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Welcome to the Oregon Resource Guide
Welcome to the 2015 Oregon Resource Guide. We are in our eighth year, featuring business in a wide variety of industries throughout Oregon, ranging from the Oregon Coast to the Cascades, Willamette Valley and southern Oregon. Our free publication highlights the state’s resources and attractions for newcomers, local residents, and travelers.
We fill our Resource Guide with in-depth articles and editorials that depict Oregon’s treasures, while the guidebook’s captivating photographs illustrate the state’s visual ambiance. Digital online editions of our guidebook will enhance your travel and living experiences with promotional adventure videos and links to advertisers’ websites to create an interactive experience.
Oregon is a wild, adventurous place that’s full of natural character. We want to encourage our readers to explore these new featured destinations because they provide quality experiences, which is why we added them to our list of exceptional service providers.
Our staff wants your Oregon experience to be convenient and enjoyable, so Oregon Resource Guide partnered with over 600 businesses, visitor centers, and chambers of commerce throughout the state. Our team utilizes each business service regularly, which allows us to produce an honest showcase built through personal experience. The relationships that we build with our advertisers make the selection process enjoyable and we only select the best.
Our guidebook will ease new adjustments and reinvigorate true Oregonian experiences for newcomers, longtime residents and travelers. Whether you’re new to Oregon, relocating within the state, or looking to explore your longtime neighborhood, we hope that you enjoy your experience and we encourage you to explore everything Oregon has to offer. Let the Oregon Resource Guide help you along your journey.
Ole Larsen Skeie, trained as a watchmaker in the family jewelry business in Norway, immigrated to the United States in 1906 and opened the first Skeie’s Jewelers in Roundup, Montana in 1910. In 1922 Ole found a store for sale in Eugene, Oregon. He packed up both his shop and family and moved to Eugene, Oregon to a small store at 927 Willamette Street, Eugene’s main street. The Skeie’s Jewelers tradition of European craftsmanship and…
Back in 2001, 4th generation Oregonian Alan Mitchell and his wife April teamed up with Jeff & Victoria Wilson-Charles to create Territorial Vineyards & Wine Company, located at the corner of Third and Adams in Eugene’s Whiteaker neighborhood. With a combined 45 plus years experience in growing grapes at their respective vineyards in Lane County, Jeff and Alan farm sustainably and grow for quality above all else. With the mad skills of winemaker Ray Walsh,…
Run Hub Northwest is Lane County’s newest run specialty store located in the heart of downtown Eugene. Whether you’re looking for the best in running shoes, the latest athletic apparel, hydration packs, physical therapy tools, or nutrition, we’ve got you covered. Owners Dustin and Kris Pearce moved from the midwest to Eugene in 2012 to take advantage of all that Tracktown, USA and the pacific northwest have to offer. In doing so, they also realized…