Three local companies are finalists for the Good Food Awards presented by Seedling Projects. Sante Restaurant & Charcuterie, Roast House and Doma Coffee Roasting Co. will find out at a special ceremony in January if they’ve won.
No-Li Brewhouse announced on Tuesday that the company will start selling their Spokane-Style craft beer in Canada. No-Li said the move was done in response to high sales numbers in border towns and reports of Canadians taking car loads of their favorite beer across the border.
“Canadians have been bootlegging our beer across the border like ‘Smokey and the Bandit’ for awhile now,” said Dylan McDonald, No-Li National and International Sales Manager in a press release. “It’s time to legally bring Spokane-Style brews to Canadian beer lovers!”
Veterans Day has come and gone, but the Davenport Hotel Collection is honoring military families all year long with "Hero's Rates."
Marketing Director Matt Jensen says the discounts vary based on the hotel and time of year, but can be as much as 14% off the best available rates on any given day. Hero's Rates start as low as $109 on weekdays at the Hotel Lusso, and there are also special rates at the Historic Davenport Hotel and the Davenport Tower.
The Capitol Christmas Tree stopped in Spokane and Colville Tuesday as part of a 26 city tour that will end on November 25th on the Capitol Building lawn in Washington D.C. For many in the Northwest, the tree is a symbol of pride for the community and two local companies couldn’t agree more and have donated services that are helping the tree get to the nation’s capitol.
AAA Washington has kicked off it’s 6th annual Soap for Hope donation drive. AAA locations across Spokane and Coeur d’Alene will be collecting much needed toiletry items for several local charities throughout the month of November.
The Boston Red Sox won the World Series in Fenway Park for the first time since 1918, but for most of the season the buzz hasn’t been about their game. It’s been about the team’s beards. The team has been growing their facial hair out since Spring training, and a Spokane company helped them remember to Keep Calm and Beard On.