Pinot Auction raises more than $1 million
The Willamette Valley Wineries Association surpassed all previous records with a milestone achievement when 92 lots of wine sold for more than $1 million at the fourth annual Willamette: The Pinot Auction at the Allison Inn and Spa in Newberg recently.
The auction featured 86 one-of-a-kind pinot noir lots and six collaborative chardonnay lots from the 2017 vintage, made in quantities of five, 10 or 20 cases. All proceeds will fund future marketing and educational initiatives of the WVWA.
The WVWA is a nonprofit industry association dedicated to achieving recognition for Oregon's acclaimed Willamette Valley as a premier pinot noir producing region. To learn more visit willamettewines.com. .
LP names Stier Johnson director of business development
Logical Position has promoted Lindsey Stier Johnson to director of business development. In this position she will oversee client acquisition and internal growth opportunities, including customized solutions and providing resources to new clients.
Previously she served as general manager of LP's Portland office and has worked with the company in varying capacities since 2013.
She also owns Stier Equine Consulting, an equine-industry company specializing in assisting horse owners donate horses to nonprofit programs.
Skin by Lovely to release FDA-approved anti-wrinkle cream
Skin by Lovely, the only medical practice in the Pacific Northwest dedicated solely to aesthetic facial injectables, will offer its patients Jeuveau, from Evolus, an FDA-approved wrinkle relaxer which promises visible results in as little as two days.
While Jeuveau focuses on reducing the appearance of moderate to severe frown lines, it can also be used as a preventative treatment in younger patients, who are looking to reduce wrinkles before they form.
Jeuveau cream will be available at Skin by Lovely locations in May. To learn more visit skinbylovely.com. Skin by Lovely is located at 6000 Meadows Road Suite 104 in Lake Oswego.
OCOM welcomes new president
The Oregon College of Oriental Medicine Board of Trustees has announced that Sherri L. Green, PhD, will serve as OCOM's fifth president and chief operating officer. She succeeds Interim President Bill McCrae in the position.
Prior to assuming the role, Green had a diverse career that encompassed positions in nonprofit management, academic leadership and research within the North Carolina university system.
She is also trained in Chinese medicine with a lifelong focus on internal arts that culminated in a diploma in acupuncture from the Jung Tao School of Classical Chinese Medicine, where she became college president in 2017.
The public is invited to attend an open house and Presidential Tea from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. May 21 in the KPC Community Room on the OCOM campus, 75 NW Couch St., Portland OR 97209.
Learn to use Facebook to grow your business
BNI Get Connected PDX will hold a networking special event April 24 from 7 to 9 a.m. at the Community at The Marquis, located at 19805 SW Boones Ferry Road in Tualatin. Guest speaker Tony Gillard will teach attendees how to transform Facebook from a photo album to a lead generating machine. He will share a few simple techniques that can maximize your message and create a loyal following of people who want to do business with you.
The event is free and open to all.
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