Mattress manufacturer Sealy, which announced last week that it was relocating its Portland factory to Lacey, is set to open here in April.
Thurston Energy, a program of the Thurston County Economic Development Council (EDC) has a service to help homeowners identify their home’s energy performance and then offer cost-effective and often do-it-yourself solutions to reduce heating costs and make the home more comfortable to live it.
The Cluster Study was completed for the five counties of, Grays Harbor, Lewis, Mason, Pacific and Thurston, all located within the Pacific Mountain Workforce Development Area.
ThurstonTalk recently caught up with four small business owners: Amy Evans of Bon Lemon, Amanda Beers of Sweet Charley B’s Cupcakery, Dan Jones of ThurstonTalk and Tom and Celia Husmann of Olympia Local Foods, to talk about what it is like doing business in Thurston County, the entrepreneurial experience, and the secret of their success. What they learned is that small businesses are thriving here, the entrepreneurial spirit is alive and well, and that there are many paths to success. Take a look…
In conjunction with the business-building activities of the Thurston Chamber Showcase, the forum focused on regional government contracting opportunities.
“Hometown is more than just a name. It embodies the way we do business,” said Andrew Barkis, owner of Hometown Property Management.
This core business philosophy is as strong as ever following rigorous yearly business evaluations and retreats held by Barkis and the Hometown Property Management Team.
“Coming Soon. Valley Freightliner” says the sign just off the newly redesigned Maytown exit. As we welcome in the New Year, we will also be welcoming a new truck dealership to Thurston County.
Valley Freightliner, Inc. (VFI) is a full-service Freightliner brand dealer. Freightliner Trucks, headquartered in Portland Oregon, is the largest manufacturer of medium and heavy duty trucks in North America.