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The USO returning to Oregon Military Officers Association of Americapresents

General: Thank you for that kind introduction.

Good morning everyone.

I want to thank everyone for coming out this morning as this is [art of our initial kickoff events to talk about the USO returning to OregonHOOAH!!!

Could I get a showing of handshow many of you knew that Portland previously had a USO?

(click)

1HistoryThe USO in Portland: started in 1941 by six different agencies, including the YMCA, the YWCA, and the Red CrossIn 1950, USO agencies in Portland briefly closed. September 1951: official USO office opened at 941 SW BroadwayKey driver - vice-chairman of the State of Oregon USO and member of the USO national board, Mrs. S. Mason Ehrman (later honored as Oregon's "Mrs. USO").USO Historical Research InitiativeOregon Historical Society ArchivesInterview local people who have knowledge of original USO

www.usonw.org/pdx(click) The USO was created in 1941 after a discussion between President Roosevelt and General Marshall. They determined that an additional non-profit agency was needed, dedicated to support our military and their families. Several agencies collaborated to form the United Services Organizationand Portland became home to one.

(click) It was closed briefly in 1950(click) but re-opened downtown in 1951.(click) Mrs. Mira Ehrman was a key supporterand was also known as Oregons Mrs. USOTed Kaye: are you here today?

(click) (click) we are currently working with the Oregon Historical Society (click) and are looking for people familiar with the original USO

2CurrentOutreachUSONW-Portland Town HallsFleet WeekMilitary unit Family DaysGovernors Employer BriefsHonor Flights OregonMG Rees Retirement CeremonyWelcome Home CeremoniesHollywood District Veterans Day Grand Marshal Veterans Associations

www.usonw.org/pdx

Some of our current activities reaching out (click) into the community involve:(click) town hall meetings(click) having an information tent during fleet week(click) supporting unit family days(click) supporting the Governors Employers Executive Briefing at Camp Withycombe on June 14th with over 10 gallons of brewed coffee(click) saying bon voyage to a group of WWII Veterans (click) participating in the Oregon Honor Flight to DC from PDX(click) we handed out more than 2,000 bottles of cold water at General Rees retirement ceremony on July 13th(click) on August 9th we supported the return of a detachment from the 142nd Security Forces Squadron with Starbucks coffee brewed and donated by the PDX Embassy Suites along with VooDoo donuts(click) the Portland USO is this years Grand Marshal for the Hollywood Veterans Day parade(click) and we are working with all the veterans organizations3What Others are saying

www.usonw.org/pdxThank you so much for your help and coordination for this morning. It means a lot to our guys to know that the USO is out there and always has our back.Richard T. Walmsley, MajI would be honored to be considered for duty at the airport USO. Please consider me if possible for time there. Remember the USO started here in Portland; its about time we showed who we are.Richard Granby

I have had wonderful experiences with the USOs its a wonderful sense of relief for someone who travels as much as I do to be able to go somewhere where you can rest for a bit. The people I have met in the different USOs I've visited remind me of a piece of home - even though we often come from very different places. It's a wonderful thing you are doing, and I wish you the best of everything. Corrisa Heyes I received the ODVA newspaper and read the article. I said to myself, "it's about time PDX gets a USO center." Patty ReyesHere is some of the feedback we are receiving

(click) this one from the 142nd Security Forces Squadron

(click) I received this one from a gentleman wanting to help out

(click) The Oregon Department of Veterans Affairs Vets News published an article about us that was mailed to over 12,000 recipients earlier this month

(click) this email was just sent to me this weekI think she captures many of the benefits that USO Airport Centers offer

(click)4FuturePDX Mezzanine level~650 square feetLounge; TV and moviesSnacks & RefreshmentsLaptops with Wi-Fi accessTravel AssistanceXbox Entertainment SystemList of discounts from airport restaurants / vendors

www.usonw.org/pdx

(click) "THIS is our future" (point out the various areas)

(click) it will be located on the mezzanine level near the clock tower(click) approximately 650 square feet(click) TVs and blue-ray players(click) coffee, soft drinks and snacks will be available

