Seattle Times covers Clay Loges ’68’s Yodio Tours

If you are like most people, you’ve likely used one of the popular audio guides during a recent visit to a museum. An article in Seattle Times reports how Clay’s YodioTours is taking the concept up a level over the museum experience by adding digital photos and expanding beyond the museum walls to sightseeing on the streets of Seattle. Better yet, these tours are free to the users. And they can be played on your iPhone or Android smart phone.

SeaTimes - Rachel on cover

Good publicity for Clay’s “YodioTours” business in the NW Weekend section of the Seattle Times.  You can read it online at The tours are free courtesy of business who sponsor the tours.  If you know a business that might want to create a tour or sponsor a tour, please steer them to Clay Loges ’68 at   More information is available at website: or give him a LIKE at 

April ’11 Luncheon speaker Mark Pattison ’84


Mark P in Husky uniform 2Mark offered a very personal presetation of his days as a member of Phi Gamma Delta Class of 1984, Sigma Tau, and he also talked a bit about his football career.
Wore #19 for Husky Football
Wore #88 for the New Orleans Saints
Wore # 89 for the Raiders

Mark has always been driven by challenges. Whether in his football days at UW or playing in the NFL for the Raiders and New Orleans Saints. He started his first branded merchandising company, The Pattison Group in 1994. In 2000 he founded Front Porch Classics that grew into an award-winning game company which won Toy of the Year twice and was sold to University Games in 2008. Merging his years of experience with the Pattison Group and many of the design staff from Front Porch Classics, Mark recently introduced Maverick Apparel Printing — clearly leveraging his experience with his prior companies with the benefits of the digital age. Recently customers include Zappos, Concur, World Gym, and others. Maverick brands from 1 to a million t-shirts or any quantity of most any other printable merchandise.

Mark P speaking to luncheon 4.13.2011
Mark speaking to the April luncheon group

Mark is CEO of Maverick Apparel Printing (following info from website)
Maverick is all about being fun, hip, friendly, pro-active, ambitious and 100% customer-oriented. Nobody knows this better than our co-founders Mark Pattison and Greg Smith.

Mark, former NFL football player, has a proven track record launching and leading successful companies in a range of industries—from toy and game manufacturing, to business software creation, to promotional products sales and marketing. Greg, a Seattle Real Estate Developer, has business interests across many spectrums including a Nissan Dealership, Cherry Street Coffee, Seattle Bagel Bakery and more. Together, these two alpha Dawgs are building a rock solid foundation for one very exciting company.

During the luncheon, Mark also talked about a place dear to his heart. Located about 20 minutes north of Bozeman, Mark inherited this ranch in Montana from his grandfather. Mark has developed a cabin and bunkhouse as a retreat for his family (and friends), and he recently opened it for rental to fly fishing groups wanting to private access to the property’s river. His 2,000+ acres includes a river running through the property. The ranch is also available for hunting.

Mark P at Circle P
Mark fishing on “Circle P’s” river.

Mark can be reached via email:

Ad Astra – Art Hunt ’57

Arthur Hunt | from the Richmond Times Dispatch

HUNT, Arthur Adams, 76, a certified financial planner, died Saturday, April 16, 2011 after an extended illness. He is survived by his wife of 49 years, Courtney Stormont Hunt; a son, Charlie Hunt and his wife, Malissa, of the Outer Banks of North Carolina; a daughter, Courtney Hunt Edwards and her husband, Tom Edwards, of Richmond; two sisters, Nancy Hunt Turner and Judy Hunt Campbell, both of Seattle; and a brother, James Hunt of San Francisco; as well as five grandchildren, Elizabeth Edwards, Grace Edwards, Jamie Edwards, Whitney Gamiel and Malinda Brothers; and one great-grandchild, Janelle Dunton. Art was a native of Seattle and a cum laude graduate of the University of Washington with a bachelor’s of arts degree in economics. While there, he also became a brother of the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity. A charter and honored member of the Kiwanis Club in Richmond, Art was also a former president of the Richmond Gentry and enjoyed volunteering at Meals on Wheels for many years. He was an avid tennis player and skier and a member of the Three Eye tennis fraternity. A longtime member of St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church, he served on the Vestry, sang in the choir and chaired both the Endowment Committee and TGIF, a weekly prayer breakfast. Art was a principled man of great dignity and a kind, gentle friend to all. Art and Courtney met at Virginia Beach, where Art was an officer in the U.S. Navy. They lived in Bellevue, Washington, before moving to Richmond. Art was a real estate broker and the district sales manager for the Union Envelope Company in Richmond. Services for Mr. Hunt will be held at St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church at the corner of Forest and Patterson Avenues on Tuesday, April 19, at 11 a.m. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the St. Matthew’s Endowment Fund or the Salvation Army.