Thurston Chamber Forum – July 12, 2017

At the July 12, 2017 Thurston Chamber of Commerce Forum Luncheon Doug Mah describes the role of Chamber members and community partners working together to shape effective public policy. Mah’s expertise includes 23 years in state government, and 10 years on the Olympia City Council including 3 years as Mayor. He now works with the…

Print NW Adapts to a Changing Market

Print NW Adapts to a Changing Market By Natasha Ashenhurst. This story was originally published in theApril 2017 VOICE Magazine Political races provide good business for printers. Last fall—leading up to the November election—Print NW, located in Lakewood with a Biz Hub in Lacey, printed, addressed and mailed over 7 million postcards, letters and brochures.…

Concrete Recyclers is Closing the Loop

Concrete Recyclers is Closing the Loop By Natasha Ashenhurst, this story was originally printed in the April 2017 VOICE Magazine, published by the Thurston County Chamber.  In 2001, the Nisqually earthquake damaged Olympia’s Fourth Avenue Bridge beyond repair. The City demolished the bridge and replaced it, but what happened to the 12,000 tons of concrete…