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BLOG: Pierce a good e-cigarette market

BLOG: Pierce a good e-cigarette market

In the last six months, about a half dozen stores selling electronic cigarettes have popped up in Pierce County, including Steampunk Vapory Lounge on St. Helens Ave. in Tacoma.

November 2013
Locals hunt for pickles, prizes

Locals hunt for pickles, prizes

If you’re looking for something to do today, there’s still time to join Tacoma’s second annual pickle hunt. The women behind the event, Lynnae Schneller and Aly Cullinane of Lynnae’s Gourmet Pickles, won’t pay your speeding tickets — but if you’re first to find their hidden pickle jars, you’ll win prizes worth $500 to $1,000.

November 2013
Auto students learn more than mechanics

Auto students learn more than mechanics

A lot has changed since Rob Anderson entered the auto industry about 20 years ago. That’s why students in the Pierce County Skills Center’s automotive program are learning about more than basic car mechanics.

November 2013

Small Business Saturday is growing

Small Business Saturday has become an important fixture on the business calendar for merchants and an increasing number are investing more money and providing additional incentives to reach customers.

November 2013

Young entrepreneurs compete at UPS

Student teams from five Puget Sound area universities will compete for prizes of up to $2,500 in the first Business Plan Competition organized by the Tacoma Entrepreneur Network.

November 2013

Heartland Express acquires Gordon Trucking

Heartland Express, Inc. announced today that it has acquired Gordon Trucking, Inc. of Pacific.

November 2013
UPS a ‘very important relationship’ for Russell

UPS a ‘very important relationship’ for Russell

With Russell Investments now settled in their Seattle headquarters after the move from Tacoma in 2010, the focus on staying connected to the South Puget Sound is still present — and part of that is staying connected to the University of Puget Sound.

November 2013
Wulffs find success in pet food biz

Wulffs find success in pet food biz

Being a one-stop-shop isn’t the key to success, or at least it hasn’t been for Mud Bay. Owners of the pet supply store learned this firsthand.

November 2013
WA Tourism Alliance seeks bigger budget

WA Tourism Alliance seeks bigger budget

If someone were traveling to the Northwestern U.S., chances are he’d choose to go to Montana over Washington.

November 2013

Weyerhaeuser trims home-building units

Weyerhaeuser Company today announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to shift its homebuilding subsidiary, Weyerhaeuser Real Estate Company, into a subsidiary of TRI Pointe Homes, Inc.

November 2013
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