NW N.P.C Bodybuilding, Figure, Fitness, Bikini, Physique contest schedule

NW N.P.C Bodybuilding, Figure, Fitness, Bikini, Physique contest schedule 


2017 Washington NPC Schedule

April 1 –  NPC Vancouver USA Natural Championships (National Qualifier) – Vancouver WA

VancouverUSANatural.com 

April 22 – NPC Empire Classic Championship (National Qualifier) Spokane, WA 

spokanebodybuilding.com

April 28 & 29  – NPC Emerald Cup Championship (National Qualifier) – Bellevue, WA

craigproductions.com

June 20 – NPC Tanji Johnson Classic –   Tacoma WA

tanjijohnsonclassic.com

July 15 – NPC WA State Open Championship (National Qualifier) –  WA

WaStateBodybuilding.com

September 30 – NPC Northern Classic (National Qualifier) – Tacoma, Wa

northernclassic.net

October 7 – NPC Washington Ironman (National Qualifier)  – Mill Creek

craigproductions.com

October 21  – NPC Night of Champions (National Qualifier) – Spokane, WA

spokanebodybuilding.com

November 11 – NPC Northwest Championships (National Qualifier) – Shelton, WA

olympiabodybuilding.com

2017 Montana NPC Schedule

April 15 – NPC Big Sky Championship (National Qualifier) – Missoula, MT

NPCMontana.com

2017 Oregon NPC Schedule

May 14 – NPC Pacific Coast Championships (National Qualifier) – Lincoln City, OR

rksmithproductions.com

May 27 – NPC Cascadian Classic (National Qualifier) – Bend, OR

npcoregon.com

October 14 – NPC Battle for the Eagle (National Qualifier) – Canyonville, OR

rksmithproductions.com

TBA – NPC Oregon State Open Championships (National Qualifier) –  OR

oregonbodybuilding.com

2017 Idaho NPC Schedule

June 3 – NPC Idaho Muscle Classic (National Qualifier) –  Boise, ID

craigproductions.com

June 24 – NPC Southern Idaho Showdown  – Twin Falls, ID

BigJonProductions.com

November 4 – NPC Idaho Cup Championships (National Qualifier) – Garden City, ID

craigproductions.com

2017 Alaska NPC Schedule

April 8 – Judgement Day (National Qualifier) – Anchorage, AK

alaskamuscle.com

2017 Utah NPC Schedule

March 11 – Utah Cup (National Qualifier) – Salt Lake City, UT

ssfitnessproductions.com

April 22 – Salt City Showdown (National Qualifier) – Salt Lake City, UT

ssfitnessproductions.com

June 10 – Salt Lake City Champtionships (National Qualifier) – Salt Lake City, UT

ssfitnessproductions.com

August 12 – Viking Championships (National Qualifier) – Salt Lake City, UT

ssfitnessproductions.com

October 14 – Utah Classic (National Qualifier) – Salt Lake City, UT

ssfitnessproductions.com

Expo vendor success guide.

Things to know, find out or bring, that will improve your success.

  • Am I indoor or outdoor?
    • If outdoor do i need to bring some sort of tent shade?
  • How much space do you have?
  • Are the following provided?
    • Tables
    • Table cloths
    • Chares
    • Trash cans
  • How much table space do I have?
  • What type of back drop do I have?
    • Pole & drape?
    • Wall?
    • None?
    • What do I need to hang a banner behind me?
      • Are hooks provide?
      • Zip ties, rope, twine, tape ect.
  • Know the vendor set up time
  • What is the parking situation.
    • location?
    • Is there a fee for parking?
  • Is wifi available (in case you need it for payments)
    • Is WIFI free or an additional cost.
    • What is the password if protected.
  • Is electricity available?
    • Fee?
    • Deadline to register for an electrical hook up?
  • Am i assigned a vendor location or do i choose my space?
  • Is there food for sale at the venue or near by?
  • What is the event website, social media pages,
    • Connect with the event as many ways you can.
      • Many people attending the event will be following the the events website and  social media sites. Be active with these by contributing relevant information about what you are providing or your event specials. You may draw sales before the event by doing this. You will also be educating people of your products/services. This way you can spend more time at the event closing warm leads you created in you pre event communication with qualified leads.
  • What other opportunities are available to you as a vendor/exhibitor/sponsor of the event. and are there any extra charges?
    • logo placement on websites, t-shirts, programs, flyers, posters,  or printed promotional items.
      • Send in your logo as soon as you can so you don’t miss out on any possibilities.
      • Can banners be hung around the area?
      • Program ads.
      • Product placement in give away bags
      • Spoken voice ads.
      • Can you give away some product for a prize of some sort?
        • If this is possible and you are doing it. Get it set up asap so you can reap the benefits of the extra advertising. Many times I find that people contact me at the last minute wanting to make a donation to one of the competitions within my event. I love the gesture and the competitors do too. But If I knew of is sooner I would love to announce these type of things and promote the company doing the give away. If we can prepromote is together we can create more buzz and you receive much more credit traffic.
          • These are good things to promote through the events social media site. You can funnel the traffic to your site by marketing a post about it and typing your website url within the post.
      • Can you hold little contests, raffles, giveaways at your booth?
        • Thinks of exciting ways to draw people into your booth.
        • Think of creative ways to get people to register their email with your.
        • If you create some sort of event or contest at your booth. Then find out what resources are available to let attendees know about these attractions.
        • Are you an expert of some kind? Then maybe you can create a little talk or demonstration at your booth at certain times? Then invite people from your contact list.
        • You could invite some kind of an expert or popular figure within the demographic of the attendees. Promote before the event. Invite people to come to your booth to meet the popular figure.
      • Are you given complimentary tickets to the event to give away to clients? Or do you get any special admission discounts for referring spectators to the event. If so……Take advantage of this by creating a pre event campaign. Come up with creative ways to gain new contacts by giving these tickets away to those who register with you in some fashion. You can also invite loyal customers to come to your booth to take advantage of your special event opportunities.

