Rotary Club of Portland's Fall Business Exchange is October 17th. We will not be meeting at the Sentinel Hotel, instead each member will sign up to visit one of the following business' where our members work and volunteer. Enjoy a smaller setting and an in depth discussion on the company, while building closer relationships with fellow members.
Host: Bennett Johnson
326 SE Broadway Estacada
Fearless Brewing Company sits at the base of Mt. Hood National Forest. Our beer is brewed from the ‘magical waters of the Clackamas River’, which, in our opinion, is the best water in the world for making beer. We have been in business for over 14 years, and our beer is distributed throughout Oregon, Washington and Western Canada. We are known best for our Fearless Scottish Ale (gold medal winner), but other beers such as our Mjolnir IPA, Fearless Peaches & Cream Ale, Loki Red Ale (named top ten by Willamette Week) and Fearless Porter (gold medal winner) are also very popular. We are not a large brewery, but we enjoy a loyal customer base. Two years ago we added a new state of the art brewing system, which we love to show off.
Host: Kim Cash
1211 SW 5th Suite 900
Headquartered in Oregon, with branch offices in NYC and Chicaco, RVK (formerly R.V. Kuhns & Associates) is one of the largest fully independent, institutional investment consulting firms in the U.S. Our 120+ professionals help corporations, public funds, endowments, foundations, and pension and defined contribution plan sponsors (and more!) with the investment side of their business. The heart of RVK is our team-centered approach to client service, and that’s the only way we make money – no proprietary products, no revenue sharing or soft dollar arrangements.
Host: Adam Fyn
1712 NE Sandy Blvd
The Salvation Army Portland Tabernacle is one of several locations in the Portland area. From our location on NE Sandy Blvd, we offer a variety of social services throughout the week including food assistance, senior prescription assistance, and others. A unique feature of this location is that we operate a membership senior drop-in center, the Rose Center, which is open Monday-Friday every week. This program allows seniors affordable lunches, fun in-house activities, and exciting trips to locations all over Oregon. In addition to these programs and services, we are also a church. We hold regular Sunday morning worship services, as well as various activities throughout the week for people of all ages. The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian Church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.
allen trust company
Host: Tara Hendison
121 SW Morrison Suite 875
Allen Trust Company provides comprehensive trust and investment management services for individuals, families and charitable organizations. Allen Trust Company is proud to be a local and specialized alternative to large, far-flung trust companies and investment managers. We are Oregon’s only independent trust company, with a focus on providing highest-quality, personalized service. We have also opened offices in Washington and Alaska to better serve our Pacific Northwest clients.
The Barnett firm
Host: AJ Barnett & Jim Dunn
11501 SW Pacific Hwy; Suite 201 Portland
We are a damn good law firm
medical teams international
Host: Dale Canfield
14150 SW Milton Ct, Tigard OR 97224
Responding to urgent health needs is core to the mission of Medical Teams International. Medical Teams International is a global health organization working to provide care to people affected by disaster, conflict and poverty. Current projects include responding to Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, health clinics to more than 1 million refugees around the world, and urgent dental care in our local community.
SUPREME perlite COMPANY
Host: Frank Petterson
4600 N Suttle Rd. Portland
Come see how we levitate a water laden, mixed glassy silicate particle over an intense natural gas flame. This process first softens the glassy silicate and the entrained water within the particle then turns to steam , forcing it to expand like popping popcorn.