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Kenmore Camera is finalist for countywide Small Business Award

King County Executive
King County Executive's Small Business Awards
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King County Executive Dow Constantine celebrated the importance and the accomplishments of small businesses throughout the county by presenting the second annual King County Executive’s Small Business Awards at the Meydenbauer Center in Bellevue on Wednesday. Among those businesses, Kenmore Camera was a finalist for the Small Business of the Year. The winner was Easy Street Records in West Seattle.

“Every day, small business owners work long hours in a fiercely competitive environment to create value for their customers, provide jobs for their employees, give back to their community, and earn a living for their families,” said Executive Constantine to those in attendance. “That’s why it so important to me that we recognize and support the entrepreneurial spirit, the creativity, and the diversity of small businesses throughout our county.”

The early morning ceremony was attended by 230 people from local chambers of commerce, cities and small business organizations.

 

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