(click) computers will be connected thru PDXs free Wi-Fi

(click) USO volunteers will assist with questions

(click) various entertainment systems will be available(click) we will capitalize on the relationships PDX has built with various airport vendors who provide military discounts5Architect: Edward Vaivoda Architecture LLCInterior Design: Marylhurst University Michele Kremers + 3 InternsEngineering : Jacobs EngineeringElectronics: Sharp MicroelectronicsGeneral Contractor: Glen/Mar Construction, Inc.Plumbing: Columbia ConstructionElectrical: Parkin Electricwww.facebook.com/usonwProject

Estimated Non-Recurring Costs:Program Manager$ 30.0K Design Fees$ 22.2K Construction & permits$ 39.0K Outfitting$ 29.6K TOTAL$120.8KRecurring Operating Costs:$12.5K monthly$150K annually(click) now I want to share a little more about the project of creating an Airport USO Center here at PDX(click) I cannot begin to tell you how fortunate we are to have Ned Vaivoda as our architectNedthanks for your all of your hard work!(click) Michele Kremers from Marylhurst University has led three of her students performing an internship in doing the interior design workMicheleLorithanks!(click) Jacobs Engineering is handling the mechanical & electrical(click) Sharp Microelectronics is donating all of the electronicsand installing them too! Don Lavallethanks to you and your team!(click) last, but certainly not least is Glen/Mar Construction who is donating their time and expertise serving as our general contractorwith their subsALL OF THESE FOLKS ARE DOING THIS WORK PRO BONO (for you Navy guys that means FREE!)(click) Here are the start-upor non-recurring costs(clickclickclickclick.click) just over $120K(click) we are estimating our recurring operating costs to be(click) monthly (click) and annually(click)

6The Way Ahead

www.usonw.org/pdxTotal Non-recurring Funding Requirement -- $120.8KDesign & Program Management -- $52.2K

So whats the Way Ahead? (click)

Over these next few slides I will break out the initial start-up costs

Here is the design teamall pro bono

7The Way Ahead

www.usonw.org/pdxConstruction Costs -- $39.0K

We are estimating the construction costs at $39K

I have highlighted the funding gaps that we currently have

8The Way Ahead

www.usonw.org/pdxInitial Outfitting Costs: $29.6K

Our initial outfitting costs are just under $30K

Once again, Ive highlighted our funding gaps

These are the areas we need help withso if you know of anyone wanting to help with a specific arealike Boeings Employees Community Fund has done with the Lounge areaplease let me know.

The donor can identify/earmark a specific area they want to fund

9The Way AheadNon-recurring -- $120.8K

Funded: $93.2KUnfunded: $27.6K

www.usonw.org/pdxTotal Funding RequirementsRecurring -- $150K(2014 Annual Operating Budget)

Capital (67%)$100KIn-kind (33%)$ 50K

Capital (Received & Pledges): $22.2K

Unfunded Requirement: $127.8KSo whats the Way Ahead? (click)

(click) now I want to give you a basic re-cap(click) the initial start-up costs is about $120.8K

(click) so far we have received capital and in-kind donations for these non-recurring (click) costs of about $93K(click) so we still need $27.K to cover our non-recurring gap

(click) while the annual operating costs will be about $150KOur recurring annual operating costs are broken out as about 2/3 (click) as capital requirementsand(click) 1/3 in-kind donations.(click) here is what we have received so far(click) leaving our 2014 unfunded requirement at $127.8K(click)

10Needed to Open

www.usonw.org/pdx

DONATEOVER 200 VOLUNTEERS HAVE SIGNED-UPFundamentally we need two groups of resources to openPeople(click) we have had over 200 people contact us about volunteering in the PDX USOAnd our other resource is (click) Donationsboth capital and in-kind Sowhat are the take a ways today:The USO is returning to Oregon please hold your applauseIt requires the communitys supportas we receive no funding from the government or the National USOso as you are writing out that check to the USO (about four times a year in my case)write PDX in the memo section and mail it to us rather than to DCor better yet, just go on-line to the USO Northwest website and enter your credit card number.We do have donation envelopes available in the back of the roomThank you again for coming today and I will be hanging around to answer your questionsGeneral: its all yours!11RECAPUSO Portland International Airport (PDX)

Projected Opening Date: Oct 15, 2013

Total Design Fees$52,200.00Funded

Construction/Conversion CostsPermits$3,200.00UnfundedItemLaborMaterialTotalTotal$21,345.00$11,185.00$35,730.00Funded: $24,865Unfunded: $10,865

10% Contingency$2,135.00$1,115.00$3,250.00(Unfunded)Construction Grand Total $38,980.00Funded: $24,865Unfunded: $14,115

