Business Buzz

May 20, 2014

By Staff

Business Buzz

Business Buzz

New dental group opens in Issaquah Highlands

The Issaquah Highlands Dental Group has opened.

Issaquah Highlands Dental Group, a Smile Generation-trusted office, is equipped with advanced technologies including online registration, digital X-rays and CEREC CAD/CAM dentistry. The use of this technology affords patients high-quality dental care and convenience.

The office utilizes only digital X-rays, which are safer for patients due to 90 percent lower radiation exposure as compared with traditional X-rays.

With the use of CEREC CAD/CAM dentistry, patients no longer have to worry about messy impressions and scheduling multiple trips to the dentist in order to have a crown molded.

For every CEREC CAD/CAM completed at Issaquah Highlands Dental Group, a donation will be made to charity:water, a nonprofit organization bringing clean, safe drinking water to people in developing countries.

The dental office is at 1416 Highlands Drive N.E., Suite 120.

Learn more or schedule an appointment here, or call 557-9000.

 

EPA honors Issaquah company for air quality

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has honored Issaquah company Tribal Healthy Homes Northwest as one of nine recipients of its 2014 Clean Air Excellence Awards.

The Issaquah-based business was recognized for its efforts to improve tribal indoor air quality.

Tribal Healthy Homes Northwest works to share solutions for healthy, sustainable housing within the tribal community.

The awards program, established in 2000, honors individuals and organizations that have the courage to innovate, serve as pioneers in their fields, advance public understanding of air pollution and improve air quality.

Learn more about the company here.

 

Friends of Youth   presents Comcast with Friend to Friends Award


Friends of Youth presented Comcast with its first ever Friend to Friends award at its Celebration of Youth luncheon.

Comcast, the signature sponsor for this year’s luncheon, has donated more than $100,000 in phone, data and cable services to Friends of Youth in the past three years. Comcast employees Gary Maisel and Janet Turpen also volunteer as Friends of Youth board members.

After accepting the award, Len Rozek, Comcast senior vice president of the Washington region, announced Comcast would donate a $25,000 mobile computer lab to Friends of Youth. The computer lab will provide specialized employment workshops for youth in Friends of Youth’s housing programs, focusing on résumé writing, job hunting, computer literacy and job readiness skills.

With more than 60 years of experience, national accreditation and 20 program sites, including one in Issaquah at 414 Front St. N., Friends of Youth provides safe places to live and emotional support for youths and families in challenging circumstances. Each year, Friends of Youth provides support to more than 4,800 youths and young adults.

Learn more here.

 

Real estate brokerage opens new office

Spence Real Estate, PC, opened its doors March 11 to provide sellers and buyers with comprehensive real estate services.

Jennifer and Jerry Spence, longtime Sammamish residents, founded the company based on a customer-centric business model designed to deliver effective solutions and personalized attention to its client base.

By combining experience from land development, single-family construction, property management and sales, the company can help clients achieve their individual goals and objectives throughout the ownership and sales process.

The business exclusively focuses on individual customers throughout the selling and buying process.

Spence Real Estate is at 4013 E. Lake Sammamish Shore Lane S.E.

Learn more here, email Jennifer@spencerealestate.net or call 647-9007.

 

Macaroni Kid celebrates fifth anniversary

Snoqualmie Valley-Issaquah Macaroni Kid has celebrated its fifth anniversary.

Macaroni Kid, started in April 2009, provides families in the Snoqualmie Valley, Issaquah and Sammamish areas a comprehensive listing of family-friendly events.

To celebrate, Snoqualmie Valley-Issaquah Macaroni Kid will give away a one-night stay at Suncadia to one subscriber. It will also have a Mother’s Week of giveaways, a Daddy & Me photo contest around Father’s Day, and an extensive Summer Camp Guide that runs every week until July.

Snoqualmie Valley-Issaquah Macaroni Kid is the result of moms Diana Reul-Shapiro, from Snoqualmie, and Dana Verhoff, from Fall City. With nearly 5,000 weekly subscribers, they reach parents in Snoqualmie, North Bend, Issaquah, Sammamish, Fall City and beyond. Macaroni Kid offers informative articles about parenting, education, product reviews, crafts, recipes and more.

Sign up or learn more here.

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