Ronnie Roberts, owner of Gosanko Chocolate Art on A Street Southeast, talks about some of the recent changes to his establishment.
Now is the time for businesses to go green and foster ways to employ sustainability practices and strategies.
So said industry experts at the recent Sustainability Fair at the Corporate Express and Coastwide Laboratories Facility in Auburn.
The educational seminar helped organizations define strategies and share best practices to build an environmentally, economically and socially sustainable future.
When the farm boy in Robert McRae whispered in his ear, he suggested raising something entirely different on his green pastures.
Heeding that call transformed McCrae’s peaceful, 10-acre spread in bucolic east Auburn into a physically therapeutic and potentially money making venture.
• Megan Huffington was named manager for Wells Fargo’s Lake Tapps banking store. Huffington leads an eight-member team at the Lake Tapps banking store inside Top Food & Drugs, 1406 Lake Tapps Parkway E. She recently worked as the manager of Wells Fargo’s Enumclaw banking store, and previously worked as a service manager and a teller for Wells Fargo.
Timberland Homes, one of the largest builders of modular homes in the Pacific Northwest, recently sold its 2,600th home.
The Auburn-based company continues to perform well in a difficult housing market climate. Timberland Homes recently received Inc. Magazines’ award for being one of the 5,000 fastest-growing private companies for the four years ending in 2007 with a growth in revenues of 71.7 percent.