Let me start off with asking how you are doing? I hope you and your family are healthy? The Chamber team is still hard at work from our homes, researching recovery plans, financial opportunities for you, sending letters to local, state and federal agencies advocating for additional funding, and creating webinars that will provide the extra tools you may need to get you through this economic pandemic. So let’s start with a powerful tool – this week’s webinar is “Dealing with S
Our thanks to Mayor Pauly for her quick response to our request to suspend bag fees and to Karl at QFC for bringing it to our attention. At the Chamber, we are the advocate for all local businesses and are always here to help. The City has suspended the paper bag fee requirement during the state of emergency to address hygiene concerns about using reusable bags. https://www.issaquahwa.gov/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=4279 For those of you that business is good, we are thankful that y
Hunkering down in our homes this week, most of us are also offering care, support and (at a distance,) kindness to neighbors up and down the street. But we can't forget that
Issaquah also consists of a diverse business community. Many of them are struggling to cope with current events. But there is a lot we can do to help them survive this challenge.
Our creativity and support will spell the difference between our favorite local businesses surviving this pandemic and closi