Construction Price/sq ft = $86 (based on 650 sq ft)

Initial Outfitting Costs$29,647.81Funded: $16,147.81Unfunded: $13,500

%TOTAL DESIGN/CONSTRUCTION/OUTFITTING$120,827.81Funded: $93,212.8177Unfunded:$27,615.0023

&D&T

Initial CostsUSO Portland International Airport (PDX)

Projected Opening Date: Oct 15, 2013

Design FeesFunded By:Item

Architect$6,500.00Edward Vaivoda

Mechincal$3,200.00Jacobs Engineering

Electicral$2,500.00Jacobs Engineering

Interior Design$10,000.00Michele Kremers/ 1 Project managerMarylhurst 3 Interior designers

Program Management by Joe Williams (500 hr x $60)$30,000.00Joe Williams

Total Design Fees$52,200.00FUNDED

Column1Column2Column3Column4Column5Column6Column7CONSTRUCTION/CONVERSION COSTS: Cost Estimate for Construction

ItemLaborMaterialTotalFunded By:

Permits (building, electrical, plumbing, mechanical) Note: These prices are for City of Portland. If the permits come from PDX the cost may vary$3,200.00?

Construction (framing, drywall, painting, misc install)$8,400.00Team Depot - Glen/Mar Const$800.00Home Depot Electrical$6,615.00Parkin Electrical$200.00Home DepotPlumbing (includes dishwasher, sink/faucet, disposal)$3,500.00Columbia Construction$1,500.00Home DepotMechanical (connect to existing system/thermostat)0.00.0Cabinets/Casework$1,050.00Team Depot$2,500.00Home DepotFloor Covering (carpet in reception area - tile in kitchen)$1,155.00$2,625.00Ceiling Replacement (tiles and labor only)$100.00Team Depot $200.00Home Depot Accessories (refrigerator, dishwasher, misc kitchen)$525.00$3,360.00Funded:Unfunded:Total$21,345.00$11,185.00$35,730.00$24,865.00$10,865.0010% Contingency$2,135.00$1,115.00$3,250.00(Unfunded)$3,250.000.0Funded:Unfunded:Construction Grand Total $38,980.00$24,865.00$14,115.00Construction Price/sq ft (based on 650 sq ft)$55

INITIAL OUTFITTING COSTS:

Lounge Area$8,000.00Boeing Employees Community Fund

2-3 recliner type chairsSofa (possibly a sectional)1 coffee table2 side tablesTable (or floor lamps)Flexible storage

Eating Area$2,500.00

Dining table with 2(4) chairspossibly caf style

Computer & Reception Area$2,000.00

Office chairs 3 or 42 or 3 computer work stations1 reception chair

Lighting Fixtures$3,000.00

Pendant ceiling lightTask lightingUnder counter lighting

Miscellaneous$2,000.00

Paper organizationMagazine holdersArtworkWindow Treatments

Signage$4,000.00?

Cost of Electronic Equipmenteach4 LC46LE540U AQUOS LCD TVs $799.004$3,196.00Sharp Microelectronics 2 DKKP95P MINI COMPONENT AUDIO SYSTEM $139.202$278.40"2 R309YV MID SIZE 1.1 CFT MICROWAVES $99.982$199.96"2 BDAMS20U BLU-RAY DISC PLAYER $110.00 2$220.00"1 HP LaserJet Pro 200 COLOR PRINTER $243.491$243.49"2 - HP Photosmart 6520 e-All-in-One Printer $102.492$204.98"6 Laptops/Computers$500.006$3,000.00"1 - Digital Projector$600.001$600.00"2 - HP Photosmart 6520 e-All-in-One Printer $102.492$204.98"Cost of Electronic Equipment8147.81Sharp Microelectronics

Funded:Unfunded:INITIAL OUTFITTING COSTS:$29,647.81$16,147.81$13,500.00

Funded:Unfunded:TOTAL INITIAL OPENING COSTS$120,827.81$93,212.81$27,615.00

with contingency%0.770.23

&D&T

Annual ExpensesUSO Portland International Airport (PDX)

Projected Opening Date: Sep 15, 2013

Column1Column2Column3Column4Column5Column6Column7Column8Column9Column10Column11ANNUAL PERSONNEL EXPENSES2014201520162017

