Friday, May 31, 2013


Daily Biz Briefs

Today’s Top Headlines:
Carlile joins Saltchuck, Tote family
New Sound Transit campaign promotes “shop and explore local”
Harbor waterfront upgrades to be UWT student-designed
Centralia farm and energy park expanding
Around the Sound

Carlile joins Saltchuck, Tote family

Carlile Transportation Systems, one of the largest trucking and logistics companies in Alaska, has been acquired by Seattle-based Saltchuk Resources. [Read more]

New Sound Transit campaign promotes “shop and explore local”

Pacific Continental Bank - Business Mentor. Who says we can't be more than a bank?Today Sound Transit kicks off a new campaign to promote light rail along points hosting summer activities. [Read more]

Harbor waterfront upgrades to be UWT student-designed

The Gig Harbor Downtown Waterfront Alliance is partnering with the University of Washington to review the buildings and other physical aspects of downtown to find out where improvements can be made to enhance tourism and business there. [Read more]

Centralia farm and energy park expanding

Growing Places Farm and Energy Park is moving operations in Centralia, as well as opening a second site in Chehalis. [Read more]

Around the Sound

The top business events and activities throughout the South Sound. [Read more]

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