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WashingtonState360 at Confluence Technology Center (CTC)
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"When we started the WashingtonState360 project, Malcolm & Marcia (M&M Productions) invited us to begin by working out of their video studio at the CTC Building, which by happenstance is the center region of Washington (the state). It made perfect sense in several ways to begin the project from this point and spiral out as the project expanded. The fiber optics and other amenities were an added plus for streamlining our work.”

~T.W.OldField WashingtonState360

The Confluence Technology Center (CTC) provides an ideal atmosphere for productive meetings and training sessions. CTC offers videoconferencing, secure, encrypted worldwide connectivity, web collaboration, flexible room & seating arrangements, audio & video bridging, touch-control podiums, on-site event & technology support, fully equipped catering kitchen & near effortless event planning. From planning to wrap-up, the professional meeting & technical support team is on-site to assure that your event is the best it can be. And the North Central Washington region provides abundant opportunities to refresh and restore your guests.

~paraphrased from: http://www.ncwctc.com

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