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2024 All Company Meeting

Venue/Hotel Information

Hotel deLuxe

Address: 729 SW 15th Ave Portland, OR 97205
Phone: (503) 219-2094

Check in: Starting at 4pm
If you arrive earlier than 4, you are welcome to work in the lobby or leave your luggage with the front desk if you'd like to head out of the hotel. There will also be a couple WEO team members ready to help direct you.

Check out: By 12pm (noon) on Friday
2024ACM RedLine to Hotel

MAX Directions from Airport to Hotel deLuxe

Portland's MAX Light Rail public transportation has a direct route from the PDX Airport to Hotel deLuxe!

1. After offboarding into PDX, proceed towards baggage claim and follow the signs for the MAX Light Rail. An escalator will take you down a level. Once off the escalator, take a right and continue pass baggage claim following signs for the MAX Light Rail.

2. The MAX station will be outside, through the sliding doors. Before leaving the building, you can purchase your $2.80 2½ hour ticket using the terminals to the left of the exterior door.

Hold onto your receipt for reimbursement!

3. The MAX Red Line heading to City Center & Beaverton is the only MAX line leaving from the Airport, so take whichever light rail car is available once you purchase your ticket.

The MAX runs every 15 minutes or less most of the day, every day. Click here for a weekday schedule departing from PDX.

4. After 17 stops (about 40-50min), get off on the Providence Park station.

5. From the Providence Park station, continue southwest (the direction the MAX is heading) towards SW 18th Ave. Hang an immediate left onto SW Yamhill St.

6. From Yamhill, continue east for 3 blocks to SW 15th Ave. Hotel deLuxe will be on the left, and Hotel deLuxe parking will be on the right. Take a left onto SW 15th Ave to find the main entrance on the left. You have arrived!
2024ACM RedLine from PDX
Free parking will be available for anyone driving into the ACM (including locals), but only at the approved Hotel deLuxe parking garage across the street from the venue.

Parking for Locals
Free parking is available only during the meeting hours. Please bring your parking ticket to the front desk before you leave for the day and the hotel staff will take care of it for you.

Parking for Out of Town Travelers
Free parking includes overnight parking. Please hold onto your parking ticket(s) and bring them to the front desk before leaving on any day you leave the parking garage.

Event Details

The following meals will be catered and are considered mandatory as a result:
•  Tuesday: Lunch (hotel)
•  Wednesday: Lunch (hotel) and Dinner (social activity)
•  Thursday: Lunch and Dinner (hotel)

If you are staying at the hotel and wondering about reimbursment for meals while traveling, please see the Per Diem/Reimbursement section.

Breakfast will be available for those staying at the hotel from 8am to 9am Tuesday through Thursday. Breakfast is not being provided to locals, but we will have some snacks and all-day beverages available to everyone.
You are expected to be in your seat and ready to listen or participate starting at 9am, Tuesday through Thursday.

•  June 3rd - Monday: Travel day for out-of-towners. Locals are expected to work as usual.
•  June 4th - Tuesday: Presentations start at 9am and end at 2:45pm. There is an additional activity planned after 3pm, so plan to be busy until 5pm.
•  June 5th - Wednesday: Presentations start at 9am and end at 5pm.
We will be having a happy hour + dinner at Punchbowl Social from 5:30pm to 7:30pm. More on that below!
•  June 6th - Thursday: Presentations start at 9am and end at 4:30pm. Dinner will be held from 5pm to 7pm, potentially with some additional optional hang out time/karaoke afterwards. Also, a photographer will be taking professional headshots for select people from 9am to 11:45am. If you will be included in this, you'll be notified (if you haven't already been).
•  June 7th - Friday: Travel day for out-of-towners. Locals are expected to work as usual.
On Wednesday evening, we will be gathering at Punchbowl Social for two hours of fun! Drink tickets and dinner/snacks will be provided. There will be a bunch of fun activities to enjoy beyond the company of your teammates: bowling, karaoke, table games, arcade games, shuffleboard! :star-struck:
We will have a 30 minute break between presentations and this social, to give you time to refresh after the work day and get over to Punchbowl. Punchbowl is a 20 minute walk from Hotel deLuxe. There's also a direct MAX (light rail) line that will get you there in under 15 minutes.

