Hellbent Recognized By State’s Green Business Program

Congratulations to Lake City’s Own Hellbent Brewing

NEWS RELEASE

FROM THE CITY OF SEATTLE

 For Immediate Release

More than 150 Businesses Recognized in First Year of Washington’s Green Business Program

 SEATTLE (October 2, 2018) ­– EnviroStars, Washington’s green business program, has helped more than 150 businesses of all sizes and types improve their sustainability during the program’s first year. 57 Seattle-based businesses are participating so far.

The program connects businesses with local environmental assistance, resources and utility rebates. Businesses earn EnviroStars recognition by taking steps to green their facilities and operational practices such as replacing inefficient lighting with LEDs, composting food scraps and switching to safer cleaning products.

“Seattle’s small businesses continue to innovative while creating a more sustainable future. Our businesses of all sizes are leading the way to create a cleaner city and reduce greenhouse gas emissions,” said Mayor Jenny Durkan. “It will take all of us—consumers, businesses, and government leaders—working together to realize our vision of a sustainable, equitable, and robust economy that will thrive for generations to come.” Continue reading “Hellbent Recognized By State’s Green Business Program”

Pub Crawl in Revue

Lake City’s First Annual Pub Crawl

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Elliott Bay Owner, Brent Norton, thanks the crowd

Thank you so much to all the people that came out to support North Helpline and take part in a really fun evening. A huge thank you to Nikki with NHL for inviting us to partner on this event and to Hellbent, Elliott Bay, Beer Authority and Korochka for hosting. Games, prizes, drink specials, t-shirts and great conversation made for a really special Lake City experience. We look forward to more opportunities to partner with North Helpline in the coming months and, as always, with our wonderful local businesses. Continue reading “Pub Crawl in Revue”