Auburn business named a finalist for regional award

Auburn's Canter-Berry Farms was among 21 finalists for the King County Executive's Small Business Awards.

Winners in seven categories will be announced at the third annual Small Business Awards program on Sept. 25, from 7:15 to 9:00 a.m., at the Meydenbauer Center in Bellevue.

King County Executive Dow Constantine – in partnership with award sponsors KeyBank, Microsoft Corporation, the Workforce Development Council of Seattle-King County, and the Economic Development Council of Seattle and King County – recently named the finalists.

The awards program recognizes small businesses throughout King County that best demonstrate innovation and excellence.

The nominees are:

Small Business of the Year finalists

• Keeney's Office Supply | Redmond
• Magnum Print Solutions | Seattle
• POP! Gourmet Popcorn Company LLC | Kent

Minority Small Business of the Year finalists

• Greater China USA | Bellevue
• Magellan Architects | Redmond
• TokuSaku Consulting | Seattle

Woman Small Business of the Year finalists

• Artitudes Design Inc. | Issaquah
• Equinox Business Law Group PLLC | Bellevue
• LPD Engineering, PLLC | Seattle

Exporting Small Business of the Year finalists

• Measurement Technology Northwest | Seattle
• Oppenheimer Camera Products | Seattle
• Pacific Valley Foods | Bellevue

Green/Sustainable Small Business of the Year finalists

• EWC Group, Inc. | Tukwila
• Full Circle Environmental Inc. | Seattle
• Green Canopy Homes | Seattle

Workforce Development Small Business of the Year finalists

• DRY Soda | Seattle
• Golden Steer Restaurant | Kent
• Ron Wright & Associates | Seattle

Rural Small Business of the Year finalists

• Canter-Berry Farms | Auburn
• Fox Hollow Family Farm | Issaquah
• Growing Things Farm | Carnation

Learn more and register online for the award ceremony:

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