BUSINESS & ECONOMIC FORUM




 THE REGIONAL ECONOMIC OUTLOOK


         FEBRUARY 4TH - 2010
CONTENTS


▪   Welcome

▪   Agenda

▪   The Moderator

▪   The Panelists

▪   Forum Participants

▪   Background Informati...
WELCOME

 Fellow Eagle Scouts,
 Thank you for choosing to join us for the first-ever Eagle Scout Business & Economic Forum...
AGENDA



 0700    Registration

 0730    Begin breakfast & program

 0730    Flag salute, announcements, ice-breaker

 07...
THE MODERATOR
              Rob McKenna is serving his second term as Washington's 17th Attorney General. As the state's c...
THE PANELISTS
               Brad Tilden is the President of Alaska Airlines. Previously, Tilden served as Alaska Air Grou...
FORUM PARTICIPANTS* (1 of 3)
Miller Adams                                                     Alex Bean                   ...
FORUM PARTICIPANTS* (2 of 3)
Robert Haynie                                                    Steven Jones                ...
FORUM PARTICIPANTS* (3 of 3)
John Raffetto                                                    Mark Steelquist             ...
BACKGROUND INFORMATION

ECONOMIC REFERENCE DATA




                           9
WASHINGTON’S ECONOMY GREW AS THE RECESSION BEGAN




SOURCE: Bureau of Economic Analysis, US Department of Commerce   10
NATIONAL ECONOMIC GROWTH ACCELERATED IN 2009
           Real Gross Domestic Product (seasonally adjusted), change from pre...
UNEMPLOYMENT AT THE HIGHEST RATE IN TWENTY YEARS
           Unemployment rate, seasonally adjusted
           Percent
    ...
WASHINGTON UNEMPLOYMENT: 20TH HIGHEST IN THE U.S.
          Percent
                  Michigan                            ...
WASHINGTON UNEMPLOYMENT BY AREA
                   Unemployment by MSA1, not seasonally adjusted
                   Percen...
WASHINGTON AEROSPACE & CONSTRUCTION EMPLOYMENT
           Employees
  220,000

  200,000

  180,000

  160,000
           ...
WASHINGTON OCCUPATION STATISTICS
                                                                           Estimated     ...
CASE - SHILLER HOME PRICE INDEX BY METRO AREA
          Percent change, one year, Nov 08 to Nov 09

                      ...
FORECLOSURE RATES
                                                                        Foreclosures, 2009             C...
BACKGROUND INFORMATION

EAGLE SCOUTS OF WESTERN WASHINGTON




                                     19
GROUP OVERVIEW

 Eagle Scouts of Western Washington is a new service and networking organization
 created for Eagle Scouts...
GROUP MEMBERS – OCCUPATIONAL DISTRIBUTION



                                   All Other Industries
                     ...
GROUP MEMBERS – GEOGRAPHIC DISTRIBUTION




                          Within 10 miles of Seattle = 48%
                   ...
GROWTH PLAN




              23
EVENT CREDITS
This forum would not have been possible without generous contributions of time and
resources provided by our...
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Eagle Economic Forum 4 Feb 2010

