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The live-action, escape room adventure, Puzzle Break, opened its newest location earlier this year at 2124 Second Avenue in Seattle’s Belltown neighborhood. The 6,000-square-foot venue is one of the largest of its kind in the world.

Puzzle Break’s Belltown location has twin rooms, allowing for two teams of five to compete against each other—and the clock—as they try to solve the mystery and their way out of the rooms. The two rooms are digitally connected so each group can keep an eye on the other’s progress. A second Puzzle Break location is on Capitol Hill. The company can also bring the escape room experience to your group at an off-site location. 

Sponsored by Visit TRI-CITIES 

Tri-Cities, Washington, is an appealing destination to make your next meeting or event memorable for attendees. The sun-filled region is home to a variety of meeting venues, many dining options, lodging for any budget and attractions that attendees will love. Most importantly, the Tri-Cities offer unique experiences that are sure to increase attendance to your next event.

 

Texas has many uniting themes throughout the state, and one is a pride in the state’s history and natural beauty. The state’s wide variety of museums and botanical gardens is a testament to that pride, and these locations—which range in focus from the history of Dr Pepper to the oil industry to state wildlife and more—can make for the perfect (not to mention memorable) venue for a meeting or event. Many museums have several venue spaces to offer, making it easy to customize an event based on size, technology and set-up needs, and overall vibe.

 

Dennis Galloway is from what he calls “the first Washington,” aka Washington, D.C. But after 9/11, he decided to change coasts. “You can’t live on red alert,” Galloway says. “Life’s too short.”

So he packed up and moved to Seattle, trying on many hospitality hats once he arrived, before landing at the Washington State Convention Center as its sales manager in 2012.

“I went from meeting management to an event manager to catering sales and ended up at the convention center,” he says.