Please contact the Director of Sponsorships, Jake Hoskins, either via e-mail ( or phone (360-721-5317), to confirm sponsor month availability.

We thank you for your contributions to our Chapter!


Venue Sponsors


Business and leisure travelers around the world look to Oakwood Worldwide for the broadest selection of serviced temporary apartments. Located the trendy Pearl District, Oakwood® Portland Pearl is just steps from countless restaurants, breweries, coffee shops and many of the area’s best parks.


The Hyatt House Portland Downtown is an extended stay style hotel located on the south side of Downtown Portland just steps away from the Willamette River and the Riverplace Esplanade. We will be showcasing our second floor outdoor patio featuring an eco-roof green space, firepits, and BBQ grills. The hotel offers 203 comfortably appointed guestrooms and we will be offering tours of our standard King Den rooms along with our Studio Kitchen Suites and One Bedroom suites.

The Hyatt House has also recently undergone a refresh of the lobby and HBar space to include the addition of a fireplace and soft seating for a great happy hour and dining experience. We look forward to having you join us for this fun event!


Airbnb is a community marketplace providing access to millions of unique accommodations from apartments and villas in more than 65,000 cities and 191 countries. With homes and experiences around the world, Airbnb for Work gives your employees new ways to travel and collaborate together.


The Porter Hotel, A Curio Collection by Hilton, 297 rooms rising 16 stories above the thriving Fountain District, restaurants blend indulgence with Portland’s love for the outdoors. Foodies will crave our Terrane Italian Kitchen + Bar for soulful Italian-inspired American food served all day. Grab gourmet pizza at the Chiosco take-out window or stop by The Portland Exchange for custom picnic baskets for a unique day in the city. Don’t miss Xport, a rooftop restaurant + lounge, featuring outdoor dining decks and sweeping views of the mountains.


Enhanced by a luxurious renovation, the new Crowne Plaza Portland-Lake Oswego seamlessly blends style and technology. With 5,000 square feet of flexible meeting space and 161 guest rooms, we are the perfect fit for any meeting from 2 to 200. As the only full service hotel in Lake Oswego, we invite you to join us for lunch or the best Happy Hour in town in our brand new Oswego Atrium Restaurant & Bar open daily from 6AM to 11PM.


Designed by celebrated local architect Richard Sundeleaf, the Lake Theatre first opened its doors in 1940, charging 25¢ for admission and a screening of Another Thin Man.

Nearly 80 years later, The Lake Theater and Cafe offers a unique experience unlike any other in the greater Portland area, whether guests take in dinner and a movie or are just seeking a high-quality, highly local meal.

Chef Scott Shufelt brings a unique vision to the Lake Theater and Cafe, ensuring the cuisine reflects a care for the environment, the health of patrons and the local economy by partnering with like-minded farmers whose ingredients form the basis of his from-scratch menu. Its beer and wine lists are mindfully curated from local, national and international providers; and its cocktails feature seasonal ingredients mixed with premium spirits.


Whether in town on a carefree vacation or business trip, Aloft Hillsboro-Beaverton offers a convenient location in Northwest Oregon near it all. Guests can pop over to Beaverton and its many nearby corporate headquarters, including Intel and Nike, or tour the famous Willamette Valley wine country. The Aloft Hillsboro-Beaverton’s vibrant social scene; stylish, plush platform beds and urban-inspired design allow guests to stay and play in one of Oregon's best neighborhoods. Offering a modern, tech-savvy design, guests will find innovative amenities to keep in touch while on the go. Visitors can grab a bite to eat from Re:fuel by AloftSM, stay on top of their workout with state-of-the-art equipment in its 24/7 Re:chargeSM gym and never miss a beat with fast and free WiFi available throughout the hotel.


Our History Of Firsts Began By Putting Customers First

In 1906, when the Northwest was largely an untamed wilderness, a visionary man named Leo Samuel founded the company that would become The Standard. Long before someone coined the phrase 'act local,' Mr. Samuel saw the need for an insurance company that understood the lives of its customers first-hand.In those days, the timber industry was king and the life of a logger was rough and dangerous. Equipment was primitive. On-the-job injuries could strike anytime. Social Security and workers' compensation didn't exist, so an injury or death could wreck a family's finances and their future.Even if a logger managed to buy a life insurance policy, most of the companies were located on the east coast. The long distances involved meant slow claims payments and impersonal service.  Mr. Samuel formed the Oregon Life Insurance Company to meet the needs of local customers better and faster.