  1. 1. BUSINESS & ECONOMIC FORUM THE REGIONAL ECONOMIC OUTLOOK FEBRUARY 4TH - 2010
  2. 2. CONTENTS ▪ Welcome ▪ Agenda ▪ The Moderator ▪ The Panelists ▪ Forum Participants ▪ Background Information - Economic Reference Data ▪ Background Information - Eagle Scouts of Western Washington ▪ Event Credits 1
  3. 3. WELCOME Fellow Eagle Scouts, Thank you for choosing to join us for the first-ever Eagle Scout Business & Economic Forum! We are excited to offer this event and reconnect with you, and we are confident that you will find today’s discussion enjoyable, informative, and helpful. As Eagle Scouts, you know first-hand that Scouting generates a wealth of positive benefits to America’s youth, as well as to both society and commerce at large. In Washington State alone, every year Scouting reaches nearly 75,000 youth and delivers over 480,000 hours of community service. Nationally, Scouting has an unmatched track record in youth development and has – since 1910 – cultivated in our country’s youth a refined sense of purpose, a dedication to civic virtue, and a positive “can do” attitude. Every year, thousands of Eagle Scouts join business, government, and the military with both a broad palette of skills and a dedication to honesty, loyalty, and all the other values which Scouting helps to instill and upon which the success of our nation and our economy depend. Still, there is much more work to be done. Today, as Scouting celebrates 100 years in the United States, we invite you to reengage with Scouting and invest your energy and goodwill in a program which has (and will) prepare the youth of today for the challenges of tomorrow. Just as business must evolve and retool to stay competitive, Scouting requires fresh infusions of ideas, sweat equity, and capital in order to prosper. We hope that you, the Eagle Scouts of Western Washington, are prepared to meet this challenge and help define the next 100 years of Scouting in America. Yours in Scouting, Matt Barton Robert Haynie Pat Craven Gavin Woody Eagle Class 1993 Eagle Class 1967 Eagle Class 1976 Eagle Class 1995 2
  4. 4. AGENDA 0700 Registration 0730 Begin breakfast & program 0730 Flag salute, announcements, ice-breaker 0745 Panel discussion moderated by Rob McKenna, featuring Brad Tilden, Miller Adams, & Fred Grimm 0855 Concluding remarks 0900 Adjourn 3
  5. 5. THE MODERATOR Rob McKenna is serving his second term as Washington's 17th Attorney General. As the state's chief legal officer, he directs 500 attorneys and nearly 700 professional staff providing legal services to state agencies, boards and commissions. Under AG McKenna’s leadership, the Office of the Attorney General was the first state agency to implement a performance management plan that rewards high-performing employees who achieve rigorous goals. He has also updated the state’s public records law and developed model rules for public disclosure and electronic records. McKenna has argued and won two cases before the United States Supreme Court, defending initiatives passed by Washington citizens on campaign reform and the top- Rob McKenna two primary. During his tenure as attorney general, AG McKenna has won numerous honors on both the state and national levels, including the Distinguished Eagle Award from the Boy Scouts of America. McKenna received his J.D. from the University of Chicago Law School in 1988, where he was a member of the Law Review. He earned a B.A. in Economics and a B.A. in International Studies, both with honors, from the University of Washington. McKenna was student body president at the U.W. and graduated Phi Beta Kappa. He has been an attorney for 20 years since beginning his career in 1988 at the Bellevue office of Perkins Coie, one of the nation's top 50 law firms. He practiced business and regulatory law at Perkins Coie from June 1988 to January 1996. In 1995, McKenna was elected to the Metropolitan King County Council. He was re-elected twice without opposition and was twice rated "Outstanding" by the Municipal League. A committed community leader, McKenna has strongly supported both the Eastside Domestic Violence Program and the Bellevue Schools Foundation. McKenna serves as a board member of the Chief Seattle Council of the Boy Scouts of America and as president of the Bellevue Community College Foundation. 4
