a hot spot for the Boise music scene hosting all genres of live music nightly at the Sandbar Patio Bar &Grill and frequent jazz performances in Sapphire Room. Every Sunday night, the hotel hosts the "Riverside Jazz Jam," presented by locally-renowned musician Sandon Mayhew.

Set on 14 manicured acres, The Riverside Hotel is a resort-style property with 300 rooms and suites situated on the banks of the scenic Boise River. The hotel features more than 21,000 square feet of convention and event space. Newly renovated resort amenities include a large outdoor pool and sundeck, hot tub, "splash pad" for kids, large-scale outdoor chess and petanque courts. The Sandbar Patio Bar &Grill, adjacent to the pool and open seasonally, features live music every night during the spring, summer and fall.

Red Lion Hotels Corporation is a hospitality company primarily engaged in the franchising, ownership and operation of hotels located in ten states and one Canadian province. As of July 30, 2013, the company has 53 hotels system wide. The Red Lion Hotels and Red Lion Inn &Suites network is comprised of 51 hotels with 9,088 rooms and 471,687 square feet of meeting space. The Leo Hotel Collection is comprised of 2 hotels with 3,256 rooms and 241,000 square feet of meeting space. The Leo Hotel Collection is comprised of unique, boutique, historic and destination hotels. Each offers distinctive personality and unique experiences, authentic to their locations. Backed by the power of Red Lion Hotels (RLH), the properties in the Leo Hotel Collection attract customers looking for that personal experience. For more information, visit www.redlion.com.

Simply Northwest set to reveal new logo



On Tuesday, August 13, Simply Northwest, a well-known professional gift service at 11806 E. Sprague Avenue in Spokane Valley, will announce their fresh new look with a "Reveal Party" from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. "Customers are invited to be the first to see our new look and enjoy the amazing service and products they've always loved", says Denielle Waltermire Stuhlmiller, Owner. "

The Spokane Valley Chamber of Commerce will be on hand to celebrate Simply Northwest's announcement of their new brand identity - mainly a new logo- that's been months in the making. Waltermire-Stuhlmiller has been working with Rainmaker Creative through this process and says, "Our new logo is fresh, fun, modern and it encompasses who we are and what we do." There will be samples of the many Northwest specialty food products and treats carried by Simply Northwest including their famous Simply Soft Peanut Brittle. Everyone in attendance will have the chance to participate in games and enter to win prizes custom made by Simply Northwest.

Simply Northwest was founded in 1989 and soon became a favorite local specialty gift shop and gourmet gift basket company. On January 1, 2011, Denielle Waltermire Stuhlmiller, who had served as the Retail Manager for over four years, purchased the business. Simply Northwest showcases locally handcrafted items, regional foods and wines, home d├ęcor, and gifts for every occasion. They also specialize in corporate gift giving by providing businesses throughout the Northwest with promotional products and beautifully designed gourmet gift baskets.

The hours are 9:00 - 5:30 Monday through Friday and 10:00 to 4:00 on Saturday. The phone numbers are 509-927-8206 and 800-214-2686. Visit their website at simplynorthwest.com


New business for the Bulldog Tavern location

Chairs Coffee &Public House will open in the old Bulldog Tavern location in the GU district at 1305 N Hamilton. This will be the second Chairs Coffee House in Spokane and this new location will be open seven days a week, offering breakfast, lunch and dinner. The business plans to open sometime later this year.

Spokane Lilac Festival announces Diamond Anniversary books are available

Established in 1938, the Spokane Lilac Festival set its sights on celebrating the beautiful Lilac City, Spokane, growing it to a popular family destination event and the nation's largest Armed Forces Torchlight Parade.

To commemorate the Diamond Anniversary of the Lilac Festival Association this historic pictorial book was created from collections of photographs and memories of past Lilac Festivals from the first float to this year's festival. Pride, Parades and Princesses is the result of efforts to search and retrieve information covering three-fourths of a century in Spokane. Great memories were renewed and rare photographs retrieved.

