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Beijing Overseas Property Immigration And High End Lifestyle Exhibition
Event on 2015-11-06 00:00:00
◆ The Ideal Platform for Promoting Overseas Properties and Immigration Investing Projects.
Beijing now is the largest overseas investment market in China. \
Overseas P+I 2015, the 5th Beijing Overseas Property & Investment Immigration Exhibition becomes the leading overseas property & investment exhibition in North China with about 120 overseas projects exhibiting in the previous APEC Beijing site. It is expected to attract about 20,000 high net worth attendees and many agents from all over China through measures of accurate promotion plan, efficient ways of high-end visitor invitations and a wide range of joint marketing cooperation. The 5th Overseas P+I is China’s most important overseas private investment exhibition in the 4th quarter of 2015, which providing the best opportunities for overseas elite projects to meet with numerous potential Chinese investors.
◆ Highlights of the event
-The grand gathering of 120 overseas properties and investing projects.
-The most efficient marketing channel to meet with 20,000 high end people.
-Comprehensive promotion plans via TV, Radio, Online media, Press media, WeChat, Weibo ,etc. amount to 110 media partners.
– Joint marketing with more than 40 clubs & institutions of high-end products & services.
-30 Seminars and a series of concurrent interactive activities.
◆ Accurate invitations of high net worth attendees
Visitor profiles of Overseas P+I:
-Luxury and High-End Properties Owners.
– VIP Customers of Banks, Security Companies, Investment Institutions.
– Members of Private Clubs, Golf Clubs, RV Cars Clubs, Equestrian Clubs, etc.
-Customers of High-End Consumptions, Luxury Car Owners, etc.
-Customers of High-End Services, Members of Organic Food Farm, etc.
-Other rich people, Senior Executives and Company Owners, etc.
◆ The perfect venue, the best opportunity
Beijing is the most important & largest regional market in China. Numerous high-net-worth people are living in Beijing or around Beijing area. National Convention Center (www.cnccchina.com), is the previous APEC Beijing 2014 site, located in the heart of Olympic Park, adjacent to the National Stadium (Bird Nest) with convenient transportation. Overseas P+I 2015 is China’s most important overseas property exhibition in the 4th quarter of the year. It’s the ideal time to showcase the latest projects and attract interested potential visitors from all over China.
◆ Comprehensive promotion plans & joint marketing cooperation
The exhibition will not only be promoted through huge media exposure of approximately 110 media partners, but also will carry on a well–designed promotion plans through TV, Radio, Online Media, Wechat, Weibo, Direct Mail and E-newsletters to attract plenty of attention of target customers. In addition, the exhibition team will continue emphasizing on the joint marketing cooperation with more than 40 partners to invite high-end customers. Cooperation partners will include private bank, private jet club, yacht club, golf club, high-end health institution, commercial guild & finance investment firm.
◆ Professional Organizers
The organizers of Overseas P+I have rich exhibition experience and expansive database of high profile attendees through organizing many famous international exhibitions, such as the 22nd China International Building Technologies and Building Materials Exposition (Build+Decor 2015), the 6th Beijing International Art Handicrafts & Treasures Exhibition, International Trade Show for Baby & Child(Asia Kids), Beijing RV Show, the 4th China International Building Technologies, International Building Materials and Construction Equipment Exposition (ConstrucTech 2015 ),etc.
·Overseas Real Estate Developers/ Agencies
·Land, Farm, Chateau and Other Overseas Investments
·International Investment Companies, Immigration Consulting Companies
·Law Firms, Financial Institutions and Other Services
Standard Booth(9sq.m or 12sq.m)：USD$ 440/㎡ (Minimum 9㎡)
Raw Exhibit Space：USD0/㎡ ( Minimum 36㎡)
at Beijing International Conference Center
No.8 Beichendong Road Chaoyang District
Beijing, ChinaBeijing International Conference Center
Incline Village, NV (PRWEB) October 06, 2014
The 550-acre ranch was purchased in 2004 by Workday founder and PeopleSoft co-founder Dave Duffield. The ranch was the staged backdrop for the Bonanza TV series and Ponderosa Ranch theme park and also contains a portion of one of the most scenic hiking trails in Lake Tahoe – The Incline Flume Trail.
More importantly near the Incline Flume stands the remains of the only Bull Wheel ever used in logging history. From 1880 to 1894, two steam-powered wheels hauled hundreds of cords of lumber a day up a 1,400 ft incline that were then floated, via a large wooden water flume, 3,994 feet through a mountain tunnel. Although the tunnel collapsed in 1957, remnants of the flume that carried the lumber are evident on the Incline and Marlette Flume hiking and biking trails.
There is a critical need to protect these historical artifacts along the Incline Flume trail, as well as getting this trail sanctioned into the Public Trail system. The latter not possible if the trail is under private ownership.
Duffield has proposed to give 18 acres of his property to Washoe County, including part of the Incline Flume trail and the Bull Wheel, in exchange for an unusable lake access strip. This 800 sq.ft. strip of land bisects Duffield’s lakefront property. It was deemed unsafe and closed by Washoe County more than 7 years ago. If the County Commissioners approve the land exchange, it will result in Washoe County acquiring acreage the equivalent of trading Rhode Island for Alaska and Texas combined.
