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The Board of Directors for the Puyallup/Sumner Chamber of Commerce started 2008 with only four goals and one of them was to strengthen the relationship between the Chamber and Sumner. As 2008 draws to a close, I am happy to take note of all the connections between the Chamber and Sumner that happened in November and December.
Buds and Blooms owner Lucas Christenson is looking for crafters to fill the nooks and crannies of his popular flower shop on the corner of Griffin Avenue and Porter Street in Enumclaw. He’s hoping to nestle their pieces between his large inventory of fresh flowers, tropical plants, European garden baskets, contemporary and traditional arrangements and silk and dried floral arrangements.
The goal behind the newly-built Becker Medical Building is to bring more specialists into the Enumclaw area and with owner Dr. Nancy Becker taking the lead and Cardio Consultants following, reality is taking shape.
Heidi Hines and Suzanne Sagiao are friends who share a common goal – “to introduce children and teens to the fine art of good manners.”
Gerry Horn and Bill Oliver are bringing the pizza chain Little Caesars back to Enumclaw in the same location it started nearly 20 years ago – the QFC Plaza.
With the wave in popularity of mixed martial arts, Jeff Hougland is finding there is quite a bit of interest in his Combat Sport and Fitness business.
There is a new enterprise rising in Buckley and its future is so bright it has to wear shades – or tinting.
Consumer: I’m planning on selling my car and considering consigning it to a dealer. Any suggestions for how to get a fair deal?