 

 

  • Bring a way to accept payment via credit debit card.
  • Create a booth that is attractive, inviting makes visitors feel comfortable.
  • Ask questions that stimulate thought and encourage conversation.
  • Ask open-ended questions – beginning with who, what, where, when, why or how.
  • Be aware that everyone is watching you. Dress and act in an appropriate manner.
  • Ask questions instead of pitching
  • Identify and prioritize the top three reasons why you are going to each trade show.
  • To gather sales leads or sell your products or services to attendees and other exhibitors
  • Promote new products/product launch; “new” is the most powerful word on the show floor to attendees.
  • Enhance your corporate image or corporate message as an industry leader (branding/awareness)
  • Educate your audience regarding your products and/or services
  • Cement existing client relationships to garner repeat sales
  • Conduct business meetings before or after show hours with attendees you can’t otherwise reach
  • Obtain press/media coverage
  • Identify and recruit new distributors/dealers/representatives/employees
  • Perform competitive and market research
  • Attend educational sessions
  • Identify the products or services you will showcase and determine how you will display or demonstrate them.
  • Don’t Forget to Smile.
  • If samples of your product are tiny, prop them up high so it is easier for spectators to spot them.
  • Stimulate buyers’ senses. Incorporate technology into your trade show display.
  • Know your audience and focus your message on their needs.
  • Find ways to make introductions for other people.
  • Stay off the electronics. If your exhibitors are on their cell phones, laptops or any other devices, attendees will keep on walking.
  • Send e-mail reminders and a direct mail campaign to loyal customers and strong prospects before the show,urging them to stop by your booth.
  • Bring the appropriate cash to make change for sales.
  • Table cloth, banner. flyers, brochures, coupons, business cards, paper, pens pencils. tape. twine, zip ties,
  • Record all pertinent information on a lead form to facilitate follow-up.
  • What can you offer, or what reasons can you come up with for attendees to leave their contact info (email, phone number, address) with you at your booth.
    • Follow up with them after the event.
  • How can you cross promote with any of the other vendors at the event? Bring food and water for yourself.
  • Wear comfortable shoes.

 

 

Vendors of  the Wa State Health Fitness & Beauty EXPO

 

 

Jeremy Williams

Williams Productions Event Promoter

WA State Health Fitness & Beauty EXPO

www.WaStateFitnessEXPO.com

Info@williamsproductions.com

 

MMA & Kickboxing events in Washington State & the NW.

