Fortune Magazine has announced its Great Place to Work 2017 winners, and EWI Member Firm PrimeLending was listed in the top 20 for Best Places to Work for Women. Congratulations, PrimeLending!
On July 6, the Journal of Business named 10 up-and-coming Spokane-area business leaders as this year's rising stars.
EWI of Spokane Member firms Greater Spokane Incorporated, Northern Quest Casino, Kiemle & Hagood and Avista all had employees in the top 10.
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A number of attorneys with Spokane-based Winston & Cashatt Lawyers PS have been honored recently. C. Matt Andersen, Kevin J. Curtis, and Carl E. Hueber, of Spokane, have been named 2017 Super Lawyers by Super Lawyers magazine. Timothy R. Fischer, David P. Gardner, Collette C. Leland, and Elizabeth A. Tellessen, of Spokane, have been named Rising Stars by the magazine. Kenneth B. Howard, in Kootenai County, has been named a Super Lawyer for the Mountain States region.
EWI Member Firm Spokane Convention Center was honored to win an AGORA Award presented by fellow Member Firm, Greater Spokane Incorporated. Each year, AGORA Award nominees are judged by a panel of 16 judges – volunteers chosen from the regional business and nonprofit community. The Spokane Convention Center won in the Large Business category. Congratulations!
EWI Representative Jennifer Koenig and her colleague Dianne LaValley were both recognized for being top revenue producers worldwide for Robert Half International. The recognition was announced at a World Wide Chairman's celebration held in Las Vegas last month. Congratulations on your stellar performance, ladies!
Blessings Under the Bridge, The Isaac Foundation, Embrace Washington, and Free Rein Therapeutic Riding have received $5,000 each from Larry H. Miller Downtown Toyota Spokane and Toyota Motor Sales, USA Inc. The donations are a result of the Larry H. Miller Drive for Good, an annual program recognizing nonprofit organizations in Spokane. Organizations were picked following an online nomination and public voting. Thank you Larry H. Miller for your philanthropic efforts!
For the second time in the 100-year history of the Steam Plant, the building will be undergoing renovations that will bring new energy to downtown Spokane. The Stacks restaurant and brew pub located in the iconic building will be renovated and a new roof-top event center will be opened atop the structure linking the Seehorn Lang building and the Steam Plant. The two landmark stacks that light up the Spokane skyline will also undergo maintenance.
The renovations will include a redesigned kitchen to gain operational efficiencies and remodel of the dining area and brew pub. The...
The following are winners of the Spokane Regional MarCom Association's 2017 Spark Awards:
Dussault “Community Impact” Award
Eastern Washington University “Giving Joy Day” Campaign – Eastern Washington University and DH
The Blaze Award
“STA Proposition 1 Public Education Campaign” – Spokane Transit Authority and DH
Brightest Spark Awards
“It’s Your Story” Investment Services ads – STCU
“First5” radio ads – STCU
“Hobbes is Here Fur Good” – STCU
Audio/Visual, Presentation PPT (PPT, Video, Etc.)
Spokane-based Avista Utilities has received Edison Electric Institute's 2017 National Key Accounts Award for Outstanding Customer Services. The award is given to electric companies that provide superior service to national, multisite energy customers. Avista was one of eight recipients chosen by customers in a nationwide open-ballot process. Congratulations Avista!
Plese Printing and Marketing is a locally owned commercial printing company. The company employs nine fulltime employees and offers graphic design, high speed duplicating, digital color printing, offset printing, and direct mail marketing services. Kim described her proudest moment or biggest success as follows: I became vice president then president of the Board of Directors of the Boys and Girls Clubs at the same time I was going through a bitter divorce. Going through a divorce trial, raising two boys, running a business and working with a successful board of 32 members—and surviving—...