The Outlet Collection | Seattle unites with Pulse Heart Institute to promote community health and wellness initiatives

The Outlet Collection | Seattle has united with Pulse Heart Institute to promote health and wellness. The new alliance will foster the launch of monthly Pulse Heart Institute wellness events and seminars, which will complement the ongoing mall walker program.

“The Outlet Collection | Seattle is excited to align with Pulse Heart Institute as the presenter for our wellness programs,” said Kacie Bray, director of marketing at The Outlet Collection | Seattle. “As a great place to shop, dine and spend time with family and friends, The Outlet Collection | Seattle is committed to events and programs that engage and benefit our shoppers.”

Pulse Heart Institute kicks off the series with its Mental Health Awareness event on Thursday, April 13 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. by the Food Court. Attendees will receive information about and have the opportunity to discuss Auburn’s Blue Ribbon Committee’s R.E.A.D.Y. (Real Emergency Aid Depends on You).

“The goal of the R.E.A.D.Y. program is to markedly increase community awareness of Behavioral and mental health issues and to provide Basic skills for people to use in these difficult and many times emergent situations,” said Pat Bailey, chair of the Blue Ribbon Committee. “A Special Thanks to The Outlet Collection | Seattle for recognizing the importance of this critical information for their leadership.”

As part of this new initiative, The Outlet Collection | Seattle became the first business in Auburn, Washington to be R.E.A.D.Y. certified. The programs helps business and community members identify common behavioral and mental health issues that need emergency response and what to expect while help is on the way.

In conjunction with this event, the Auburn mall hosts a kickoff for Relay for Life Auburn. Community members will have the opportunity to register for the Relay for Life, which will take place on Saturday, May 13.

‘”We’re excited to be joining together as a community and working collectively through these programs and initiatives as a whole to promote lifelong health and wellbeing for all of our residents,” said Mayor Nancy Backus.

For more information about The Outlet Collection | Seattle, please call 253-833-9500 or visit