Outlook Breakfast – 2016

Soundside Alliance
3rd Annual Outlook Breakfast
Thursday, December 1, 2016  |  7:30am – 9:30am
The Conference Center at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport
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Over 150 business and community leaders from throughout the region gathered for the Soundside Alliance’s 3rd Annual Outlook Breakfast. Attendees enjoyed a program that included a keynote by Alaska Airlines Vice President of Real Estate Karen Gruen; and a panel discussion moderated by Puget Sound Business Journal writer Marc Stiles featuring Doug Marshall, Senior Vice President of Retail, BECU; Kerry Nicholson, Senior Managing Partner – Pacific Northwest, Legacy Partners; Art Stipan, CEO, RONTRA Freight; Jean Thompson, CEO, Seattle Chocolates; and Jim Vandergrift, Senior Vice President of Product & Research Development, K2 Sports.

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Sea-Tac International Airport North Satellite (NorthSTAR) and International Arrivals Facility (IAF)
Residence Inn by Marriott | Western International
Burien Northeast Redevelopment Area (NERA) Cold Storage Facility | Western Distribution Services

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Featured Speakers

ssa2016-karen-gruenKaren Gruen - Keynote Speaker
Vice President Real Estate
Alaska Airlines
ssa2016-tom-albroTom Albro
ssa2016-cary-fisherCary Fisher
Development Manager
Western International
ssa2016-john-naylor2John Naylor
Western Distribution Services
ssas2016-kerry-nicholsonaKerry Nicholson
Senior Managing Director
Legacy Partners
ssa2016-marc-stilesaMarc Stiles
Staff Writer
ssa2016-art-stipanArt Stipan
Rontra Freight
ssa2016-jean-thompsonJean Thompson
Owner & CEO
Seattle Chocolates
ssa2016-jim-vandergriftJim Vandergrift
VP Research & Product Development
K2 Sports


Presenting Sponsors
Supporting Sponsor
Contributing Sponsors
K2 SportsSeattle Chocolatesssa-freedom-snacksTop Pot Doughnuts
Seattle Airport Marriott Down to Earth CuisineSalty's Redondo

For information on sponsoring future events,
please contact Margo Shiroyama at (425) 785-4015 or email mshiroyama@comcast.net