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The Snoqualmie Valley Record’s 2018
SPOTLIGHT ON BUSINESS
Here in the Valley, residents need their local businesses just as much as the businesses need them. Whether you need groceries, a gift, or a garage door, it’s almost always faster and easier turn to your local businesses. It’s certainly more appreciated,. The businesses in this Valley are part of the foundation of your community, not just because they are staffed with locals who
worry about the same issues as you, but also because they, like you, chose to be here. They pay their fair share, if not more, of rising property taxes and licensing and permit fees and business taxes, to maintain a full crew on at the fire station, to keep police on patrol, to educate our children, and to improve and operate our streets and sewers. In our local businesses, their
whole purpose in setting up shop out here is to find ways to support their friends and neighbors — but not having to sit through an hour-long commute is probably a bonus. In this issue of our annual Spotlight on Business, we take a look at some of the ways that businesses are working to grow into an increasingly vital part of our this place we call home. Enjoy.
INSIDE: ‘Poised for growth’ along I-90.........12 City merchants want liaison.....13 Co-working on the Ridge................14
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‘Perfectly positioned’ for shoppers Growing Valley means growth for Premium Outlets shopping base By EVAN PAPPAS Staff Reporter
Located just off I-90 exit 31, the North Bend Premium Outlets has been one of the many business locations in the Snoqualmie Valley that captures both highway and local traffic. Ed Huebner, the general manager of the outlet mall for three years, has seen how the demographics of shoppers in North Bend have changed. Being so close to the highway exit, the outlet mall draws in most of its consumer base from people driving into or past North Bend, Huebner said. But as the Valley has grown he has seen an increase in the amount of local patronage to the mall as well. Several local businesses are now located in the mall, too, he said. “We are really going to put an emphasis on that,” he said. “We have clientele that’s here already that’s one we can rely on in their slower months, as opposed to someone coming in on a day trip. It’s something that is becoming more important to us.” It’s partially due to the growth the area is experiencing, but Huebner also gives credit to the development of programs put on by the city of North Bend and community organizations to draw people into the city, such as the annual Jazz Clubs NW events, the Jazz Walks in April and Blues Walks in September. As the general manager of the outlet mall, Huebner has been in charge of managing the 224,000 square-foot mall and its tenants for three years. He said that one of the biggest differences from a traditional indoor mall is the influx of summertime business. “We have such wonderful
weather from Memorial Day to Labor Day. Back to school runs into Labor Day and that really is the end of the summer, kids go back and traffic drops down a little bit,” he said. “North Bend has so many outdoor activities, being so close to the mountains, we get this influx of traffic in the summertime — we call it the drive market. Whether people are driving in from Seattle, coming out here to go to the Falls, Rattlesnake Lake, here we are perfectly positioned to be a stop on their day trip.” As with many other malls, weekend traffic is what drives the businesses, Huebner said. North Bend’s natural draw for people looking for recreation activities on the weekend allows the outlet mall to capture many of the people driving in. “That’s why the mall is here, because of the amount of people that come to this area organically, daily traffic is tens of thousands,” he said. In terms of trends over previous years, Huebner mentioned that the poor weather at the beginning of 2017 slowed down what was already a slow season for shoppers. He said the post-holiday winter season, including traffic from skiers, doesn’t bring as much traffic as the summer. Predictably, the holiday season is the biggest shopping season of the year. From Black Friday to Christmas, the mall gets the most shoppers of the year. However, Huebner said the stores also see an uptick in business the week between Christmas and New Year’s Day. “The biggest reason is gift cards,” he said. “All these people
Evan Pappas/Staff Photo
The North Bend Outlet mall has seen increasing number of local shoppers over the past year, reducing their reliance on traffic coming in off of I-90. with money in hand are still off of school, plus you have returns and exchanges… then we see a drop off again once school starts back up.” The slowdown in traffic, Huebner said is gradually being offset by local shoppers, who come during the weekdays throughout the year. The growth of the local shopper base has been one of the biggest changes in recent history for the outlet mall. When he first started as the general manger, Huebner saw that there was more growth on the horizon for the Valley “I came in at a great time, the Valley has been getting ready for an influx of people, that’s nothing but good here at the mall,” he said. “We can grow that local shopper base, that’s built-in traffic.”
