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2012 May Media Mentions

Published: June 01, 2012

Note: Online publications often move or remove links so some of the links below may have expired.  

E-Newsletters
Outdoors NW
May 24, 2012
"E-Newsletter: May"
Upcoming events listed in newsletter includes the Ridgeline Ramble in Eugene.

Beer West
May 9, 2012
"May E-News"
Event calendar features the Eugene Beer Week and Suds, Sweets & Smarts at 16 Tons.

Oregon Lakes & Rivers magazine
May 8, 2012
"Road Trippers E-Report #148"
Get out and explore the wildlife along Coyote Creek Nature Trail in the Fern Ridge Wildlife area outside of Eugene. Continue the fun with bird watching and wine at the Wings and Wine Event on May 12.

Travel Oregon Newsletters
May 4, 2012
"Get a Running Start in Eugene"
Spring is here so lace up your sneakers and get running in Eugene, Oregon's own track town USA. Photo of the month also features Lake Creek Falls between Florence and Junction city on highway 36.

Oregon Coast Visitors Association
May 2012
"Consumer enews: Flower Power"
In May head to Florence for the 105th Annual Rhododendron Festival. This year's theme is nothing short of wild!

Beer West (Northwest)
May 2012
"Beer West E-News: May"
Check out Eugene Beer Week for delicious beer, events and more the first week in May. In the event calendar side bar, Rogue's Pork Fest is also featured.

Mix
May 2012
"MIX newsletter: Eat. Drink. Get Out. Get Together."
Sasquatch Brew Fest featured in the upcoming events section of Mix Magazine's E-news.

Online
The Sacramento Bee (CA)
April 29, 2012
"Eugene Not All Runners If You Look Around"
If it seems as if this college town is stuck in a time warp because of its enduring affinity for track and field, a sport whose U.S. popularity peaked in 1972, it's not the only throwback cultural touchstone locals embrace. The Whitaker and Saturday market showcase Eugene's hippy side.

Outside Magazine
May 2012
"Get Dirty"
Great Sand Dunes National Park in Colorado is a terrific place to enjoy the splendors of nature and sand. Lon Beale from Sand Master Park in Florence, OR recommends renting a board made of the sand to really enjoy flying down dune slopes.

HelloWestTravel.com
May 22, 2012
"Vancouver Gets a Taste of Oregon"
Delegates from across the state demonstrate range of offerings at trade show. Meg Trendler, tourism sales manager, Travel Lane County, said the Willamette Valley is where the pinot noir and pinot gris grapes thrive - especially in Eugene with its 17 nearby wineries.

Print - Magazine
Sunset Magazine
May 2012
"Northwest Editor's Picks"
Don't miss Eugene's Inn at the Fifth, a new addition to the short list of boutique hotels in the Willamette Valley.

Portland Monthly
April 29, 2012
"Brew Days Rising"
A bounty of beer fests on the horizon. In Eugene attend the 10th Annual Sasquatch festival.

Oregon Coast Magazine
May/June 2012
"Coastal Happenings: Rhody Festival"
The 105th annual Rhododendron Festival is the biggest event of the year for Florence and it's taking place May 18-20, 2012.

 "Calendar of Events"
Twelve Florence events list in calendar including the Rhody festival and Sand Master Jam.

Western Journey (AAA)
May/June 2012
"5 Ways to Get Away"
Northwest trips for the family, the girls, the guys, romance or to just escape on your own. For the boys get away with a fishing trip on the McKenzie River.  Enjoy mountain biking, waterfalls, fly fishing and more.

Northwest Palate
May/June 2012
"Northwest Wine Touring 2012"
The Pacific Northwest is scattered with a wide variety of vineyards and wineries. NW Palate gives some recommendations on how to travel through the vines. In Oregon's Willamette Valley stop at Benton-Lane and King Estate in the southern portion.

Northwest Palate
May/June 2012
"Northwest Wine Touring 2012"
The Pacific Northwest is scattered with a wide variety of vineyards and wineries. NW Palate gives some recommendations on how to travel through the vines. In Oregon's Willamette Valley stop at Benton-Lane and King Estate in the southern portion.

Northwest Travel Magazine
Summer 2012
"All Aboard for a Ballpark Vacation"
Head out to the ballpark this summer for a home run vacation. In Eugene the Emerald s play at PK Park and have a long hot season for visitors. Travel via Amtrak to visit the various ballparks in Oregon.  

"Regional Travel Directory"
Calendar of Events. In Eugene plan ahead to attend the Prefontaine Classic.

Outdoors NW
May/June 2012
"Northwest Beer Festival Guide"
Event Calendar feature beer events across the Pacific Northwest. In Springfield enjoy beer at the Willamette Valley Blues and Brews Festival.

Via Magazine (AAA Oregon/Idaho)
May/June 2012
"What's New"
A free, 44-page Eugene, Cascades & Coast Dining Guide makes it easy to find details on 135 eating and drink destinations throughout Lane County.

"Events: May + June 2012"
The Archaeology Channel International Film and Video Festival listed in the calendar of events.

Sports Destination Management
May/June 2012
"The Big Future of Track and Field"
As the 2012 London Summer Olympics approach, its time for a look at the most-watched Olympic Event: track and field. This year's trials are held in Eugene, Oregon at Hayward Field. Janis Ross interviewed.

Oregon Wine Press
May 2012
"OWP Calendar"
Friday night live in the Barn at Saginaw Vineyard, Ladies Night at Lavelle, Twilight Tastings at Sweet Cheeks, Sparkling Nights, Tuesday Tasting, Fern Ridge Wings & Wine, wine tasting 101, and Barrel Tours included in calendar.