The California Automobile Museum partnered with performance artist David Garibaldi for their annual dinner titled Art of the Car. The November event was attended by nearly 250 guests and featured a farm-to-fork dinner served family-style, live music, and a special VIP reception with the artist.
The Greater Sacramento Economic Council held their Inaugural Dinner on Dec. 7, at the Hyatt Regency in Sacramento. Guests watched a special performance by local Sacramento performance painter David Garibaldi, and enjoyed speeches from leaders in the region about the strategic vision of our market.
The 25th anniversary celebration for Corporate Design Group was held at Timber Creek Lodge Ballroom. Live music by Clemon Charles, festivities and an array of libations and cuisine delights were the order of the evening. Carol Little, CEO, announced that Christine Horton is now a shareholder and Principal at CDG.
On October 27th at the Sutter Club, Dale Carlsen spoke to CRFBC members and guests about how and why he founded The Sleep Train, Inc. in 1985 and how his guiding principles shaped his business and the Ticket to Dream Foundation in 2008.
In honor of PRIDE’s 50th anniversary, PRIDE Industries Foundation Board of Directors hosted a gala on Oct. 14, 2016 at the PRIDE Industries Corporate Offices. The evening included friends and supporters of PRIDE’s mission to create jobs for people with disabilities.
The National Association of Women Business Owners, Sacramento Valley Chapter dinner and awards was at Arden Hills Spa and Resort on October 20, 2016. The annual event, established in 1997 by the NAWBO Sacramento Valley chapter, has become a tradition as it pays tribute to top achievers among women entrepreneurs and corporate leaders.
This year’s annual Jessup Gala was held on Oct. 30 at Sacramento’s Hyatt Regency. The theme was “Light the World.” This event raises funds for student scholarships and features a look at some of the university’s students, both past and present and those still to come.
The Association of Commercial Real Estate’s (ACRE) Developer Showcase is Sacramento region’s most popular commercial real estate tradeshow. This event featured a comprehensive trade show, incredible networking, delicious food stations and the most important marketing opportunity for your company.
To celebrate with our clients and friends who in no small way have been part of our success, Comstock’s held a VIP Customer Appreciation on night on Nov. 11, 2016.
American Cancer Society’s HOPE Gala and Fundraiser was held on September 10 at the Dariotis Family Home on Arden Way.
This year’s sold out dinner was on September 25, and served a family-style meal on the Tower Bridge in downtown Sacramento. Proceeds from the dinner fund the free annual Farm-to-Fork Festival and other programs.
NAIOP Sacramento Valley hosted a discussion of projects and development in the region from the local developers and the plans to support growth and development in 2017 and beyond at the Crest Theatre on September 14.
The first fundraiser dinner at the Barn in West Sacramento on September 11, 2016, was presented by Downey Brand and hosted by Fulcrum Property on behalf of the Center for Land-Based Learning, a nonprofit dedicated to creating the next generation of farmers and teaching California’s youth about the importance of agriculture and natural resource conservation.
Realty One celebrated the grand opening of their second office in the Capital Region with the new Sacramento headquarters at 2335 American River Drive. More than 150 guests enjoyed the festivities including a ribbon cutting, photo booth, red carpet entrance, live DJ, prizes and more.
The Sacramento Region Community Foundation operates a little differently from your typical private foundation. According to SRCF Chief Giving Officer Priscilla Enriquez, community foundations enable would-be philanthropists in the Sacramento region to give back to their own community.
More than 200 industry professionals and community leaders attended a celebration for Deacon’s 35th Anniversary at the Sutter Club on October 6.
Have you ever snapped a quick photo … only to look at it later and find something interesting that took you completely by surprise? Have you ever driven by a particular building or structure many times and didn’t realize that it had some unique feature until you walked by?
Real Estate Developers David Taylor, Denton Kelley, Ali Youssefi, Kaiser Sacramento SVP and architect Ron Vrilakis and Kaiser Sacramento SVP Sandy Sharon, share their plans and predictions for development of Sacramento’s Central Core at a breakfast forum held at Sutter Club
The Putting Kids First Luncheon was held on March 31, at the Timber Creek Ballroom in Roseville, Calif. KidsFirst and their collaborative partners, community supporters and corporate sponsors attended the luncheon to support KidsFirst’s mission to end child abuse and neglect.
The BIG event was held on August 6 at the Scottish Rite Center in downtown Sacramento, as one of two major fundraisers for Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Greater Sacramento Area.