  6. 6. THE PANELISTS Brad Tilden is the President of Alaska Airlines. Previously, Tilden served as Alaska Air Group’s chief financial officer and executive vice president of finance, leading the Finance, Information Technology, Planning, Revenue Management and Corporate Real Estate organizations. Before joining Alaska in 1991, he spent eight years with the accounting firm Price Waterhouse. Tilden earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Pacific Lutheran University and an executive master’s degree in business administration from the University of Washington. He also holds a private pilot’s license. Tilden serves on the boards of Pacific Lutheran University and the Chief Seattle Council of the Boy Scouts of America. He is also a regular guest speaker in University of Washington business school classes. A resident of Issaquah, Tilden is married and has three children. Introduced to aviation early in life, he grew up a few miles from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, where he watched Alaska Airlines’ aircraft take off and land. In addition to enjoying time with his family, he is a dedicated cyclist. Brad Tilden Miller Adams is General Counsel and Executive Vice President for Corporate Affairs at Integral Systems. He recently joined Integral after many years at The Boeing Company where he was responsible for creating and managing a global R&D and technology strategy at the company's Phantom Works. Miller is a member of the Washington State, National, and American Bar Associations and is active in various civic organizations including the Board of Trustees of the Church Divinity School of the Pacific, The Rainier Club, the Scoutreach Foundation, and the Philmont Ranch Committee, a national committee of the Boy Scouts of America. Miller has received various honors and awards during his career including the Chairman's Award at the Black Engineer of the Year Conference. He is a graduate of Seattle University and earned his JD at The University of Puget Sound School of Law (now the Seattle University School of Law). Miller Adams Fred Grimm is the Chief Executive Officer of Triad Development. Since starting the company in 1984, Mr. Grimm has overseen the daily operations of Triad and the development of over $1 Billion in commercial real estate. Outside of Triad, Mr. Grimm shares his years of development experience as a frequently requested public speaker. Mr. Grimm graduated with honors (Order of the Coif) from the University of Washington School of Law in 1981 and holds a BA in Business Administration from the University of Puget Sound where he graduated Magna Cum Laude. Mr. Grimm is very engaged in the community and serves on boards of several local charities and non-profit organizations. He has a particular focus on education (Trustee for the University of Puget Sound; creator of a college scholarship program funded by the Fred and Margaret Grimm Foundation) and youth (Boy Scouts of America; Metrocenter/YMCA). Mr. Grimm lives in Seattle with his wife and two daughters and spends much of his free time coaching their soccer and basketball teams. Fred Grimm 5
  7. 7. FORUM PARTICIPANTS* (1 of 3) Miller Adams Alex Bean Patrick DeLangis Integral Systems (Aerospace & Defense) KIRO TV (Broadcast Television) Matson, Driscoll & Damico (Accounting) Eagle Class of 1965 Eagle Class of 2001 Eagle Class of 1994 Seattle, Washington Redmond, Washington Lomita, California Jon Anderton Don Black Eric Drivdahl Merrill Lynch (Financial Services) Ogden Murphy Wallace (Law Firm) Gelotte Hommas (Architecture) Eagle Class of 1993 Eagle Class of 1982 Eagle Class of 1989 Seattle, Washington Yakima, Washington Kent, Washington James Bach Scott Champion Chris Griffes CBRE (Real Estate) ING Direct (Banking & Finance) KMD Architects (Architecture) Eagle Class of 1992 Eagle Class of 1998 Eagle Class of 1972 Bellevue, Washington Kenmore, Washington Warner Robins, Georgia Dan Baldwin Colin Chapman Fred Grimm Quantum (Information Technology) Clariture (Custom Software Development) Triad Development (Real Estate) Eagle Class of 1994 Eagle Class of 1984 Eagle Class of 1973 Fallon, Nevada Bellevue, Washington Seattle, Washington Matt Barton John Courtright Mark Haller GCW Consulting (Aviation / Consulting) SIE (Aerospace Engineering) Tri-Tec Manufacturing (Defense Industry) Eagle Class of 1993 Eagle Class of 1964 Eagle Class of 1968 Bakersfield, California Elk Grove, Illinois Port Townsend, Washington Chris Bean Patrick Craven Scott Hawley Private Advisory Group (Wealth Management) Chief Seattle Council (Youth Development) Keller Williams (Real Estate & IT) Eagle Class of 1992 Eagle Class of 1976 Eagle Class of 1993 Redmond, Washington Cincinnati, Ohio Raytown, Missouri *NOTE: Participants listed in alphabetical order by last name. Profile data (including date and location of Eagle award) provided individually by each participant. 6
