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Safeway will use funds raised in April for a campaign focusing on people with disabilities. Through a partnership with Easter Seals and Special Olympics, the company said it will raise millions of dollars this year to fund critical regional rehabilitation services and autism programs, provide job training grants, and adopt athletes so they can participate in Special Olympics games throughout the country.
For many executives looking to start their business, Bellevue has served as the ideal launch pad.
When Amie Brenner and husband, Kevin, decided to go to Hawaii last year, their biggest fear was how they would manage all the luggage through the airport - along with their three little ones.
Steve Carver has joined Baldwin Resource Group as an account executive in its Insurance Division.
Five members of Realty Executives in Bellevue recently have won the Executive Club and 100% award by Realty Executives International.
Scott Bedbury, marketing guru and author of “A New Brand World,” will keynote the Bellevue Chamber Eastside Business Awards luncheon on May 15. Bedbury has developed some of the world’s most popular and dynamic brands, helping make “Just Do It” part of the global lexicon and tall lattes a part of everyday life for millions.
John L. Scott Real Estate has been ranked the eighth most productive real estate company in the nation based on 2007 sales volume.
Craig Macdonald has recently founded Corporate Strategies Search, an executive search and human resources consulting services.
Five Eastside organizations were singled out for Eastside Business Awards on Thursday by the Bellevue Chamber of Commerce.
Area Whole Foods Markets, including Bellevue, have launched the FEED 100 program to help provide nutritious meals for school children.
Jeff Welsh has been named Design Director at GA Creative, a graphic design and marketing firm in Bellevue.
A year and a half ago, Gerding Edlen Development Co. began the demolition of the old Puget Sound Energy headquarters to make way for the twin condominium tower project known as the Bellevue Towers. The Portland firm relocated Scott Eaton to work out of their new Bellevue-based sales office to oversee the eco-friendly towers come to fruition.
GIS International Group, developer of the one-home-per-floor European Tower project, is holding off groundbreaking plans for its 16-story exclusive high-rise tower in downtown Bellevue in anticipation of bringing the project to market in a better economic climate.
Bellevue Goodwill’s Job Training and Education Center, located at 14515 NE 20th Street, is enrolling people in free classes for the summer session, which runs from May 27 to July 17. The courses teach people with significant barriers to employment skills needed to find and keep jobs.
Len’s Automotive in Bellevue has won the AAA Top Shop award, which evaluates the quality of repair work, courtesy of employees, and the shop cleanliness of each AAA Approved Auto Repair facility in Washington and northern Idaho.
Bellevue Towers will bring three new restaurants to downtown Bellevue.
Area businesses with exceptional recycling programs are encouraged to see how they rate against other businesses by participating in King County’s 2008 “Best Workplaces for Recycling” event.
Hairacy Headquarters - one of the last small hair salons left in downtown Bellevue - closed its doors Tuesday, April 14 after 36 years in business.
For nearly three decades, Topline, the parent company of REPORT Footwear has steadily built a name for itself by producing fashion-forward shoes. Recently, the company’s headquarters underwent a major interior remodel producing a now equally fashionable design studio.