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Dan Moore Bids Farewell to Evergreen Escapes After Six Years

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It is with a mix of sadness and pride that I share this news. I have decided to leave EverGreen Escapes after six creative and dynamic years developing and growing this company.  It has been an incredible journey taking the company from small start-up business, with only a concept and a Jeep, to an internationally respected enterprise with programming spanning from Seattle to Namibia.

I am leaving EverGreen Escapes at an exciting time for the business, and I would like to take a moment to reflect on a few of the company’s accomplishments that I feel most proud of being a part of:

• Served tens of thousands of Escapists throughout Cascadia
• Developed and delivered cutting edge itineraries for our clients
• Received 333 five-star reviews on Trip Advisor
• Opened Portland Oregon Base-camp in 2010
• Nominated for a People & Planet Award for Green Businesses

Perhaps most important to me has been my work developing our unique take on corporate team building and our facilitated retreats.  I have had the pleasure of facilitating programs for some of the best and the brightest and have learned a ton in the process.

These incredible successes, and many more, are the result of a ton of hard work by past and current employees, whom it was a great honor to work with.  As I prepare for my next endeavor, I want to thank you for your business, advice, friendship, and your continued support of EverGreen Escapes.  I look forward to the opportunity to work with you again in the future, so please stay in touch.  You can reach me at:,

[email protected], or by phone at 206.709.0286.

Happy Holidays!

Dan Moore

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2 Comments to Dan Moore Bids Farewell to Evergreen Escapes After Six Years

  1. Dan, I can’t imagine saying you will be missed, because I hope this doesn’t mean you won’t continue to be my friend, colleague and confidant in our industry. Once an adventurer…. Looking forward to hearing more about your transition.

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