Archive of: Hospitality

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Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays

May you and ours thoroughly enjoy the blessings of this holiday season.

December 2017

Thurston ‘Boss of Year’ honorees named

The annual program to identify outstanding managers in Thurston County has selected three individuals to be honored in mid-December. Included are a long-time non-profit CEO, golf club manager and high-profile attorney.

November 2017

Accolades to Gig Harbor waterfront

A combination of new public parks improvements, activities for visitors and residents, plus investments by private sector businesses has netted a statewide recognition for downtown Gig Harbor.

September 2017

Heritage growing in Tumwater & Gig Harbor

From its first opening in Gig Harbor five years ago, Heritage Distilling is rapidly growing around western Washington and in Oregon. There is more expansion coming near the original location, too.

September 2017

40/40: Returns from work, distilling success

Running toward success the story of one "40 Under Forty" honoree and finding it relatively early in a career describes another. Both stories are included in today's profile of 2017 honorees.

September 2017

Food trucks headed to downtown Kent

Downtown Kent folks will have some new lunch options starting next Wednesday, as various food trucks gather to test the market for their offerings.

September 2017

Exports down, car sales up, per tax report

The monthly report of Washington state tax collections includes a snapshot of the overall economic activity. Most signs remain positive in the most recent release this week.

September 2017

NACE South Sound wins ‘kudos’

Local catering and events specialists are award-winners in their national trade association meeting.

July 2017

Sunshine will bake the weekend ‘Taste’

An outdoor food and beverage festival this weekend in Tacoma's Point Defiance park will likely bring thousands of visitors, considering the warm, sunny weather.

June 2017

What’s dollar value of ‘Arts/Culture’?

An arts advocacy economic analysis suggests that spending for culture and the arts in Tacoma is worth more than $137 million annually.

June 2017
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