  8. 8. FORUM PARTICIPANTS* (2 of 3) Robert Haynie Steven Jones Rob McKenna Oppenheimer & Co, Inc. (Finance) Code Publishing (Legal Publishing) State of Washington (Government) Eagle Class of 1967 Eagle Class of 1990 Eagle Class of 1979 Seattle, Washington Nacogdoches, Texas Bellevue, Washington Chris Hellstern Jon-Michael Kasten Eric Mehlum KMD Architects (Architecture) Avtech Corp (Aerospace) Quantum (Finance) Eagle Class of 1999 Eagle Class of 1995 Eagle Class of 1994 Ennis, Texas Issaquah, Washington Issaquah, Washington Michael Hendrickson Jeffrey Laurence Christopher Myers StoneBridge Securities (Finance) Symetra Financial (Insurance) Moss Adams LLP (Accounting) Eagle Class of 1960 Eagle Class of 1979 Eagle Class of 1967 Anaconda, Montana Thousand Oaks, California Wichita, Kansas Brad Holt Paul Leonard Ken Ohnemus Coinstar (Consumer Services) Carbon Design Group (Product Design) Red Moon Interactive (Software / Internet) Eagle Class of 1982 Eagle Class of 1981 Eagle Class of 1979 Great Falls, Montana Bothell, Washington Quincy, Illinois Craig Husa Ray Makela Jared Plank NeuralIQ (Network Security) Vo2 Performance Center (Fitness) MLA Engineering (Structural Engineer) Eagle Class of 1977 Eagle Class of 1982 Eagle Class of 1994 Spokane, Washington Seattle, Washington Rochester, Washington David Isaac Kevin McFarland Alan Pratt Edward Jones Investments (Finance) Seattle Pacific University (Student) Pratt Legacy Advisors (Estate Planning) Eagle Class of 1988 Eagle Class of 2006 Eagle Class of 1970 Columbia, South Carolina Bellevue, Washington Bellevue, Washington *NOTE: Participants listed in alphabetical order by last name. Profile data (including date and location of Eagle award) provided individually by each participant. 7
  9. 9. FORUM PARTICIPANTS* (3 of 3) John Raffetto Mark Steelquist Brian Weaver Raffetto Herman Communications (PR) Cascade Leadership Challenge Federal Reserve Bank (Finance) Eagle Class of 1986 (Youth Development) Eagle Class of 1988 Yorktown, Virginia Eagle Class of 1975 Seattle, Washington Burien, Washington Greg Riggs Chris Strasbourg Gary Whitsell Riggs Wealth Management (Investments) Winged Stitches Embroidery (Clothing) Miller Rieke Whitsell and Co. (CPA) Eagle Class of 1971 Eagle Class of 1970 Eagle Class of 1966 Bothell, Washington North Augusta, South Carolina Seattle, Washington Aaron Ruckman Brad Tilden Robert Wiley III Microsoft (Software) Alaska Airlines (Transportation) VIE Communication (Marketing / Branding) Eagle Class of 1988 Eagle Class of 1976 Eagle Class of 1970 Sandy, Utah Burien, Washington Mercer Island, Washington Eric Seeb Andrew Van Winkle Gavin Woody Army National Guard (Government) University of Washington (Law Student) McKinsey & Company (Consulting) Eagle Class of 1999 Eagle Class of 2006 Eagle Class of 1995 Anchorage, Alaska Spokane, Washington Bakersfield, California Ken Sethney Charles Van Winkle Ken Sethney (Executive Coaching) Adobe Systems (Computer Software) Eagle Class of 1966 Eagle Class of 2001 Bremerton, Washington Spokane, Washington Cameron Shearon Dale Washburn AT&T (Telecommunications) Washburn Communication (Marketing) Eagle Class of 1984 Eagle Class of 1984 Raleigh, North Carolina Richland, Washington *NOTE: Participants listed in alphabetical order by last name. Profile data (including date and location of Eagle award) provided individually by each participant. 8
  10. 10. BACKGROUND INFORMATION ECONOMIC REFERENCE DATA 9
  11. 11. WASHINGTON’S ECONOMY GREW AS THE RECESSION BEGAN SOURCE: Bureau of Economic Analysis, US Department of Commerce 10