Staff Salary/BenefitsDirector - FTE$42,000$44,000$46,000$48,000Development, Comms & Social Media Lead - .5 FTE$15,000$16,000$17,000$18,000Staff Travel$4,000$4,000$4,000$4,000Staff/Volunteer Training$4,000$4,000$4,000$4,000NW Regional Staff Travel$5,000$5,000$5,000$5,000Miscellenous$2,500$2,500$2,500$2,500Subtotal$74,514$77,515$80,516$83,517

ANNUAL OPERATING EXPENSES

Rent0.00.00.00.0USO Logo attire for staff/volunteers$2,500$2,500$2,500$2,500Program Support (programs, deployments, etc.)$20,000$21,000$22,000$23,000Food and beverage supplies$25,000$26,000$27,000$28,000Office supplies$2,500$2,600$2,700$2,800Utilities$2,500$2,600$2,700$2,800Janitorial0.00.00.00.0Center Insurance$2,500$2,600$2,700$2,800Advertising/PR/Printing$5,000$5,100$5,200$5,300Special Events$15,000$16,000$17,000$18,000Non-capital assets$2,000$2,100$2,200$2,300Postage and shipping$1,500$1,600$1,700$1,800Equipment maintenance$1,200$1,300$1,400$1,500Subtotal$79,700$83,400$87,100$90,800GRAND TOTAL$154,214$160,915$167,616$174,317

RECAPUSO Portland International Airport (PDX)

Projected Opening Date: Oct 15, 2013

Total Design Fees$52,200.00Funded

Construction/Conversion CostsPermits$3,200.00UnfundedItemLaborMaterialTotalTotal$21,345.00$11,185.00$35,730.00Funded: $24,865Unfunded: $10,865

10% Contingency$2,135.00$1,115.00$3,250.00(Unfunded)Construction Grand Total $38,980.00Funded: $24,865Unfunded: $14,115

Construction Price/sq ft = $86 (based on 650 sq ft)

Initial Outfitting Costs$29,647.81Funded: $16,147.81Unfunded: $13,500

%TOTAL DESIGN/CONSTRUCTION/OUTFITTING$120,827.81Funded: $93,212.8177Unfunded:$27,615.0023

&D&T

Initial CostsUSO Portland International Airport (PDX)

Projected Opening Date: Oct 15, 2013

Design FeesFunded By:Item

Architect$6,500.00Edward Vaivoda

Mechincal$3,200.00Jacobs Engineering

Electicral$2,500.00Jacobs Engineering

Interior Design$10,000.00Michele Kremers/ 1 Project managerMarylhurst 3 Interior designers

Program Management by Joe Williams (500 hr x $60)$30,000.00Joe Williams

Total Design Fees$52,200.00FUNDED

Column1Column2Column3Column4Column5Column6Column7CONSTRUCTION/CONVERSION COSTS: Cost Estimate for Construction

ItemLaborMaterialTotalFunded By:

Permits (building, electrical, plumbing, mechanical) Note: These prices are for City of Portland.$3,200.00?

Construction (framing, drywall, painting, misc install)$8,400.00Team Depot - Glen/Mar Const$800.00Home Depot Electrical$6,615.00Parkin Electrical$200.00Home DepotPlumbing (includes dishwasher, sink/faucet, disposal)$3,500.00Columbia Construction$1,500.00Home DepotMechanical (connect to existing system/thermostat)0.00.0Cabinets/Casework$1,050.00Team Depot$2,500.00Home DepotFloor Covering (carpet in reception area - tile in kitchen)$1,155.00$2,625.00Ceiling Replacement (tiles and labor only)$100.00Team Depot $200.00Home Depot Accessories (refrigerator, dishwasher, misc kitchen)$525.00$3,360.00Funded:Unfunded:Total$21,345.00$11,185.00$35,730.00$24,865.00$10,865.0010% Contingency$2,135.00$1,115.00$3,250.00(Unfunded)$3,250.000.0Funded:Unfunded:Construction Grand Total $38,980.00$24,865.00$14,115.00Construction Price/sq ft (based on 650 sq ft)$55

INITIAL OUTFITTING COSTS:

Lounge Area$8,000.00Boeing Employees Community Fund

2-3 recliner type chairsSofa (possibly a sectional)1 coffee table2 side tablesTable (or floor lamps)Flexible storage

Eating Area$2,500.00

Dining table with 2(4) chairspossibly caf style

Computer & Reception Area$2,000.00

Office chairs 3 or 42 or 3 computer work stations1 reception chair

Lighting Fixtures$3,000.00

Pendant ceiling lightTask lightingUnder counter lighting

Miscellaneous$2,000.00

Paper organizationMagazine holdersArtworkWindow Treatments

Signage$4,000.00?

