November Luncheon — Clay Loges ’68 and his serial entrepreneur career

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Clay Loges UPS ’68

Clay Loges ’68 began the November luncheon with a review of his undergraduate fraternity experience that led to his being elected the Student Body president for the Univ. of Puget Sound.
Combining that student government experience with his business training at IBM, Clay ended up in his career of serial entrepreneurialism. From pioneering the ten minute oil change industry to founding one of the Soviet Union’s first telecom businesses, Clay treated the luncheon group to some colorful insider views. While building the Russia-based business to 800+ employees and 70,000+ customers, Clay had a number of unique experiences to share with the group.

Clay also discussed the revolution of the digital age. This included his participation in the mobile revolution being led by smart phones and mobile apps. His current company is www.YodioTours.com offering digital tours on the Android and iPhones. Anyone can create photo/audio presentations at his production site www.Yodio.com to be played via apps on Android and iPhones.

While living at 4503, Matt Conroy ’11, did a spring internship that included producing walking tours of UW’s Greek Row. You can view these tours and nearly three dozen other tours on the website and through the app. You can find the Android app by searching “Yodio” on the Android Market.

 

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Seattle Graduate Chapter honored with 2010 Brightman Graduate Chapter Award

Continuing a distinctive record for in the Fraternity of Phi Gamma Delta, the Seattle Graduate Chapter was honored to receive the 2010 Brightman Award for Outstanding Graduate Chapter with 75+ members.

Pictured below with the certificate are graduate members, Jack Rhodes ’61 and Clay Loges ’68.

Jack Rhodes '61, 2010 Brightman Graduate Chapter Award, Clay Loges '68
Jack Rhodes ’61, 2010 Brightman Graduate Chapter Award, Clay Loges ’68

2011 Pig Dinner

On the evening of November 4th, 2011 nearly 370 graduate and undergraduate Fijis gathered at Hagget Hall on the UW Campus to celebrate the annual Pig Dinner. By recent count, this was a record-breaking attendance for a Seattle Pig Dinner.

The Class of 2014 was introduced.
Scholarships were awarded
The Graduate Chapter delivered its annual report
The Undergraduate Chapter delivered its annual report
The Rogge Award winner was Pat Scott ’94

Below is a photo show of the Nov. 4th Pig Dinner.