• A Big-Hearted Business

    While Northwest Barricade & Signs, LLC and Northwest Flagging, LLC may have humble origins, their growth has been nothing short of spectacular. The President and sole proprietor of both companies, Dave Michaels, attributes the firms’ success to “being very involved with the people we work around, with and for.” He and his leadership team members care about how their daily actions affect their customers, employees and the communities where they work.   read more...

  • No Joking Matter

    Working in sanitation services, Ron and J.R. Inman of Northwest Cascade Inc. have heard countless jokes about their profession over the decades—good jokes, bad jokes and some that just plain stink.   read more...

  • A Ferry Ride Makes All the Difference

    Since taking over Dahl Glass almost three years ago, company President Gabe Rees has seen gross revenues for the already thriving glass and window business double. He attributes much of that success to 
increasing services in the local market and a focus on increasing business in the Seattle metro area.   read more...

  • Forging a New Path to Success

    Rogue. Jerad and Stephanie Rains chose this daring word for their company’s name to suggest doing things differently to get similar, indeed better, results.   read more...

  • NEED A LIFT?

    How do you determine the success of a company? Key indicators could include profitability, expansion and internal growth opportunities. Well, Leavitt Machinery is experiencing all three. Despite being one of North America’s fastest-growing materials handling and equipment dealers, the company’s core business principles have remained intact since it was founded in 2001 by President and CEO Tom Leavitt.   read more...

  • Mission Accomplished

    The Houghton brothers—Alex (31), Matt (29) and Jordan (26)—have leveraged their military experience and logistics training to create what they affectionately call a team of “passionate painting perfectionists.”   read more...

  • Seattle-based Ennco Display Group’s Vision for the Future

    When given a challenge, Seattle-based Ennco Display Group President and CEO, Jan Ennis, steps up and delivers. Looking at optical store displays, he saw a need for a better way to display eyewear. Not only did he design a solution, but he developed a proprietary software program that allows his team to design and manufacture the products all in one building.   read more...

  • Strong Teams Create Smart Solutions

    It’s safe to say that many students dread the annual school science fair. But Cliff Moon thrived on the challenge. Instead of a homemade battery or volcano, as a high schooler he built a two-person submarine.   read more...

  • To Serve AND Protect

    As a military veteran with a decade of military service, Dan Keenan has gained a lifetime of experience in protection and security. Now, he’s putting that experience, plus another 20 years in the public sector, to work through Champion Security Solutions (Champion). Together, Keenan and his highly experienced security team are building one of the northwest’s elite specialty site security businesses.   read more...

  • Life in the Safe Lane

    Streets today are safer, more visible and resilient thanks to a new liquid lane coating product that merges sustainability with simplicity. The inspiration for this product began with one man’s observation—which turned into a desire to improve safety conditions for people traveling on the road.   read more...

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