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Snohomish County Sports Commission

Snohomish County Sports Hall of Fame Banquet

Watch the Induction of the 2020 Class

Located in northwest Washington State, nestled between the sparkling blue waters of the Salish Sea and the rugged, snow-capped peaks of the Cascade Mountains in Snohomish County. Snohomish County begins 15 miles north of Seattle and about 120 miles south of Vancouver, British Columbia.

Why Snohomish County?

PAINE FIELD AIRPORT - Fly direct to Everett, WA from eleven U.S. destinations via Alaska Airlines and United Airlines. Conveniently located within 7-10 miles of Lynnwood and Everett. Bringing and planning your sports events became easier with the commercial air service. (Please check airlines-some flights have been suspended temporarily due.) 

PREMIER SPORTS FACILITIES – Snohomish County has top-notch venues to host your event, Phil Johnson Ballfields, Sky River Park, Angel Of The Winds. We have hosted the Fed Cup, WWA Wakeboard National Championship, US Club Soccer Northwest Cup Regional.

SERVICE – From volunteer recruitment to grant applications, we exist to better serve you. Snohomish County Sports Commission will help event planners with funding opportunities, event services and logistics, and hotel accommodations to make your event successful.

EXPERIENCE TRUE PNW – Snohomish County is home to endless activities for kids and those who are kids at heart! Watch orca whales frolic via the Puget Sound Express, Seattle’s premier whale watching tour. Make a Funko Pop or take a photo with a giant character at Funko in downtown Everett. Test your skills with laser tag or bowling at Arena Sports Mill Creek.

ACCESS TO SEATTLE – We are so close; you can hold your Seattle sporting event in Snohomish County for a fraction of the cost.

Consider Snohomish County a launch pad from which to explore the TRUE PNW.

Come book your great sports event with PNW Sports!

Dedication to Your Successful Event is Our Badge of Honor

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