North Bend Premium Outlets management stands in the mall. From left: Operations Director Mike Matava, General Manager Ed Huebner, and Office Administrator Dave Prior.
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Merchants await progress on creation of development liaison By EVAN PAPPAS Staff Reporter
With the start of a new year, Snoqualmie businesses are looking forward to the progress they can make individually and as a group. Efforts to organize local businesses and coordinate with the city on events throughout the year will be one of the big focuses for the first half of 2018. To achieve greater collaboration on events and promotion, the city is working to create new roles out of the events coordinator and economic development consultant contract position that was previously held by Leslie Billington. Part of the consultant’s responsibilities were helping to establish and coordinate the merchants groups in both historic downtown Snoqualmie and on the Ridge. While the downtown merchants group had consistent meetings and has now formed into a more formal group that aims to become a nonprofit organization, the Ridge merchants meetings ceased to be run. Anna Sotelo, owner of Ana’s Family Style Mexican Restaurant on the Ridge, said the merchants would like to reorganize and form a new group. She expressed
disappointment in the For now, Sotelo is communication between developing an online the city and the Ridge ordering service for merchants in the past her business and is also and wants to make sure working with other the city’s development of Ridge restaurants, a new position to be a including Aahaar liaison to the businesses Indian Eatery, Brunello is done right. Ristorante Italiano, and James Mayhew “They need to establish Infusion Bar and Grill, what is really needed to start delivering food to moving forward, try to the many offices around establish that and how the business park. that job would look,” The downtown she said. “We’d like to be Snoqualmie merchants reorganized… I would group was able to have like there to be a stronger consistent meetings merchant force.” throughout 2017 and A new economic Mike Seal has formed a board to development coordinator, to act further their goal of becoming as a liaison to the merchants in a non-profit organization and Snoqualmie, would be beneficial being able to coordinate events to both the downtown and Ridge, to help economic development she said. in the downtown area. “I’d like to see a friendly, Mike Seal, president of the supportive city staff member who downtown merchants board and could help organize the different owner of Sigillo Cellars, said the events and could organize group is working to become a merchants meetings with the part of Main Street America, a agenda we are looking for and national organization that helps could be a liaison in the city for with the economic development different things, to be that mouth of historic downtowns. and ear for us,” she said. “I’m eager Seal said the group is also to represent the merchants and working to get new signage in help the city in what I can, without place that would help direct camaraderie we wont get anything traffic from tourists going to accomplished.” the Snoqualmie Falls into the
“We’ve tried to work with the city council on some signage issues that we think would benefit the downtown merchants because the signage on the freeway directs through the freeway to the falls, there is a tiny sign to head right for downtown.” — Mike Seal, President, downtown merchants board
downtown core. “We’ve tried to work with the city council on some signage issues that we think would benefit the downtown merchants because the signage on the freeway directs through the freeway to the falls, there is a tiny sign to head right for downtown,” he said. The lack of a city liaison is also affecting the downtown merchants. Seal said that without a representative for city events, the group must take up some that work on their own. “The goal is to continue with a lot of the events that we did, however with (the consultant) gone and not having a specific role, we need to prioritize what events are going to be good for us,” he said. City councilmember James
Mayhew said that in the development of a new position, or multiple positions that break up the responsibilities of the previous consultant, merchant interaction is a very important element. While there is currently a sense of urgency to the process to make sure none of the city events are dropped, Mayhew also said there is urgency needed for merchant interaction as well. The city, he said, needs to “help them coordinate with each other and do things that are mutually beneficial to them as merchant groups, and then also hear from them as a group on things that are important that the city might be able to focus on to help,” he said. “Keeping that dialogue moving and improving… we are really trying to get this right.”
