April 2011

Found 13 blog entries for April 2011.

The 31st Annual Pasco Chamber Auction, Lights...Camera...Auction, is right around the corner and tickets are going fast. The auction will be held on April 9 at the Red Lion Hotel in Pasco Washington beginning with a social hour at 6:00pm. There will be a silent auction, dinner, and a live auction. Those who are interested in supporting the Pasco Chamber of Commerce but who are unable to attend can make item donations in the name of their business or family. These items can be anything that are considered to reflect the business or that would attract some bids. Those interested in buying tickets for a table of 8 the cost is $325 or individual tickets for $45 per person, can call the Pasco Chamber at 509.547.9755 or send an email.

The Pasco Chamber of

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TRIDEC's Bridging Partnerships Small Business Symposium is the Tri-Cities premier small business event taking place April 26 – 27 at the TRAC in Pasco Washington. Attendees will learn about government contracting with representation from Hanford Prime Contractors, Site Contractors, Tri-Cities Area Ports, municipalities, and state & federal agencies. Bridging Partnerships offers excellent networking, partnering and education opportunities!

Tuesday, April 26, gets started with a bus tour of the Hanford Site to the first 120 guests to register for the symposium, registration must be made before April 8; click here for more information about the Hanford Tours. The Small Business Symposium will begin at 5:30 pm with a reception for exhibitors, sponsors and

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Little ol’ Tri Cities Washington isn’t as quaint as those living here might think it is. Dating back to the early 1900s the Tri Cities has been recognized for many great accomplishments and earned a place on many different Top 10 or Top 20 lists around the nation.

The most recent accomplishment or Top 20 list that the Tri Cities has made its way on to is the American Cowboy Magazine’s Top 20 list of the best places in the west for a cowboy. The magazine looked at places where there are still beautiful pieces of untainted land, untouched by the metro areas. Places where cowboys could hang their hats with plenty of room to stretch out. The Tri Cities own Kennewick Washington made it onto the list as one of four cities in the Northwest. The article

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