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General Manager

Local Address: Wilsonville, Oregon, United States
Family Fun Center
7300 Fun Center Way
Tukwila , Washington 98188
United States

Company Description: There’s something for everyone at Family Fun Center & Bullwinkle’s Restaurant! With locations near Portland, OR and Seattle, WA, Family Fun Center &...   more

Employment History

  • General Manager
    Wilsonville Family Fun Center & Bullwinkle's Restaurant
  • Manager of Family Fun Center
  • General Manager
    Wilsonville Family Fun Center
  • One Member
    Washington County Board of Commissioners

Board Memberships and Affiliations

17 Total References
Web References
WCVA Board of Directors / About the WCVA / WCVA Industry / Home - Washington County, Oregon Activities: Golf, Shopping, Wineries, Wilderness and more, 28 Feb 2015 [cached]
Darren Harmon, Family Fun Center & Bullwinkle's Restaurant, Wilsonville
One member of the Washington County Board of Commissioners
Wilsonville Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, 12 Aug 2014 [cached]
Darren Harmon, Wilsonville Area Chamber of Commerce 2012 Vice President
Darren Harmon, Family Fun Center & Bullwinkle's Restaurant, 2014 President Darren Harmon, manager of Bullwinkle's Family Fun Center, joined the Wilsonville Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors because he believes business in the city of Wilsonville is critical to the region. Harmon has been instrumental in raising the Chamber's profile in regional tourism initiatives.
Darren Harmon, General ..., 3 Sept 2012 [cached]
Darren Harmon, General Manager, Family Fun Center & Bullwinkle's Restaurant, Wilsonville
One member of the Washington County Board of Commissioners
Untitled Document, 7 Nov 2011 [cached]
Darren Harmon, Director Family Fun Center
Darren Harmon, general ..., 3 Dec 2009 [cached]
Darren Harmon, general manager of Family Fun Center, is stymied over a challenge from the Development Review Board to prove his sign is "attractive and functional." How exactly do you prove a sign is attractive and functional?
That's the question Darren Harmon, general manager of the Family Fun Center and Bullwinkle's Restaurant, has to answer if he wants to keep his current signs.
Despite having new signage installed more than two years ago, Harmon found himself in front of the Development Review Board Panel B last week trying to justify a move he thought was perfectly legal.
"I got a call from the city back in April and it was the first I heard that my signs weren't up to code," Harmon said last week, after going over plans for new features at his park. "We thought everything was OK, until they called."
Two years ago, Harmon hired Lumini te Signs to put up more than $19,000 in new signs. He hired the Wilsonville-based company because it had done good work for other businesses around the state. Harmon said the owner of the locally-owned sign business told him he had all the required permits to put up the new signs. However, according to city records, that paperwork never was filed.
The phone to Luminite Signs has been disconnected. It is listed on the Better Business Bureau Web site with one unresolved issue and is not accredited with the organization.
Simple maintenance "Basically I was having a light bulb changed on the sign and that is what brought all this about," Harmon said.
"I make no excuses," Harmon said.
The conditions include language that require Harmon to take down the baseball pennants and remove all the exposed neon from both the large sign along the interstate and on the side of the building.
In the staff's opinion, they felt Harmon didn't prove either.
Harmon said he will have to cut the poles to lower the sign, which would cost approximately $3,500. He'll then need to spend another $2,500 to remove all the neon. But, he said, his main sign cannot be seen from Town Center Loop.
DRB member Andrew Karr made a motion last week, telling Harmon that if he can give more evidence that his signs are attractive and functional, the DRB will approve his sign at its January meeting. Harmon remains confused about what to do.
"I have tried to figure out what they are after, and I guess I just need to look at all the other signs in town and tell them what I find," he said after the meeting.
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