A private nonprofit destination marketing and management organization with more than 750 partner businesses, Travel Portland operates a busy visitor information center, supports a climate of year-round hospitality, and helps the city, state and region reap the rewards of a thriving visitor industry.
Japan is committed to making every effort both domestically and internationally to achieve Sustainable Development Goals. Based on its own history and experience of economic development, Japan’s reciprocal relationships are aimed at development through dialogue and collaboration. Japan works with private businesses, local governments, international organizations, NGOs, and a wide range of stakeholders and partners to achieve economic growth based on strong relationships.
Founded on the Bowery in New York City in 1973, CBGB progressively became a forum for American punk, rock n’ roll, and new wave bands. In its role as a cultural incubator, CBGB served the same function as the theaters and concert halls of the Bowery's storied past. In 2012, CBGB was reborn as the largest music festival in New York City. The CBGB Festival produced large free concerts in Times Square and Central Park. They also showcased hundreds of bands in venues across the city, and premiered dozens of rock n’ roll movies in theaters around Manhattan.
KBOO is an independent, member-supported, non-commercial, volunteer-powered community radio station. KBOO embodies equitable social change, shares knowledge, and fosters creativity by delivering locally rooted and diverse music, culture, news, and opinions, with a commitment to the voices of underserved communities.
Considered to be one of the Finest Roastmasters of the Pacific Northwest, Owner/CEO Don Dominguez personally selects and samples every batch of Arabica beans that arrives at K&F Coffee Roasters. His hands-on approach derives from his grounded upbringing and passion for all things coffee. Don encouraged his father, Bud, to start a coffee company with him and in March of 1983, K&F Coffee Roasters became one of the first micro-roasters in Portland, Oregon.
New Avenues INK is owned and operated by New Avenues for Youth, a nonprofit organization which provides paid job training and real-world work experiences for foster, at-risk, and homeless youth. Each and every time you select the professional services of New Avenues INK, you get the top quality apparel and promotional items you need while also investing in the future of our youth.