If so, Chelan County PUD would like to here it. The Chelan County PUD is developing a strategic plan for their fiber network. Below is a link to leave comments about how to save money on car repairs the network. Please hurry, they will be closing this portion of the process sh
Exploring Exporting – The World is Waiting Seminar, a
by WSDA, Export Finance Assistance Center of Washington and the Western U.S. Agricultural Trade Association (WUSATA), will be presented March 21st in Seattl
Matt Tripodi, Government and Trade Relations Manager of Euromonitor International will keynote the event, discussing why agricultural exports will be a bright spot for 2012 and highlighting global trends for food and agricultural products. Companies will also learn more about introductory and financial services available to help them explore, enter and expand their business internationally.
Pre-registration for this free event is required and must be submitted by March 16, 2012. If you have questions or would like to participate, please contact Cameron Crump at email@example.com or 360-902-1940.
SeaPort Airlines will begin serving Pangborn Memorial Airport with service to Yakima and Portland on March 1. Here is an earlier post announcing the new service: http://www.wenatchee.org/the-chamber-guy-blog/seaport-airlines-to-serve-pangborn/
SeaPort has launched a special four-day fare sale network-wide that ends midnight January 30th. Fares range from $19 to $89 for travel from March 1 through May 15, 2012 and are subject to availability. Here is your chance to try out the new service to Portland at the great price of $49 one way!
To take advantage of the
sale, go to www.SeaPortAirlines.com or call 888-573-2767 and use the promo code SPRING.
The start of a new year is always a time to reflect on the year past, look forward to the year ahead, and resolve to make a few changes. If one
of your goals for 2012 is to get more organized, Lemongrass Natural
Foods and Numerica Credit Union are sponsoring a great way to get started.
On January 19th from 4 to 5 p.m., a truck will be at the Lemongrass parking lot, 1052 Springwater Street in Wenatchee, to shred your old records. Let’s face it, the paperless office has yet to arrive so disposal of old records that may have important financial data, social security numbers or other personal information of employees and customers, or other private data, can be challenge. This opportunity solves that problem, and at no or a very reasonable cost.
If you are a Numerica member, their is no cost. If not, the rates are very affordable. You can contact Natalie at Lemongrass for more information.