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The Renton Chamber of Commerce presented its 2008 Business Excellence Awards on June 4, which included naming chamber board member Roxanne Hanson as its volunteer of the year.
Bob Bridge Toyota in Renton has won Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc.’s President’s Award for outstanding sales and service – now for the sixth time.
Many Renton residents were born at McLendon Hardware. Not now as the store that sells hammers and nails, but when it was Renton Hospital.
The largest Harley-Davidson store in the Northwest, measured by size, will open in south Renton next January, a key part of a destination retail area for those who like to feel the wind in their face.
When was the last time you played a tourist in your own city? For the past two years, I have had the best time doing just that by participating in the “Poker Tour” held in downtown Renton, in conjunction with our beloved Spring Festival sponsored by Piazza Renton. For those of you who haven’t been yet (shame on you!), the Spring Festival is a wonderful way to spend the day in the park, visiting vendors that provide handcrafted items such as jewelry, clothing and handmade goodies. The Spring Festival and Poker Tour are April 19 this year.
The Seattle-King County Association of Realtors® and industry professionals from several decades will mark the association’s centennial on April 17 at the Museum of Flight in Tukwila.
Red Robin will open is newest restaurant in the state – one of 33 – at The Landing on Monday.
• According to Washington Department of Ecology, compact fluorescent light bulbs use mercury vapor to create light, whereas incandescent bulbs heat a small wire until it glows hot, making light. About 90 percent of the energy produced by an incandescent bulb is wasted as heat.
The Renton Chamber of Commerce will honor 18 outstanding Renton-area businesses and name the winners of the Business Excellence Awards at an awards ceremony on Thursday, June 4.