Other Information

You will be reimbursed for the following:
•  Meals within 1.5 hours of your flight departure/arrival times, up to $64 per day. (Ex. If your flight arrives in Portland at 12:30pm, meals ordered after 11am are reimbursed. If your flight arrives back home at 9:00pm, meals ordered before 10:30pm are also reimbursed.)
•  Necessary travel (such as mileage and gas)
Save any relevant receipts to submit for reimbursement after the ACM week has wrapped up. Reasonable reimbursement includes food and costs associated with travel (see per diem above).

Please note that any submitted reimbursements will be confirmed as valid or not by HR. If you have already communicated with the Happiness or Leadership team about exceptions to reasonable reimbursement, don't worry - it's been documented.

Nearby Locations

Commodore Grocery

0.1 miles, 2 minutes
621 SW 16th Avenue

MA & PA Market

0.3 miles, 6 minutes
1200 SW Washington Street

Whole Foods

0.3 miles, 6 minutes
1210 NW Couch Street

Fred Meyer

0.4 miles, 8 minutes
100 NW 20th Place

CVS Pharmacy

0.5 miles, 11 minutes
105 NW 13th Avenue


0.5 miles, 11 minutes
2103 W Burnside Street

Trader Joe's

0.7 miles, 15 minutes
2122 NW Glisan Street

International Rose Test Garden

More than 10,000 individual rose bushes bloom in the International Rose Test Garden (IRTG) from late May through October, representing over 610 different rose varieties. The majority of roses in the Garden are commercially available. About 10 to 20 varieties are replaced each year with some of the best new roses released onto the market. Roses bloom from late May to October depending on the weather.
In walking distance?: No
Hours: 5:00am-10:00pm daily

Washington Park

Washington Park is a public urban park. It includes a zoo, forestry museum, arboretum, rose garden, Japanese garden, amphitheatre, memorials, archery range, tennis courts, soccer field, picnic areas, playgrounds, public art and many acres of wild forest with miles of trails.

Some of the activities available within Washington Park, such as the Zoo, cost money for admission.
In walking distance?: No
Hours: 5:00am-10:00pm daily

Hoyt Arboretum

Hoyt Arboretum is Portland's free botanical garden, conservation lab, nature education hub, and tree museum in Washington Park. WEO Media visited the arboretum during a previous All Company Meeting!
In walking distance?: No
Hours: 5:00am-10:00pm daily

Nearby Parks/Squares

Portland offers a variety of nearby parks to visit, each with their own unique vibes.

Director Park
Pioneer Courthouse Square
Keller Fountain Park
In walking distance?: Variable

Powell's City of Books

Portland's legendary independent bookstore offering a diverse selection of used & new volumes, plus gifts for bibliophiles. A Portland classic! It's free to get in, but the books'll cost ya. ;)
In walking distance?: Yes (9 minutes)
Hours: 10:00am-9:00pm daily

Ground Kontrol Classic Arcade and Bar

Vintage video games & pinball machines in a futuristic 2-story arcade serving beer & light meals. Free to enter but playing the games costs money.
In walking distance?: Yes (9 minutes)
Hours: 5:00pm-12:00am weekdays


The Oregon Museum of Science and Industry is a science and technology museum. It contains three auditoriums, including a large-screen theatre, planetarium, and exhibition halls with a variety of hands-on permanent exhibits focused on natural sciences, industry, and technology.
In walking distance?: No
Hours: 9:30am-5:30pm, Tuesday through Sunday
Cost: $19/adult, $16/senior (63+)

Oregon Historical Society Museum

Rotating exhibits give insight into state history, art & more in building with 8-story-high murals.
In walking distance?: Yes (13 minutes)
Hours: 10:00am-5:00pm, Monday through Saturday
Cost: $10/adult, $8/senior (60+)

The Skeleton Key Odditorium

The Odditorium is a 2,500-square-foot Oddity Museum that is designed to present unusual and unconventional historical elements of human history through educational and themed exhibits. Learn about oddities, the macabre, and local sinister legends. Observe the unusual characteristics of the human experience through a self-guided, go-at-your-own-pace tour.
In walking distance?: No
Hours: 11:00am-5:00pm Wednesday & Thursday, 12:00pm-6:00pm Friday (last entry 4:30pm W/Th, 5:30pm F)
Cost: $13/adult

Oregon Zoo

64-acre zoo featuring elephants, polar bears & other animal exhibits emphasizing conservation.
In walking distance?: No
Hours: 9:00am-6:00pm, daily (last entry 4 p.m.)
Cost: $24/adult
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