Auburn Reporter Business Briefs | Aug. 30

• Permanent Concrete Solutions, under owner Pete Christensen and manager Mike Myers, has relocated to 3702 W. Valley Highway N., Suite 106, in Auburn.

• Permanent Concrete Solutions, under owner Pete Christensen and manager Mike Myers, has relocated to 3702 W. Valley Highway N., Suite 106, in Auburn.

PCS, which opened in 1995, specializes in the preventative maintenance and remediation of vapor emission damage to slab on grade concrete and floor coverings, roads and surfaces in the commercial, industrial and military environments. PCS also handles coatings, waterproofing, industrial floors, restoration, non-skid, overlays, bridge deck repair and overlay, chemical resistant coatings, vapor emission control, mold remediation, mold, vapor, water, joint repair and sealing.

Store hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.

For information, call 253-333-8133 or visit www.permanentconcrete.com.

• Select Photography is presenting Portrait at the Park on Sept. 20. Owner Bill Higdon invites families to come to Auburn Veterans Memorial Park (behind Auburn Memorial Stadium) from 2 to 6 p.m. for a portrait. The sitting fee is $20, with half the proceeds going toward the purchase of a replacement park bench.

The program is a way for Higdon and his business to give something back to “one of Auburn’s great parks that has provided us a backdrop for Auburn senior high school pictures, engagement sessions and families … “

For more information, call 253-333-7708 or visit www.selectphotography.com.

• Oh Ryan! Cafe celebrates its one-year anniversary at its location, 815 Auburn Way S. Owner Ryan Lindley recently expanded dinner service every Thursday through Saturday evening. For information, call

253-833-8570.


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