The Emerald City
- Starbucks opened its first coffee shop in 1971.
- The Columbia Center is the tallest building in Seattle.
- The city’s culture is heavily influenced by the Native Americans that live in this area.
- The Seattle Center was built for the 1962 World’s Fair.
- Seattle is home to the Global Workforce Symposium in October 2018.
PorchLight will be attending the Global Workforce Symposium in October 17-19 in Seattle known as the Emerald City. And we’d love to meet you there. Let’s talk so that we can compare schedules and set aside some time to grab a cup of Joe! Over 1,800 participants are expected to gather in Seattle to network, collaborate and reconnect with industry peers and we’d love to meet with you.
The Queen City
- Cincinnati was the first city in the country to have a licensed public television station, WCET-TV, in 1954.
- If you loved “E.T.,” “Jurassic Park” and “Jaws,” then give a little nod to Cincinnati, the birthplace of innovative director Steven Spielberg.
- Built in 1903, the 15-story Ingalls Building was the world’s first steel reinforced skyscraper.
- Cincinnati had the first air mail delivery, which was from Cincinnati to Toledo by hot air balloon.
- Cincinnati is the city for the Great Lakes Relocation Conference in September 2018.
We’ll also be at the Great Lakes Relocation Council Annual Conference, “See What’s Brewing in Relo” in the Queen City, Cincinnati, Ohio on September 27 & 28th. The GLRC is comprised of the local relocation groups in Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus, Detroit and Pittsburgh. They are also affiliated with the Worldwide Employee Relocation Council (ERC), the workforce mobility association for professionals who oversee, manage, or support U.S. domestic and international employee transfer. The combined group meets annually rotating among the five-member cities. Let’s say cheers and see how we can help you with your renters.
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