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Pacific West Bank
We are a very small community bank based in the influential suburbs of Portland, Oregon. We hosted a "Wine & Women" event in 2008 and this is the second version of that event. Prominant and influential women will be invited to this bank sponsored event at a local vineyard and winery. It is NOT a high-brow event, but more of a fun and entertaining event that is made a bit more special due to the "women-only" stature of th evening.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
The ladies at Pacific West Bank – staff, board of directors, and spouses – are inviting special guests – women-only – to Oswego Hills Vineyard & Winery for a special evening of fine wines, gourmet appetizers, and interesting conversation. Guests will receive a special commemorative gift and a bottle of Oswego Hills wine. Target age group is 40-60 year old women so any images should be age appropriate.
Event: Wine & Women
Host: Pacific West Bank
Date: Wednesday, June 16, 2010
Time: 4:30-7:30 p.m.
Where: Oswego Hills Vineyard and Winery, 450 S. Rosemont Road, West Linn, Oregon 97068
Size: 5.75” X 4.25” Card to insert into existing PWB cards
Color: 4 color – prep for digital press
For use on the invitation and email reminders and follow up
Will need a low res version for web and a hi-res for possible imprint use (gifts, etc.)
Must have the following text elements in a make-sense order/incorprated into the design:
A. An Invitation (or similar language)
B. Wine & Women (I like some of the designs adding "a Pacific West Bank event)
B.1 - Some text based on this sample: "The evening includes tasting Oswego Hills wines, gourmet apetizers, door prizes and a complimentary bottle of Owsego Hills wine
E. Please RSVP to Kris Tuttle @ 503-905-2231
F. Our logo
G. (optional if it works in your design) Hosted by the Ladies of Pacific West Bank
A. If you use women, remember the target audience will be in their 40's - 50's
B. grapes on the vine would be OK but overused?
C. Love the wine glasses I've seen in designs so far- keep after that
D. Make it fun but age appropriate : )