Duffield has retained archaeologist Dr. Susan Lindström PhD, who field-directed two Donner Party camp excavations in 1987 and 1990, for the initial field work studies on the Bull Wheel and Flume area site.
Lindstrom, a forty year veteran in historic sites excavation, focuses on the study and preservation of mining, logging and ranching archaeology in the Great Basin area and surrounding Sierras. She and her team have searched the area for artifacts and historical evidence on Duffield’s portion of the property. Dr. Lindström states, “The rich number of findings in the area reveal multiple ‘Tender’s camps’ and the need to preserve the Bull Wheel. Our initial findings prove that the Bull Wheel meets all the requirements that could make it eligible to be placed on the National Register of Historic Places.”
Duffield is also consulting with Gary Ghio, a Historic Engineer, on the preservation and restoration of the Bull Wheel.
This proposed land exchange has caught the attention of historians, archaeologists, educators and outdoor enthusiasts, who see the importance of the preservation of these artifacts while enhancing ecotourism in the Tahoe Basin.
According to the manager who oversees the Ponderosa property, “Dave has always loved the Bonanza Property, and when it came up for sale, he bought it. He has been doing a lot of refurbishing and maintenance work to preserve the ranch’s local history, including restoration of over 180,000 square feet of old roads to prevent continued soil erosion and improve water quality impact of Lake Tahoe.”
Yet Dave is not the only one who holds a special place in his heart for the world renowned Ponderosa Ranch and Bonanza theme park. Today, there are millions of Bonanza Fans and several fan clubs worldwide. In 2009, on the 50th Anniversary of the Bonanza TV series, Dave agreed to open up the ranch for a one-day private visit for nearly 250 elated Bonanza and Cartwright family enthusiasts. The highly popular TV series ran from 1959 to 1973 with 430 episodes, and although most of the filming took place on a set in Burbank, CA, the Lake Tahoe location had complete structures built such as the Cartwright log cabin home and the Virginia City Saloon where 17 episodes were filmed.
Although officially closed to the public today, this past July for the 55th Anniversary of Bonanza, Dave once again opened the gates for a private group of dedicated fans from as far away as England and Germany. Dressed in outfits fashioned from the Wild West in the 1800s, several shared their passion and nostalgia for the show and it’s cast of characters. Judy Ward of England and Ellen DiIorio of New Jersey were dressed in Victorian dresses complete with bonnets and parasols. Judy had fallen in love with Little Joe when she was an eleven-year-old girl. Her bedroom walls were plastered with photos and posters of Michael Landon in his Bonanza costumes. For Ellen, it was Hoss Cartwright who stole her heart.
Gary Nicholson, a Hoss fan since he was nine, came to the Ponderosa Ranch dressed as Hoss – wearing a vest he purchased at a Bonanza Convention worn by Dan Blocker who played Hoss on the TV show. Duffield donated all proceeds from the event to the Incline Village & Crystal Bay Historical Society.
So where does ecotourism fit into all of this?
Ecotourism, as established by The International Ecotourism Society (TIES), is defined as “responsible travel to natural areas that conserves the environment and improves the well-being of local people.”
According to Sue Hughes, President of Friends of Incline Trails or F.I.T., “The opportunity to place the historic Bull Wheel and surrounding Flume trail into the hands of Washoe County is very important for Lake Tahoe and trail users. This would not only allow for conservation of the forest land and preservation of these historical sites, but it also allows for the Incline Flume trail to be integrated into an official trail system – in this case managed by USFS land and Nevada State Parks. In its current configuration across private land it cannot be repaired or improved, although numerous outdoor enthusiasts cross it daily. Public ownership and adoption into the legal trail system would also help prevent further development of unsafe and non-sanctioned trails that ultimately harm the environment and Lake Tahoe. We are thrilled to have recently received a generous donation from Ponderosa Ranch LLC, to help further our efforts in working with State and Federal land agencies to improve and incorporate local trails for all to enjoy.”
According to TIES, “Ecotourism involves visiting natural areas—in the remote wilderness or rural environments, with the intention to protect something, especially an environmentally or culturally important place or thing from harm or destruction. Ecotourism is about uniting conservation, communities, and sustainable travel.” The efforts of F.I.T in conjunction with Mr. Duffield are accomplishing these very objectives.
The decision, to place the Incline Flume Trail and Bull Wheel into the public domain now rests in the Hands of Washoe County’s Commissioners, as they make their assessment of the exchange proceedings.
F.I.T. is an all volunteer, non-profit organization for the improvement of Trails in the Incline Village community. To donate to the ongoing preservation and maintenance of Incline Trails and receive trail development updates, go to http://www.inclinetrails.org or Facebook.
By June Joseph, PR Specialist
Dave Duffield, Eco-Tourism and the Bonanza Fan Club all share a common thread. Their paths meet on a famous piece of property, rich with historic artifacts called Ponderosa Ranch located above the North East shores of beautiful Lake Tahoe in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Historic Artifacts Found Along the Incline Flume Trail on Duffields property in Lake Tahoe May Be Eligible for the National Historic Registry