Four Auburn businesses in the running for King County Executive’s Small Business Awards

  • Tuesday, September 17, 2019 12:09pm
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Four Auburn businesses are finalists for King County Executive Dow Constantine’s Small Business Awards for 2019.

Constantine, who created the award in 2009 to recognize the achievements and accomplishments of small businesses throughout the county, recently named the Auburn businesses as follows:

• Impact Bioenergy Inc., Exporting Small Business of the Year;

• Blackfish Spirits Distillery, Rural Small Business of the Year;

• Rail Hop’n Brewing Co., Woman-Owned Small Business of the Year; and

• Forest Concepts, LLC., Green/Sustainable Small Business of the Year.

Rounding out the seven categories are: Business of the Year: Workforce Development Small Business of the Year; and Minority-Owned Small Business of the Year.

Constantine will announce the winners at the award event on Sept. 26.

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