A perfect gift and a wonderful addition to any Spokane resident's library, it is priceless to those involved in Lilac Festivals, past and present. The book is now available for $39.95 from the Lilac Festival Association office: 3021 S Regal St., Suite 105. Spokane, WA 99223-4664, phone: 509.535.4554, email: office@spokanelilacfestival.org or call 509-535-4554.


New hires at the Lincoln Center

The Lincoln Center has hired 3 key individuals. First, as an Event Coordinator, Kelsee Tower has joined the team to focus on weddings. Her background includes several positions at The Davenport Hotel, including wedding coordination.

Second, as an event coordinator, Jamie Blomberg joins The Lincoln Center team to specialize in reaching out to Inland Northwest entities in need of party, training or any other meeting space with catering. Her background includes owning her own establishment and event coordination expereince from non profit fundraisers to holiday parties.

And third, The Lincoln Center welcomes veteran catering server Ken Holeman to their team. He brings an extensive background in hospitality, including 16 years with the Spokane Club. In addition to his serving skills, Ken is also the "whiz kid" of audio-visual systems. His expertise will complement our team of professionals at The Lincoln Center.


Spokane MARCOM announces 2013-14 board of directors

The Spokane Regional Marketing and Communications Association (MarCom) is proud to announce its 2013-2014 Board of Directors. The Marcom Board of Directors are experienced in marketing, communications and public relations in the local Spokane community. Each chooses to volunteer time and knowledge to provide exceptional professional development opportunities and leadership to our community.

President, Leslie Czernik, HOTSTART; Vice President/Incoming President/Programming Chair, Kevin Dudley, Greater Spokane Incorporated; Past President, Alyssa Ando, RESCUE! Pest Control Products; Communications Chair, Chelsea Maguire, Better Business Bureau; Visual Communications Chair, Jennifer Van Eps, Natural Resources Conservation Service; Events Chair, Annie Gannon, Spokane Area Workforce Development; Finance Chair, Joanne Vega, Strategic Research Associates; Sponsorship Chair, Ronda Weaver; Internship Chair, Jonathan Manfredonia, STCU; Membership Chair, Kelly Fry, BHW1; and Spark Awards Judging Chair, Emily Easley, Desautel Hege Communications.

The Spokane Regional Marketing and Communications Association (MarCom) is Spokane's leading communication organization dedicated to advancing the integrated marketing communication profession through professional development, community impact and a commitment to credibility. MarCom meets on the first Friday of every month (except July, August and January). Visit www.SpokaneMarCom.org to become a member and pre-register for meetings.


Spokane Chiefs Hockey hires Brian Cobb

The Spokane Chiefs have hired Brian Cobb as the organization's new Director of Public/Media Relations. Cobb was a Public Relations/Marketing intern for the Seattle Thunderbirds during the 2011-12 season, while pursuing his Master's in Sport Administration and Leadership from Seattle University. He also has a degree in Political Science from Washington State University. Cobb replaces Jay Stewart, who had served as Director of Public/Media Relations since 2000. Stewart was recently promoted to Vice President - Sponsorships.

Ticket packages for the 2013-14 season are currently on sale. The Chiefs will open the regular season on the road against Tri-City on Saturday, September 21 with Bud Light Opening Night taking place on Saturday, September 28 as they host the Americans. Contact a Chiefs Account Executive at (509) 535-PUCK.

Red Lion Hotels' Harry G. Sladich Named to Destination & Travel Foundation Executive Committee



Red Lion Hotels Corporation has announced Harry G. Sladich has been named Executive Committee Member At-Large for the 2013-2015 Destination & Travel Foundation Board of Trustees. Sladich was named to the Board of Trustees in 2012 and this week was elected to the Executive Committee of the board.

Sladich also serves as a U.S. Travel Association At-Large Director, a post to which he was named in 2011.

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