  12. 12. NATIONAL ECONOMIC GROWTH ACCELERATED IN 2009 Real Gross Domestic Product (seasonally adjusted), change from preceding period Percent 8 6 4 2 0 -2 Early 90’s Dot-com -4 recessionary bubble/bust period -6 -8 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 “The acceleration in real GDP in the fourth quarter of 2009 primarily reflected an acceleration in private inventory investment, a deceleration in imports, and an upturn in nonresidential fixed investment that were partly offset by decelerations in federal government spending and in personal consumption expenditures” -BEA news release, 29 Jan 10 SOURCE: Bureau of Economic Analysis, US Department of Commerce 11
  13. 13. UNEMPLOYMENT AT THE HIGHEST RATE IN TWENTY YEARS Unemployment rate, seasonally adjusted Percent 10.5 10.0 Unemployment US as of Dec ‘09 9.5 Percent WA 9.0 US 10.0 WA 9.5 8.5 8.0 7.5 7.0 6.5 6.0 5.5 5.0 4.5 4.0 3.5 1989 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 SOURCE: Bureau of Labor Statistics, US Department of Labor 12
  14. 14. WASHINGTON UNEMPLOYMENT: 20TH HIGHEST IN THE U.S. Percent Michigan 14.6 New York 9.0 Nevada 13.0 Connecticut 8.9 Rhode Island 12.9 Pennsylvania 8.9 South Carolina 12.6 Alaska 8.8 California 12.4 Wisconsin 8.7 District of Columbia 12.1 Maine 8.3 Florida 11.8 New Mexico 8.3 North Carolina 11.2 Texas 8.3 Illinois 11.1 Arkansas 7.7 Alabama 11.0 Colorado 7.5 Louisiana 7.5 Oregon 11.0 Maryland 7.5 Ohio 10.9 Wyoming 7.5 Tennessee 10.9 Minnesota 7.4 Kentucky 10.7 New Hampshire 7.0 Mississippi 10.6 Hawaii 6.9 Georgia 10.3 Vermont 6.9 New Jersey 10.1 Virginia 6.9 Indiana 9.9 Montana 6.7 Missouri 9.6 Utah 6.7 Washington 9.5 Iowa 6.6 Massachusetts 9.4 Kansas 6.6 Arizona 9.1 Oklahoma 6.6 Idaho 9.1 Nebraska 4.7 West Virginia 9.1 South Dakota 4.7 Delaware 9.0 North Dakota 4.4 SOURCE: Bureau of Labor Statistics, US Department of Labor, as of December 2009 13
  15. 15. WASHINGTON UNEMPLOYMENT BY AREA Unemployment by MSA1, not seasonally adjusted Percent Longview (Cowlitz) 13.3 Yakima 11.0 Mt. Vernon-Anacortes (Skagit) 10.8 Tacoma Metropolitan Division 9.5 Wenatchee 9.4 Spokane 9.3 Seattle-Bellevue-Everett Metro Division 9.0 Bellingham 8.3 Kennewick-Pasco-Richland 8.1 Bremerton 7.6 Olympia 7.6 Washington average 9.5 1 Metropolitan Statistical Area SOURCE: Washington State Employment Security Department, Labor Market and Economic Analysis Branch 14
  16. 16. WASHINGTON AEROSPACE & CONSTRUCTION EMPLOYMENT Employees 220,000 200,000 180,000 160,000 Construction1 140,000 120,000 100,000 80,000 Aerospace2 60,000 40,000 20,000 1990 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 1 Includes construction of buildings (residential, commercial), heavy/civil engineering, and specialty trade contractors 2 Includes aerospace product and parts manufacturing SOURCE: Labor Market and Economic Analysis, Washington Employment Security Department 15
  17. 17. WASHINGTON OCCUPATION STATISTICS Estimated Estimated average annual growth1 employment, 2007 2007-2012 2012-2017 Annual wage Thousands % % $ thousands Office and Administrative Support 490 0.4 1.4 35 Sales 352 0.4 1.2 39 Food Preparation and Serving 255 0.5 1.0 24 Construction and Extraction 231 -1.4 2.1 50 Transportation and Material Moving 223 -0.2 1.3 35 Production 189 -1.2 1.0 38 Education Training and Library 186 1.2 1.4 48 Business and Financial Operations 152 0.6 1.4 66 Healthcare Practitioners and Technical 145 1.9 1.8 75 Personal Care and Service 136 1.7 1.3 28 Management 130 0.5 1.2 112 Installation Maintenance and Repair 125 0.1 1.0 47 Building and Grounds Cleaning/Maintenance 117 1.3 1.6 28 Computer and Mathematical 111 2.0 2.5 83 Farming, Fishing, and Forestry 90 0 0.1 30 Architecture and Engineering 86 0.8 1.2 77 Healthcare Support 79 2.2 1.8 30 Arts Design, Entertainment, Sports, and Media 66 1.0 1.4 52 Protective Service 56 1.0 1.6 48 Community and Social Services 53 1.7 1.3 42 Life Physical and Social Science 48 1.6 1.8 66 Legal 26 1.4 1.8 83 1 Projections based on the “State Projections Workgroup” methodology, Global Insight model, and state indicators from employment projections developed by Washington State Office of the Forecast Council and the Office of Financial Management Forecasting Division. The results of statewide projections were adjusted in collaboration with the Office of Financial Management’s Forecasting Division. SOURCE: Labor Market and Economic Analysis, Washington Employment Security Department 16
