October 30th, 2019 by Corey Edwards
October was a busy month here at InsideOut Solutions with a new website design for Red Caboose Getaway and Sequim Valley Airport, as well as attending a local business symposium and planning for November’s Midwest Innkeeping Conference.
We don’t know about you but the month of October certainly zipped by for us. It seems like just yesterday we were contemplating the end of summer and now were prepping candy bowls and costumes for Halloween. Phew!
It’s hard to complain when the reason for tempus fugit is happy industry, however, and that’s certainly the case in this instance.
Sequim Valley Airport
October saw the launch of a new website design from InsideOut Solutions for the Sequim Valley Airport. We were especially tickled to be involved in this project as the design shows off our home town of Sequim, Washington!
The old airport website was bloated with content and waaaaaay out of date. Lead Designer Beth Edwards worked directly with the airport owner to craft a more streamlined and modern site. We (and they) think she did a fantastic job, as always.
Those of you curious about InsideOut Solutions’ home base should definitely check the new website design out, especially that home page video!
Red Caboose Getaway
October was unique in that another new website design was also based in our home town – Red Caboose Getaway!
Red Caboose Getaway is a long-time client who was in need of a site upgrade. InsideOut Solutions designer Beth Edwards once again applied her formidable talents to produce a fresh take on a truly unique lodging experience.
Have you ever fantasized about spending the night on a vintage train car? Now you can, here in Sequim, at the Red Caboose Getaway! Each “guest room” at Red Caboose is a comfortable and thoroughly renovated, train caboose, each with its own themed decor. So fun!
InsideOut attended the Olympic Peninsula Tourism Summit, held at the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe’s Red Cedar Room, on October 24th. The event was hosted by the Olympic Culinary Loop, Olympic Peninsula, and Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe.
President Pat McCauley, print/graphic designer Jennifer Lozada, and salesperson Ariel Ferree were all on hand and enjoyed the opportunity to network in such a beautiful space. It’s also always nice to see our print marketing in action for local tourism. We all feel so fortunate to live and work in an area that is this inspiring.
We’re also quite excited to sponsor and attend the upcoming 2019 Midwest Innkeeping Conference, scheduled for November 4th in Quincy, IL. Conferences like these are an excellent way to collect fresh ideas for your business. They’re also a great way to meet new friends and reconnect with old ones.
We hope you also plan to be there and look forward to seeing you!