Tag - Lakewood
Happy Friday Pierce County! It is going to be COLD this weekend. If you want to get out of the house but not necessarily into the elements, take a look at our picks for indoor activities happening
October is the month when all your favorite haunts around Tacoma and the South Sound will be decked out in orange and black, and creepy is the name of the game. Every witch-way you look, there’s a
The following is a sponsored post The “wow factor” of a venue is like curb appeal in real estate: It’s the initial attraction, but only a hasty buyer will make a decision based only on that one factor. Smart buyers (and meeting planners) know that the small things will make them look back with satisfaction or regret at their decision. The McGavick Conference Center in Lakewood has been built and upgraded to ensure that the small but important touches justify the initial “wow.” With nearly 11,000 square feet of space, and facilities to accommodate groups up to 1,200 people, the McGavick Conference Center’s additional meeting and boardroom breakout space allows scalability to fit nearly any event size. With that in mind, here are a few of the things that deserve perhaps more attention than they get during the early part of the venue search: A/V system – It’s easy to mistakenly put A/V considerations at the back of the list when shopping for venues, and even when planning the event, but on the day of, it’s suddenly the most crucial thing on the list. With state-of-the-art multimedia equipment and a four-screen projection system, the McGavick Conference Center has everything covered and they won’t charge extra for it. WiFi – Some event planners don’t even ask about this, but at the McGavick Conference Center, it’s free and it’s strong enough to handle attendees at even the biggest events.
MSN.com thinks they’ve found Washington State’s best milkshake , but I don’t think they really did the research necessary to make that conclusion. Here's a breakdown of the 6 best places to get a
It’s summer. The days are long – and HOT. Are we the only ones looking to get out of the city heat? Luckily for us, a 20 minute drive from downtown Tacoma will get you to Lakewood , where you can spend
Wednesday, August 8, 2018 8:00 AM by Matt Wakefield
Wednesday, August 1, 2018 5:00 PM by Matt Wakefield