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The Issaquah Chamber of Commerce crowned its new royal family at the chamber's annual gala dinner on Thursday night.
After two months in the state, and two weeks in the Chamber, new Chief Executive Officer Matthew Bott is fitting in just fine; he likes to run and fish, and he and his wife are even teaching their 3-year-old son to snowboard.
According to the new administrator of Issaquah Nursing and Rehabilitation, Lisa Stubenrauch, a shortage of registered nurses is threatening the future of the health care industry.
A new tequila that hit Washington State Liquor Store shelves in December is a lot more than just a good time.
Buzz. Whir. Snip, snip.
Santa and one of his reindeer left the sleigh at home for this undercover endeavor, and went to check in with local shopkeepers and business owners to see who is ready for the holiday season.
Eastside home repair and remodeling company Shirey Handyman Service announced the addition of Rupasi Young as the company’s finance and office manager. Young brings with her nearly 10 years of finance and accounting experience.
Issaquah will host the Washington State Sister Cities Conference from 8:45 a.m. to 3 p.m. Nov. 1 at Tibbetts Creek Manor. The conference purpose is to bring together participants from Sister City programs throughout the state.
From helping drive Nike’s “Just Do It” campaign to assisting with the redesign and growth of Starbucks stores internationally, Sammamish resident Scott Bedbury has been involved in some of the most successful brand development strategies worldwide. Sammamish chamber residents had the chance to hear from Bedbury firsthand at last week’s luncheon, when he talked a bit about his book, “A New Brand World,” and gave tips to owners and employees of local businesses.
The Sammamish Chamber is offering a series of seminars called “5 Essentials to Business Success” between Oct. 8 and Nov. 5 featuring local and national experts. The seminars are $50 each or $75 each for non-members; or $225 for the series ($337.50 for non-members). The average value per session is $199. To read more or sign up, visit www.sammamishchamber.org.
Issaquah resident Bruce Huskinson will be residential sales manager for D Square Energy Systems Inc., the largest independent distributor of stand-by generator systems in the Pacific Northwest, the company recently announced.
King County Emergency Response Zone One and the State Homeland Security Preparedness Grant program is hosting a series of free, three-hour workshops to help small businesses prepare for a major crisis or disaster.
Chamber CEO leaves; Xeriton names Brad Furber CEO
Issaquah Chevrolet has been sold, according to a recent press release. The dealership was sold to David Broadus, Erik Paulson and Tom Paulson, and will be renamed Michael's Chevrolet of Issaquah.
New owners have purchased the long-standing Sammamish institution The Mail Post, former owners Bob and Elaine Adams said Wednesday.
Put simply, Harvey and Corrinn Waldron and their family are in the business of helping people make good memories.
Take one step into Issaquah’s TAJ Collision Center and the importance of family is abundantly clear. Nearly 60 years of history in the automotive industry proudly adorns the walls in form of photos, drawings and newspaper clippings.
Issaquah-based RE/MAX agent Jeff Schwartz recently completed a specialized course in customer service referral-based business, a press release stated.
Richard S. Symms, who recently celebrated his 40th anniversary with Rowley Properties Inc, has officially been with the company since April Fools’ Day, 1968. No joke.
Area businesses with exceptional recycling programs are encouraged to see how they rate against other businesses by participating in King County’s 2008 “Best Workplaces for Recycling” event.