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Jul 05

Erica Dial

In April, the Chamber Ambassadors visited Nutty Squirrel Gelato. To learn more about their visit and what Nutty Squirrel is all about, click on the link and read more! read more

Jun 23

Erica Dial

The Chamber recently took on a project to produce a map of Black Diamond that could be shared with visitors and residents and highlights the fun activities, places and businesses that are in the area. Please take a moment to check it out! read more

Jun 23

Erica Dial

March kicked off the new Ambassador program called Diamond Review. The Diamond Review was designed to highlight members at each luncheon. Ambassadors will go and visit a business and get a tour from the owner and find out more about their product or service. Then the owner is invited to the next luncheon to receive a certificate and be recognized. Ambassadors will give a brief report to the luncheon guests about the business. Our first Ambassador Diamond Review was held at Covington Copy It Mail It. To read more about what Covington Copy It and Mail It can provide your business, click on this article. read more

Jun 16

Erica Dial

Do you want to promote your business by having your logo on 150 golf balls? Then the Mulligan Package Sponsorship ($500) is for you!! Mulligan packages are purchased by players that give them advantages during play and include 2 golf balls (with your company's LOGO) that can be used anytime a player believes they can improve their shot or putt. Basically, they get a "do over" using your ball! Contact Karen or Erica at the Chamber if you are interested! 425.432.0222 read more

Jun 15

Erica Dial

Our guest speak will be Ryan Tomasich from Boeing. He will be giving us a front seat look at what things are happening now and planned right over the horizon. Rob Morrow, Superintendent of the Tahoma School District will also be giving the group an update on the all the new changes happening in the District next school year! Catering is by Stockton's. We hope to see you there! read more


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