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Emee Pumarega
Works at EJP Events
Attended Yale University
Lives in Portland, Oregon
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It's easier than ever to book an appointment with the EJP Events team, check it out on our Contact page:
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This is wonderful, thank you for the tip! I can now use this with IFTTT, which doesn't have Pinterest as a channel, but does work with RSS.
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I am now an official contributor to the New York Institute for Art and Design blog -- please take a look at my newest post and let me know what you think! http://mvb.me/s/9d8fef
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Anyone currently using Weddingful.com? I'd be curious to hear your take.
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“These are not women who are wondering if they can ‘have it all,’” Shriver writes in her introduction. “These are women who are already doing it all — working hard, providing, parenting, and caregiving. They’re doing it all, yet they and their families can’t prosper, and that’s weighing the U.S. economy down. Finding out why that is and what we as a nation can do about it is the mission of this report.”
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"the right answer (as if there was one) to whether you should charge fees/percentages or hourly is actually understanding that it is the wrong question. The real questions are what kind of designer are you and what do you do to support how you charge?" Via seanlow
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Event planner and wedding planner
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Event planning, wedding planning, and various things found here: http://www.linkedin.com/in/emeep
Employment
  • EJP Events
    Event planner and wedding planner, 1999 - present
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Portland, Oregon
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(503) 284-6756
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2808 NE ML King Blvd Suite 3Portland OR 97212
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Dedicated to having fun while helping others.
Introduction
Emee Pumarega, Portland wedding planner and event planner. Using Google+ mostly for work - please visit my Portland wedding planner and Portland event planner sites and blogs. I use +1s for many purposes, including bookmarks, so my +1s should not be taken as a personal endorsement or recommendation.
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Not much of a bragger.
Education
  • Yale University
    Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry, 1991 - 1995
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I am reviewing for EVENT SPACE ONLY. A truly unique event site only 10 minutes from downtown: European styled gardens, stone structures, many many photo opportunities for weddings. Only drawback is, as it is 100% outdoors (except for restrooms and classrooms used as green rooms/dressing rooms), quite a bit of infrastructure is needed to be brought in for a successful event. But if budget is not an issue, this is a jewel of an event site and with good planning, and makes for an unforgettable event experience.
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Public - a week ago
reviewed a week ago
Pleasantly grungy Old Town location. Cool upstairs room for casual groups or rehearsal dinners. Good standard pizza, good beer prices and service. The NE Eliot neighborhood location is newer and less grungy if that matters to you; and that location has a kids play area with a play pizza oven. All in all very good, I enjoy it!
Public - a week ago
reviewed a week ago
Things I love about Castaway Portland: Extremely large, flexible, customizable space; nice venue managers who earnestly want to work with event planners as partners and are dedicated to continually improving their space; indoor and outdoor options; choices for catering; easy parking; many included amenities such as tables, chairs, globe lighting, projector and screen, full kitchen, and HVAC. If you are looking for flexible and customizable space for a group of anywhere from 80-300 this is one of Portland's best options.
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Public - a week ago
reviewed a week ago
I loved the atmosphere. My food and drinks were all right. Yummy but nothing too crazy. I guess we are kind of spoiled in Portland; in another town this place would blow people away. I live on the east side so I will probably only be back when my B'Tron friends have a get together. But perfectly fine if you are looking for a fancy dinner spot on that side of town.
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Beautiful event space! As an event planner, I love being able to come in and do whatever the heck I want, and this is one of the places you can do this. A well appointed ballroom plus a breakout studio and a couple of bonus rooms. Full commercial kitchen with any caterer and bartender you like. Two gorgeous apartments. Interesting outdoor opportunities for those with imagination. Really love this site, a gem in St. Johns.
Public - a week ago
reviewed a week ago
j'adore! I've been here four times and just been so happy with everything: the atmosphere (super cozy French bistro-y and gorgeous pressed tin ceilings), the drinks (strong and not too sweet), flavor combinations (some classic, some quirky) and the overall menu choices. Great for a business lunch or romantic dinner.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
We had our son's birthday party here (8th) and everyone loved it. I really appreciated that we could bring in our own food. The instructors were very nice and helpful and the kids' area had lots of different routes of varying heights, so everyone could have fun. There is a big slide as well.
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