Local business Issaquah Trophy & Awards has donated a portion of its sales for the fourth quarter of 2009 to…
Anyone who has started a new business knows how tough it is to make ends meet early on.
Not daunted by the challenge or the tough economic times, two young entrepreneurs in Sammamish are putting aside profits in the name of helping out those who need assistance this holiday season.
As a young boy growing up in the small town of San Cayetano, in the province of Jalisco, Mexico, Agave Restaurant owner Julian Ramos was at the very heart of a proud and famous Tequila tradition.
The Goodfellas Sandwich Shop in Bellevue is again raising presents for the Issaquah Food and Clothing Bank through their now famous Giving Tree. Steve Sanelli and his family have put up a giving tree in their deli in the Pacific Corp. building on 13555 S.E. 36th St.
It has only been in recent months that the term “green collar industry” has made its way into the American parlance, partly as a result of the federal and state government efforts to build a new industry that is more environmentally and fiscally viable than those currently in crisis.
With constant rain increasing the threat of a repeat of the flooding which damaged businesses and residences in Issaquah last winter, the King County Office of Emergency Management will host a workshop to help protect businesses’ employees, assets and property, and reduce their risk.
In the past two years, the City of Issaquah’s Lodging Tax Advisory Committee (LTAC) has invested $40,000 in a new tourism web site, discoveroutsideseattle.com, which features a number of cities clustered around Interstate 90 and State Route 202, east of Seattle.
More than 80 Issaquah business and community members gathered at a Nov. 17 luncheon of the Greater Issaquah Chamber of Commerce to launch the “Shop Issaquah” program, which organizers hope will help support the local economy and promote Issaquah businesses.