Testimonials

When people come to Spokane they fall in love with our destination and everything we have to offer. It's in our nature to make meetings easy and hassle-free. But don't take our word for it, take a look at what your meeting planner colleagues have to say about their experience meeting in Spokane.

 

 

What Meeting Planners Are Saying About Spokane

 

“The Porsche Parade is our crown jewel event and we don’t just take it anywhere, so when we saw what Spokane had to offer, it really was a no-brainer. The charm of this city, the riverfront, what Visit Spokane has done to accommodate PCA, it really has been an amazing experience.”

Vu Nguyen, Executive Director, Porsche Club of America

"Spokane is a beautiful city and was a great host for our event. Everyone, from the hotels to the convention center to the city government to the restaurants and other businesses, made the international science fiction community who attended Sasquan feel right at home. Spokane is definitely on the international map within Worldcon fandom!"

Mike Willmoth, Vice Chair, Sasquan, Spokane Worldcon

 

 "It's obvious that Spokane is the Northwest city to watch, and you have a lot to show off there."

Allen Cox, Travel/Lifestyle Journalist, PNW Travel Writers Conference

 

"It is a very inviting city and the downtown area is not only beautiful but very walkable."

Lynda Morrison, Administrator, Healing Rooms Ministries

 

"Easy access to the airport, lots to see, and an overall great experience. I would recommend Spokane to anyone making conference arrangements in the State of Washington. I had never been to Spokane before our first conference in 2007; I was pleasantly surprised with what I saw. Enough to re-book our 2009 conference and hopefully future conferences as well."

Kelly Keeney, Program Coordinator, Washington State GEAR UP Northwest Regional Conference

 

"Our attendees could not stop telling us about how fantastic they found our city, the hotel, shopping, restaurants, recreation places and our Riverfront Park with the flowing Spokane River."

Esther Larsen, Spokane County Drug Endangered Children Project Director

 

 

 

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