Posts Tagged ‘Mt. Spokane’
The Inlander announced the winners of its Best of the Inland Northwest reader poll this week. To our delight, the list included a number of our members! Congrats to them and others for the recognition.
GSI members voted Best of the Inland Northwest include……….
Anthony’s at Spokane Falls
Dutch Bros. Coffee
Best Local Drive-Thru Espresso
Best Local Winery
Best Place to Ski/Best Place to Snowboard
Best Health Club
Best Secluded Regional Resort
Washington Trust Bank
Best Credit Union
La Rive at Northern Quest
Davenport Hotel and Tower
Jewelry Design Center
Best Organic/Natural Foods
Weldon Barber Shop
Best Barber Shop
Northern Quest Resort & Casino
The Q at Northern Quest
Best Sports Bar
The MarQuee Lounge
Best Dance Club
Congrats to all the winners!
See who won in each category: People, Shopping, Arts, Food, Recreation and Nightlife
Photo courtesy of STCU
It’s the most wonderful time of the year…..
That line – written by Edward Pola and George Wyle and sung by Andy Williams – rings true for the Spokane area this time of year. There are lots of things to do to celebrate the holidays and the season, while supporting your local businesses and organizations in the process. (more…)
We had quite a busy few days this week, as we hosted the 15th Annual Economic Forecast and led a trip to Washington State University in Pullman to tour the colleges of Veterinary Medicine and Agriculture, Human and Natural Resource Sciences.
We then came home to a nice reception with some prospective GSI members and the season’s first dusting of snow.
Let’s review our busy week. (more…)
As we give thanks this week around the dinner table, we thought it’d be a nice time to reflect on all the great things we have here as an organization. We have it so nice in Spokane, we don’t know where to begin, but we’ll mention a few things we’re thankful for here at Greater Spokane Incorporated.
Let’s get to it.
Let’s face it. There are so many good reasons to live in Spokane, we’d blow our servers on this blog listing them all. With affordable housing, great schools, the two biggest state parks, five incredible ski resorts all within a two-hour drive, golf courses that Jack Nicklaus admires, and so much more, why would we want to live somewhere else?
Living in Spokane also allows us to enjoy a great summer. Let’s take a look at ten reasons summer in Spokane is simply the best.