  18. 18. CASE - SHILLER HOME PRICE INDEX BY METRO AREA Percent change, one year, Nov 08 to Nov 09 Dallas 1.4 San Francisco 1.0 Denver 0.5 San Diego 0.4 Wash DC -0.6 Boston -0.7 Cleveland -2.5 Los Angeles -3.5 Charlotte -5.5 Atlanta -6.2 Minneapolis -6.8 New York -7.1 Portland -7.5 Chicago -8.5 Seattle -10.6 Miami -12.1 Detroit -13.0 Tampa -13.2 Phoenix -14.2 Las Vegas -24.5 SOURCE: Standard & Poor’s and Fiserv 17
  19. 19. FORECLOSURE RATES Foreclosures, 2009 Change from 2008 Rank Metro area2 Percent of housing units Percent Las Vegas, NV 12.0 41.1 Fort Myers, FL 11.9 4.1 Merced, CA 10.1 1.2 Riverside, CA 8.8 12.6 Properties with Stockton, CA 8.6 -7.5 foreclosure filings1, Modesto, CA 8.5 -0.5 national Orlando, FL 8.2 54.0 Millions Phoenix, AZ 8.0 37.0 +21% Port St. Lucie, FL 7.6 21.5 Top Miami, FL 7.2 43.5 2.8 20 Vallejo, CA 7.1 10.1 2.3 Bakersfield, CA 7.1 18.3 Naples, FL 6.4 31.2 Reno, NV 6.2 62.2 Portland and Sacramento, CA 5.6 14.0 Seattle have 4x Daytona Beach, FL 5.3 49.3 and 2x the rate of change, Sarasota, FL 5.3 18.8 2008 2009 respectively, of Lakeland, FL 5.2 40.5 the national Fresno, CA 4.9 19.1 average Salinas, CA 4.8 4.8 61 Portland, OR 2.3 87.4 86 Seattle, WA 1.6 43.2 National average 2.2 21.2 1 Includes default notices, scheduled auctions and bank repossessions 2 Out of 203 total metro areas SOURCE: RealtyTrac press release, 28 Jan 2010 18
  20. 20. BACKGROUND INFORMATION EAGLE SCOUTS OF WESTERN WASHINGTON 19
  21. 21. GROUP OVERVIEW Eagle Scouts of Western Washington is a new service and networking organization created for Eagle Scouts from - or residing in - western Washington State Officially launched in March of 2009, as a joint venture between private volunteers and the Chief Seattle Council of BSA We hope to re-engage Eagle Scouts of all ages, as a resource for each other, for Scouting, for the community, and for the Nation Currently we have over 650 members – but there are more than 20,000 Eagle Scouts in the Seattle area, and even more when Everett and Tacoma are included Our current focus is on identifying leaders, building momentum to sustain the group, and providing opportunities for members to network, have fun, and engage in community service We are a diverse group of people, with wide-ranging interests and professional backgrounds, but united by a history in Scouting and an interest in working proactively with other Eagles 20
  22. 22. GROUP MEMBERS – OCCUPATIONAL DISTRIBUTION All Other Industries 40% Roughly 2% Each Military Law Practice Nonprofit Aviation & Aerospace Health Care Computer Software Architecture 18% Consulting Roughly 3% Each Telecommunications Information Financial Services Technology & Services Accounting 9% Internet Marketing / Advertising 4% Real Estate 21
  23. 23. GROUP MEMBERS – GEOGRAPHIC DISTRIBUTION Within 10 miles of Seattle = 48% Within 25 miles of Seattle = 91% Within 35 miles of Seattle = 93% Within 50 miles of Seattle = 94% Currently, half of ESWW’s membership lives within 10 miles of Seattle – this represents an opportunity to expand outward and link up with Eagles in the rest of Western Washington 22
  24. 24. GROWTH PLAN 23
  25. 25. EVENT CREDITS This forum would not have been possible without generous contributions of time and resources provided by our supporters. In particular, we would like to thank: ▪Rob McKenna, Brad Tilden, Miller Adams, and Fred Grimm – all of whom unflinchingly volunteered to participate in this event without knowing whether it would be a success or a flop… ▪Scott Klein and Jonathan Vanderveen – our webmasters and online gurus, who managed the booking process even though they knew they could not attend ▪Robert Haynie and Pat Craven – for developing the initial idea and providing key support and advice throughout ▪Gavin Woody – for assembling this event program and distilling economic reference data ▪Chris Strasbourg – designer, maker, and donor of gift apparel ▪The staff of Chief Seattle Council – for providing ongoing support of all kinds ▪Our sponsor, GCW Consulting - for offering financial support If you would like to plan and organize similar events in the future, please contact us! 24
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