360 Events NW is here to help Level Up your event
We can help you increase your event sponsorship, decrease your expenses and deliver more attendees to your event!
Save money and staff resources – Get a higher yield and better return on your investment. We stay current – so you or your staff don’t have to!
Increase sales – Strategize to boost your sales 30% or more! Start saving money on media buys immediately. I & A will leverage your investment for a better return. Advertising and Marketing will be based on current market information – providing expert investment strategy.
We are the firewall between you and those you don’t want to say “NO” to – Eliminate interruptions and time consuming meetings with donation seekers, media representatives, sales persons and gimmick sales people… let Ingalls & Associates take the call.
Add Creativity and Cut Costs! Manage your marketing and advertising budget within budget and on-purpose. We coordinate your advertising message with all media, including print materials, direct mail, staff material and more. Tap into our network of professionals and enjoy better value on printed materials and in-store displays and promotions.
Retain control: IT IS YOUR BUSINESS – Maintain control of your company with a flexible spending plan as short as a 30 day contract (renewable). Enjoy all the benefits of a full service agency at affordable rates.
Scott has enjoyed sharing 30+ years of building business, increasing revenue and growing events and promotions for clients. Cutting his teeth in the industry through radio, from on-air personality, advertising sales to station manager. Stepping away from radio, he successfully built one of the Willamette Valley’s largest advertising agencies focused on retail and corporate clients. Scott created a program to providing sales training, resulting in revenue increases and efficiency in workplaces. After the sale of that enterprise, his passion soon found him working in the event industry, breaking records for clients in sponsorship sales, attendance and revenue.
Scott has volunteered as the Oregon Festivals & Events Association “show pony” for over 15 years, providing training and education and emcee services at the annual conference. After the tragic “Las Vegas Shooting” Scott became most interested in public safety at events, and attended many programs and studied new ways to keep event attendees safe. Working with Homeland Security, Department of Public Safety Standards & Training and many local security companies, he has presented many workshops on this topic as well.
Scott has presented workshops and sessions for the Oregon Parks & Recreation Association, Oregon Festivals & Events Association, Washington Festivals & Events Association, Oregon Fairs Association, Travel Oregon, Rocky Mountain Association of Fairs to name a few.
Scott is passionate about helping events be more successful, and brings all aspects of an event into focus no matter what element he is consulting on.
Jill’s career started in hospitality industry, working with several hotel properties in the Portland metro area. Returning to her hometown of Albany, she worked for 10 years as the manager of the Albany Downtown Association, where her skills for organization development aided the organization in preservation, economic restructuring and promotions. The program grew to include over 40 full time volunteers working on 12 committees and achieving award winning success Nationally.
The Downtown Core area experienced a revival as over 40 apartments for upstairs living were introduced, driving the demand and popularity of the downtown. She accepted an appointment from the Linn County Commissioners as the interim manager for the Linn County Fair and Expo Center which was mid-construction. Jill worked with the Fair Board, Board of Commissioners and contracts to complete construction and launch the business, opening the first new fairgrounds in Oregon in decades.
Over the next 10 years she settled into the role of marketing and events manager, working to attract users to the grounds as well as self produced events. In 2002 she stepped away to join her husband in his business, adding an association management and event production side to Ingalls & Associates.