MMA & Kickboxing events in Washington State & the NW

The Redemption 2 MMA & Kickboxing

The Redemption 2 MMA & Kickboxing

 http://nwfitnessevents.com/events/the-redemption-2-mma-kickboxing-cage-fights/

Saturday, January 24th

Rumble at the Roseland 80

The Roseland Theater – Portland, Oregon

 

2015 USA Boxing National Championships – Finals

Northern Quest Resort & Casino – Airway Heights, Washington

 

BFL Fight Night XXXIV

River Rock Casino – Richmond, British Columbia

 

AX Fighting presents Toughest in the Valley

The Skateway / Skagit Events Center – Burlington, Washington

 

18th Annual Main Event – WAC Collegiate Boxing Invitational

Washington Athletic Club – Seattle, Washington

 

King of the Ring V

Victory Athletics Combat Sports Academy – Lakewood, Washington

 

 

Friday, January 30th

 

Rage at the Reef VII

Silver Reef Casino – Ferndale, Washington

 

Saturday, January 31st

 

Rogue Fights 29

Win-River Casino – Redding, California

 

Washington Warrior Cup I

Enumclaw Expo Center – Enumclaw, Washington

 

Ground Warrior Submission Challenge

Salem Armory – Salem, Oregon

 

UCL 21 “King of the Valley”

Merritt Civic Centre – Merritt, British Columbia

 

Saturday, February 7th

 

Battle @ the Bay X

Swinomish Casino – Anacortes, Washington

 

Proving Grounds – MMA

The HUB Sports Center – Liberty Lake, Washington

 

Proving Grounds – Submission Only Grapplng Tournament

Bellevue, Washington

 

 

Thursday, February 12th

 

King of the Cage “Short Fuse”

Coeur d’Alene Casino – Worley, Idaho

 

Friday, February 20th

 

Front Street Fights 4

CenturyLink Arena – Boise, Idaho

 

 

Saturday, February 21st

 

National Fighting Championships “Apocalypse In The Cage”

Lucky Eagle Casino – Rochester, Washington

 

Sparta Combat League “AVM WA”

Comcast XFINITY Arena – Everett, Washington

 

Super Fight League America 3

Emerald Queen Casino – Tacoma, Washington

 

The Redemption II

Tacoma Armory – Tacoma, Washington

 

Oregon Golden Gloves Boxing Championships

Eagle Crest Resort – Bend, Oregon

 

Sunday, February 22nd

 

Oregon Golden Gloves Boxing Championships

Eagle Crest Resort – Bend, Oregon

 

 

Saturday, March 7th

 

Midtown Throwdown 6

Lane County Events Center – Eugene, Oregon

 

The Revolution XXVII – A Brazlian Jiu-jitsu Gi & No-Gi Tournament

Pacific Lutheran University – Tacoma, Washington

 

Saturday, March 14th

 

Prime Fighting V

Clark County Event Center – Ridgefield, Washington

 

Fake PADDY’S DAY MMA

United Training Center – Olympia, Washington

 

Absolute Chaos #9

PLU Olson Auditorium – Parkland, Washington

 

NAGA Oregon Grappling Championship

Portland State University – Portland, Oregon

 

 

Saturday, March 21st

 

Knucklehead Fights

Hermiston, Oregon

 

King of the Cage

Chinook Winds Casino – Lincoln City, Oregon

 

 

Saturday, March 28th

 

Cagequest VI

Clover Park Technical College – Lakewood, Washington

 

Battle at the Boat 100

Emerald Queen Casino – Tacoma, Washington

 

 

Saturday, April 18th

 

Primal Fights 7 “Resurrection”

Clover Park Technical College – Lakewood, Washington

 

 

Washington & NW MMA – Kickboxing schedule

MMA & Kickboxing events in Washington State & the NW

The Redemption 2 MMA & Kickboxing

The Redemption 2 MMA & Kickboxing

 http://nwfitnessevents.com/events/the-redemption-2-mma-kickboxing-cage-fights/

Saturday, January 24th

Rumble at the Roseland 80

The Roseland Theater – Portland, Oregon

 

2015 USA Boxing National Championships – Finals

Northern Quest Resort & Casino – Airway Heights, Washington

 

BFL Fight Night XXXIV

River Rock Casino – Richmond, British Columbia

 

AX Fighting presents Toughest in the Valley

The Skateway / Skagit Events Center – Burlington, Washington

 

18th Annual Main Event – WAC Collegiate Boxing Invitational

Washington Athletic Club – Seattle, Washington

 

King of the Ring V

Victory Athletics Combat Sports Academy – Lakewood, Washington

 

 

Friday, January 30th

 

Rage at the Reef VII

Silver Reef Casino – Ferndale, Washington

 

Saturday, January 31st

 

Rogue Fights 29

Win-River Casino – Redding, California

 

Washington Warrior Cup I

Enumclaw Expo Center – Enumclaw, Washington

 

Ground Warrior Submission Challenge

Salem Armory – Salem, Oregon

 

UCL 21 “King of the Valley”

Merritt Civic Centre – Merritt, British Columbia

 

Saturday, February 7th

 

