The New England SIOR Chapter had a good showing of its members at the Fall World Conference in Portland, Oregon held October 16-19, 2019.

Mt. Hood to Multnomah Falls. Roller Derby to Rose Gardens. Powell's City of Books to Paul Bunyan. Trailblazers to Timbers. Craft brews to the Columbia River Gorge. Just a start to the sites and sounds experienced in Portland, Oregon.

On top of a great destination, there was the experience of thought leadership and education that attracted many SIORs to this conference. It was an invaluable opportunity to connect with the best-of-the-best in industrial and office brokerage. All Fall World Conference activities took place at the Hilton Portland Downtown. Located in Portland’s business and entertainment district and one block from the MAX Light Rail System, this hotel offered easy access to top attractions including the Portland Saturday Market, the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry, the Portland Art Museum, and many shopping and dining options.

Bandon Dunes Golf Trip

There was a kick off of the conference with a golf networking event at Bandon Dunes Golf Resort on the coast of Oregon. Named the #1 Golf Resort in America by Golf Digest, SIORs had the opportunity to golf four Bandon Dunes courses over three days of golf.

October 16, Wednesday was full of committee meetings until 4pm. The Legacy Group met from 1pm to 2pm. The IBG reception was held from 4:30 to 5:30 pm. Then the Bank of America Reception by private invitation was opened at the convention from 5:30 pm to 7pm.

October 17 morning was a continuation of committee meetings with the Opening Session at 10:45 am. Concurrent Sessions were held in the afternoon with the Panatonni Evening Opening Reception from 5:30 to 7:30pm.

Friday, Oct. 18 was the ProLogis Speaker Series at 10:15 am. The afternoon was filled with concurrent sessions and more networking receptions.

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