Community Information day returns to Fall City on March 10 Fall City organizations will gather at the Fall City Library on Saturday, March 10, for the second annual Community Information Event. The open-house style event runs from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and is organized by the Fall City Community Association. All Fall City-area residents are welcome at this event showcasing the dozens of clubs, organizations, interest groups and community services available to residents of
Fall City. This is a casual, comeas- you-are style event; stay 15 minutes or all afternoon. Macaroni and cheese will be provided courtesy of the Fall City Roadhouse, and all community booths are encouraged to present games. Residents will have an opportunity to meet representatives from King County, SnoValley Transportation, Fall City Parks, the Fall City Historical Society,
Fall City Arts, the King County Fire District, The Raging River Conservation Group, Encompass and many more organizations. The Fall City Community Association plans to invite dozens of service organizations to attend and their booths will be placed throughout the library. The purpose of this free event is to help residents connect with dozens of services and interest groups they might not even
know are available. This is also an opportunity for like-minded individuals to meet each other, join organizations or just make new friends. The idea for the day was inspired by Leadership Eastside, a local, non-profit organization dedicated to building stronger, connected communities. Over the course of several months in 2015, volunteers from Leadership Eastside hosted workshops and gathered
information about the needs of Fall City residents. Leadership Eastside then presented their findings to the FCCA, recommending a variety of ways to help residents become more knowledgeable and engaged in the community. In 2017, at least 20 service groups were represented at the Community Information event and around 200 visitors attended. For more information, visit www.fallcity.org.
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Co-working space opens in Snoqualmie Ridge By EVAN PAPPAS Staff Reporter
Residents of the Valley who run a small business or work from home have a new opportunity to work from a professional space in Snoqualmie. Founded by 13-year Snoqualmie residents Christine and Allyn Wilcock, Snoqualmie Ridge Office Suites offers a co-working office space to Valley residents. Christine Wilcock said the co-working space came about when they were looking for a location to base their own business from, once they realized they could no longer work at home. They run Advance Anesthesia Services, an anesthesia staffing company that works with hospitals and clinics to provide the services of certified registered nurse anesthetists (CRNAs). When they found an open location in the Snoqualmie Ridge business park, they bought the
unit and decided to turn the extra space into small individual offices and to offer a co-working space for others like them. “We really just wanted a space for us, but there was nothing available toward places in Bellevue, the commute was just really difficult for us to want to do,” she said. By opening their working space to be available to others, they hope to promote the small business community of Snoqualmie. Since opening earlier this month, they have already welcomed their first co-working customer. “There are a lot of people you see at Starbucks who have online business and just need a desk,” Christine said. “This is going to be so much better to have those kinds of people who need no distraction.” In addition to co-working spaces and private offices, the Wilcocks also provide a mail and address service so business
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Christine and Allyn Wilcock, owners of Advance Anesthesia Services, have opened Snoqualmie Ridge Office Suites, a co-working space aimed at small-business owners in the Valley. owners can keep their personal home addresses separate from their work addresses. Allyn said they are also planning on holding business development workshops in the future.
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2018 SPOTLIGHT ON BUSINESS SNOVALLEY VELO CLUB
Sharon Hockenbury, the owner of Twin Peaks Nutrition and Wellness offers decades of expertise guiding trusted supplement and wholeness choices.Services provided at the Wellness center include Quality Supplements, Energy medicine, Bodywork, fitness classes, Ionized Alkaline Water, and consultations to facilitate optimization of wellbeing in Body, mind, and spirit.
SnoValley VeloClub (SVVC) is the valley’s local cycling club, dedicated to community, adventure, fitness and safety, comprised of cyclists of all types and interests. Besides idyllic country road riding, we have the best gravel around for adventure riding, plus members who race road, mtb and cx to various levels.
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2018 SPOTLIGHT ON BUSINESS Celebrating 15 Years in Business in the Snoqualmie Valley!
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