Archive of: Daily Biz Briefs

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City finally confirms Sonic coming to Kent

South Sound fans of Sonic Drive-In’s fast food will soon have a new, long-awaited option as the eatery’s Kent location has been confirmed by the City.

January 2018

Drilling incident leads to fine for Puyallup company

A Puyallup communications company owes a penalty for violating the state’s “Call Before You Dig” law, resulting in the puncture of a jet fuel pipeline, spilling thousands of gallons of fuel into Tacoma streets.

January 2018

Two Tacoma insurance firms announce merger

Berg Andonian, Inc., has acquired fellow Tacoma firm Rapport Benefits Group, merging a pair of longtime South Sound brokerages.

January 2018

Tacoma Motel 6 cited in state AG's consumer protection suit

South Tacoma’s Motel 6 location was one of six cited in a lawsuit by Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson, alleging that the hotel chain has been voluntarily providing guests' private information to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents.

January 2018

New MMA gym to open in south Tacoma

A five-lane bowling alley in south Tacoma has found new life as a mixed martial arts facility with the upcoming grand opening of Ludusport Academy and Gym.

January 2018

Olympia trucking company merges into national flatbed operation

Olympia trucking company Belmont Enterprises is now part of Smokey Point Distributing, according to a statement released by the Arlington, Wash., company this week.

January 2018

More moving to Washington, says relocation company

According to one of the nation’s leading movers, Washington continues to be a hot destination.

January 2018

Thurston EDC aims to help Lacey veterans start business

Are you a veteran looking to start your own business within Lacey’s city limits? If so, the City of Lacey and Thurston Economic Development Council want to give you a hand.

January 2018

Thurston Chamber to present State of the Community

Wednesday, Jan. 10, marks the Thurston Chamber’s annual State of the Community Address, where community officials will talk job growth, land management, water rights and other local issues.

January 2018

Study: WA remains near top for small biz job growth

National staffing firm Paychex announced the results of its December Small Business Employment Watch study today, showing Washington holding firm near the top of small business job growth.

January 2018
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