Cost of Electronic Equipmenteach4 LC46LE540U AQUOS LCD TVs $799.004$3,196.00Sharp Microelectronics 2 DKKP95P MINI COMPONENT AUDIO SYSTEM $139.202$278.40"2 R309YV MID SIZE 1.1 CFT MICROWAVES $99.982$199.96"2 BDAMS20U BLU-RAY DISC PLAYER $110.00 2$220.00"1 HP LaserJet Pro 200 COLOR PRINTER $243.491$243.49"2 - HP Photosmart 6520 e-All-in-One Printer $102.492$204.98"6 Laptops/Computers$500.006$3,000.00"1 - Digital Projector$600.001$600.00"2 - HP Photosmart 6520 e-All-in-One Printer $102.492$204.98"Cost of Electronic Equipment8147.81Sharp Microelectronics

Funded:Unfunded:INITIAL OUTFITTING COSTS:$29,647.81$16,147.81$13,500.00

Funded:Unfunded:TOTAL INITIAL OPENING COSTS$120,827.81$93,212.81$27,615.00

with contingency%0.770.23

&D&T

Annual ExpensesUSO Portland International Airport (PDX)

Projected Opening Date: Sep 15, 2013

Column1Column2Column3Column4Column5Column6Column7Column8Column9Column10Column11ANNUAL PERSONNEL EXPENSES2014201520162017

Staff Salary/BenefitsDirector - FTE$42,000$44,000$46,000$48,000Development, Comms & Social Media Lead - .5 FTE$15,000$16,000$17,000$18,000Staff Travel$4,000$4,000$4,000$4,000Staff/Volunteer Training$4,000$4,000$4,000$4,000NW Regional Staff Travel$5,000$5,000$5,000$5,000Miscellenous$2,500$2,500$2,500$2,500Subtotal$74,514$77,515$80,516$83,517

ANNUAL OPERATING EXPENSES

Rent0.00.00.00.0USO Logo attire for staff/volunteers$2,500$2,500$2,500$2,500Program Support (programs, deployments, etc.)$20,000$21,000$22,000$23,000Food and beverage supplies$25,000$26,000$27,000$28,000Office supplies$2,500$2,600$2,700$2,800Utilities$2,500$2,600$2,700$2,800Janitorial0.00.00.00.0Center Insurance$2,500$2,600$2,700$2,800Advertising/PR/Printing$5,000$5,100$5,200$5,300Special Events$15,000$16,000$17,000$18,000Non-capital assets$2,000$2,100$2,200$2,300Postage and shipping$1,500$1,600$1,700$1,800Equipment maintenance$1,200$1,300$1,400$1,500Subtotal$79,700$83,400$87,100$90,800GRAND TOTAL$154,214$160,915$167,616$174,317

Sheet1Lounge Area$8,000.00Boeing Employees Community Fund

Eating Area$2,500.00

Computer & Reception Area$2,000.00

Lighting Fixtures$3,000.00

Miscellaneous$2,000.00

Signage$4,000.00?

Cost of Electronic Equipmenteach4 LC46LE540U AQUOS LCD TVs $799.004$3,196.00Sharp Microelectronics 2 DKKP95P MINI COMPONENT AUDIO SYSTEM $139.202$278.40"2 R309YV MID SIZE 1.1 CFT MICROWAVES $99.982$101.98"2 BDAMS20U BLU-RAY DISC PLAYER $110.00 2$220.00"1 HP LaserJet Pro 200 COLOR PRINTER $243.491$243.49"2 - HP Photosmart 6520 e-All-in-One Printer $102.492$204.98"6 Laptops/Computers$500.006$3,000.00"1 - Digital Projector$600.001$600.00"2 - HP Photosmart 6520 e-All-in-One Printer $102.492$204.98"Cost of Electronic Equipment8049.83Sharp Microelectronics

Funded:Unfunded:INITIAL OUTFITTING COSTS:$29,549.83$16,049.83$13,500.00

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