Chamber members win awards for excellence
December 1, 2009
Rogue wins world’s best pale aleRogue Ales’ dry-hopped Saint Rogue Red, featured at the Rogue Issaquah Brewhouse, was named World’s Best Pale Ale at the World Beer Awards in London this year.
This award comes after the firm’s famous ale was awarded a Goal Medal at the 2008 Great American Beer Festival.
Evergreen Ford wins President’s Award
This summer, Issaquah’s Evergreen Ford received the President’s Award from Ford Motor Co., for outstanding customer relations, marketplace representation and superior customer service.
Shirey Contracting owner named Remodeling Advocate of the Year
Donna Shirey, owner of Shirey Contracting Inc., was named the remodeling advocate of the year by the National Association of Home Builders.
The award honors individuals who promote green initiatives, and advance sustainability in building and development strategies in their community.
Tutta Bella wins Hot Concept Award
Tutta Bella, serving authentic Neapolitan pizza in four locations, including its new Issaquah location, was awarded with the Hot Concept Award by the Nation’s Restaurant News publication.
The award recognizes the entrepreneurial spirit of the foodservice industry and honors Tutta Bella for its innovation and high quality products and service.
Rowley Properties Inc. recognized for recycling and community giving
King County’s Solid Waste Division has named Rowley Properties Inc. to the third-annual Best Workplaces for Recycling & Waste Reduction.
The firm is being recognized for strong internal recycling programs and for its commitment to waste reduction.
Secretary of State Sam Reed has announced that Rowley Properties Inc. is receiving the 2009 Corporations for Communities Honorable Mention, honoring the company for its extraordinary community involvement efforts.