Battle @ the Bay X

Swinomish Casino – Anacortes, Washington

 

Proving Grounds – MMA

The HUB Sports Center – Liberty Lake, Washington

 

Proving Grounds – Submission Only Grapplng Tournament

Bellevue, Washington

 

 

Thursday, February 12th

 

King of the Cage “Short Fuse”

Coeur d’Alene Casino – Worley, Idaho

 

Friday, February 20th

 

Front Street Fights 4

CenturyLink Arena – Boise, Idaho

 

 

Saturday, February 21st

 

National Fighting Championships “Apocalypse In The Cage”

Lucky Eagle Casino – Rochester, Washington

 

Sparta Combat League “AVM WA”

Comcast XFINITY Arena – Everett, Washington

 

Super Fight League America 3

Emerald Queen Casino – Tacoma, Washington

 

The Redemption II

Tacoma Armory – Tacoma, Washington

 

Oregon Golden Gloves Boxing Championships

Eagle Crest Resort – Bend, Oregon

 

Sunday, February 22nd

 

Oregon Golden Gloves Boxing Championships

Eagle Crest Resort – Bend, Oregon

 

 

Saturday, March 7th

 

Midtown Throwdown 6

Lane County Events Center – Eugene, Oregon

 

The Revolution XXVII – A Brazlian Jiu-jitsu Gi & No-Gi Tournament

Pacific Lutheran University – Tacoma, Washington

 

Saturday, March 14th

 

Prime Fighting V

Clark County Event Center – Ridgefield, Washington

 

Fake PADDY’S DAY MMA

United Training Center – Olympia, Washington

 

Absolute Chaos #9

PLU Olson Auditorium – Parkland, Washington

 

NAGA Oregon Grappling Championship

Portland State University – Portland, Oregon

 

 

Saturday, March 21st

 

Knucklehead Fights

Hermiston, Oregon

 

King of the Cage

Chinook Winds Casino – Lincoln City, Oregon

 

 

Saturday, March 28th

 

Cagequest VI

Clover Park Technical College – Lakewood, Washington

 

Battle at the Boat 100

Emerald Queen Casino – Tacoma, Washington

 

 

Saturday, April 18th

 

Primal Fights 7 “Resurrection”

Clover Park Technical College – Lakewood, Washington

 

 

Girls Gone RX

http://nwfitnessevents.com/events/girls-gone-rx/

When: Saturday, November 8th, 2014 at 9:00am
Cost: $210/team

Event web site. http://www.girlsgonerx.com

As CrossFit athletes we have to be prepared for the unknown and unknowable. This is a 3 person team event, highlighting each teammates strengths and perhaps weaknesses. It will be a true testament of teamwork and communication. We are asking you to take yourself out of your comfort zone, even more so than you already do, and come participate in our 2014 Girls Gone Rx!

 

2014 NPC Idaho Cup

http://nwfitnessevents.com/events/2014-idaho-cup/

Bodybuilding, Physique, Figure, Fitness and Bikini Championships.  Prejudging begins at 10:00am, tickets are $20.00 general admission.  Evening Finals are $30.00 general admission. Doors open at 5:15 pm. Show starts at 6:00pm.  Guest performers are IFBB Pro Bodybuilder Joe DeRousie and IFBB Physique Pro Karen Hobbs.

Tickets

Finals Tickets – $30.00 General Admission. Judging tickets are $20.00, General Admission. $45.00 for both if purchased together in advance through Ticketfly .

Judging – 10:00 AM, in order: Fitness routines, Masters Men (60, 50, 40), Fitness Two-Piece, Women’s Physique Over 35, Women’s Physique Open,  Mixed Pairs, Open Women BB,  Figure Over 35, Open Men – Bantam, Figure A, Men Light, Figure B,  Men Middle, Figure C, Light-Heavy, Figure D, Men Heavy, Junior Men Physique, Masters Bikini Fit Body (35 & 45), Men’s Physique Over 35, True Novice Bikini (A & B), Bikini A, Physique A, Bikini B, Physique B, Bikini C, Physique C, Bikini D, Physique D, Bikini E.

Finals/Evening Show – 6:00 PM: The same order as Judging. Score sheets will be available for competitors after each class as well as online at CraigProductions.com.

Tickets (as available) can also be purchased at the door, the day of the event.

Guest Performers

Finals will feature IFBB Pro Bodybuilder Joe DeRousie and IFBB Physique Pro Karen Hobbs.

 

 

2014 N.P.C Idaho-Cup Poster

2014 N.P.C Idaho-Cup Poster

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