5 Things: August 18, 2020
1. 425 Magazine's Women to Watch
Thursday, September 17 | 7:00 - 9:00 pm
Join our Media Partner 425 Magazine on September 17th for an amazing evening of smart, successful, savvy women. You won’t want to miss this exclusive opportunity to learn from leaders about embracing strengths, making your own success, and transforming the way you live!
2. Economic Forecast Summit
Save the Date
November 17 | 7:00 - 9:00 am
Peer into the economic year ahead with industry experts and hear from featured speaker Joe Quinlan, the engaging and widely-celebrated economist and Chief Market Analyst for Bank of America.
This year’s program will be hosted virtually and feature breakout sessions for industry-specific conversations. Now is your chance to vote for the industry you're most interested in hearing from.
3. Flying Safe
Last Thursday, the Port of Seattle, Alaska Airlines and Delta Air Lines representatives provided the Chamber staff an insiders’ view of the specific steps that each one is making to ensure the safety of travelers at Sea-Tac International Airport as well as on their flights. The #FlyHealthySEA campaign has specific protocols including face coverings, 6 feet physical distancing, plastic shields at counters as well as sanitizer availability. There is additional signage and visuals around the airport helping remind travelers of the important steps to take as they maneuver around the familiar walkways of the terminals.
Alaska Airlines’, Next-Level Care, has staff incorporating many cleaning and protective steps that are ensuring a safe travel for their customers. Delta Air Lines representatives explained the DeltaCare Standard procedures used at every step of the travelers’ experience throughout the Delta Air Lines Worldwide system.
4. Kirkland Place Ribbon Cutting
Wednesday, August 19| 9:00 am
The New Bethlehem Project, The Sophia Way, and Salt House will be hosting a livestream event to celebrate the community working together to make the shelter a reality. The livestream will include a tour of the shelter and appearances by Kirkland Mayor Penny Sweet and King County Council Chair Claudia Balducci.
5. PCC Now Open in Bellevue
PCC's new Bellevue location opened August 12th at 11615 NE 4th Street. The store features a full-service meat and seafood counter, locally sourced craft spirits, a full-service cheese counter, bakery, and pizzeria. It’s the perfect stop, whether you’re looking to stock your cabinets with affordable, organic pantry staples, or just need a quick, scratch-made lunch.