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Portland Plan News: Keen, Inc., hosts business-oriented workshop for the Portland Plan - April 21, 2010
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

April 21, 2010

 

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Eden Dabbs

503-823-9908

 

Marty Stockton

503-823-2041

Keen, Inc., hosts business-focused workshop for the Portland Plan

Portland's own Keen, Inc., footware company will host a Portland Plan workshop on Monday, May 17 from 4:30-6 p.m. The workshop is intended to address the special issues and concerns of Portland's business community, but all Portlanders are welcome to attend.

 

PORTLAND PLAN

Business-oriented Workshop

Monday, May 17th, 4:30-6:00 p.m.

Keen, Inc. Headquarters

926 NW 13th Ave.

 

The workshop will be facilitated by Mayor Sam Adams and will focus on setting Portland's direction for the next 25 years. During Phase One of the Portland Plan, Portlanders placed prosperity and business success at the top of their list of concerns, and many people indicated that all other goals for the city and its people would be enhanced through a thriving economy. The business-oriented workshop will delve into how the Portland Plan can help area businesses succeed.

 

For more information about the Portland Plan, visit www.pdxplan.com. To fill out a business community survey, go to http://www.portlandonline.com/portlandplan/index.cfm?c=52511. For additional information, contact Kristin Belz at 503-823-1119.

 

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