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Here in Seattle, we take great pride in our various neighborhoods that we live in and all the things that make this area of the country so great… and the local businesses are a large part of what shape the flavor and character of these great neighborhoods that we love. I created this podcast to help tell the stories of other Seattle based businesses, entrepreneurs and others involved in the community. I want to highlight these people and what they are doing in serving others and their community here in Seattle. I mean really... Who doesn't want to know more about our local businesses and the brave souls who started them? Who wouldn't want to support them and see them and our neighborhoods thrive?! Do you know someone with an important message or story to tell? Please let me know, I would love to have them on this podcast. Find out more and sign up http://sea-town.com/podcast-guest-page Stay up-to-date with the latest weekly episodes by subscribing to The Sea-Town Podcast on iTunes Find out more about Christian Harris - author, entrepreneur, philanthropist, Army Veteran, Real Estate Broker, founder & host of this Podcast at WWW.SEA-TOWN.COM

Here in Seattle, we take great pride in our various neighborhoods that we live in and all the things that make this area of the country so great… and the local businesses are a large part of what shape the flavor and character of these great neighborhoods that we love. I created this podcast to help tell the stories of other Seattle based businesses, entrepreneurs and others involved in the community. I want to highlight these people and what they are doing in serving others and their community here in Seattle. I mean really... Who doesn't want to know more about our local businesses and the brave souls who started them? Who wouldn't want to support them and see them and our neighborhoods thrive?! Do you know someone with an important message or story to tell? Please let me know, I would love to have them on this podcast. Find out more and sign up http://sea-town.com/podcast-guest-page Stay up-to-date with the latest weekly episodes by subscribing to The Sea-Town Podcast on iTunes Find out more about Christian Harris - author, entrepreneur, philanthropist, Army Veteran, Real Estate Broker, founder & host of this Podcast at WWW.SEA-TOWN.COM
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Seattle, WA

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Here in Seattle, we take great pride in our various neighborhoods that we live in and all the things that make this area of the country so great… and the local businesses are a large part of what shape the flavor and character of these great neighborhoods that we love. I created this podcast to help tell the stories of other Seattle based businesses, entrepreneurs and others involved in the community. I want to highlight these people and what they are doing in serving others and their community here in Seattle. I mean really... Who doesn't want to know more about our local businesses and the brave souls who started them? Who wouldn't want to support them and see them and our neighborhoods thrive?! Do you know someone with an important message or story to tell? Please let me know, I would love to have them on this podcast. Find out more and sign up http://sea-town.com/podcast-guest-page Stay up-to-date with the latest weekly episodes by subscribing to The Sea-Town Podcast on iTunes Find out more about Christian Harris - author, entrepreneur, philanthropist, Army Veteran, Real Estate Broker, founder & host of this Podcast at WWW.SEA-TOWN.COM

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@SeaTownRE

Language:

English

Contact:

206-276-9744


Episodes

Ep. 056 - Lora Swift, ED of West Seattle Junction Association

7/15/2018
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This week’s guest is Lora Swift, executive director of the West Seattle Junction Association. Lora is also the 2018 winner of the Westsider of The Year Award for her outstanding contribution to the West Seattle community. In 2002, Lora started Hotwire Coffee in the West Seattle Junction, firmly establishing herself as a valuable member and collaborator in the community. After running the business for many years, she made the bitter sweet decision to sell Hotwire Coffee and continued to...

Duration:00:53:06

Ep 055 - Linnea Westerlind, author of Discovering Seattle Parks

5/25/2018
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This week’s guest is Linnea Westerlind, author of “Discovering Seattle Parks: A Local’s Guide”. Linnea graduated from college with a degree in journalism and mass communications and public relations with a passion for the nonprofit sector. Today, Linnea is a mom of three who lives in West Seattle. After having her first kid in 2009, she came up with the goal of visiting every park in Seattle in a year, as a way to get out of the house. As life would have it, things didn’t exactly go as...

Duration:00:30:14

Ep. 054 - Paula Boggs - Former Top Starbucks Lawyer, Airborne Army Officer & Front-Woman of the Paula Boggs Band

5/25/2018
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This week’s guest is Paula Boggs, founder of Boggs Media, LLCand the Paula Boggs Band. Paulais a philanthropist, fundraiser, public speaker, and musician. She is also a Board Member of numerous for-profit and non-profit organizations. Paula spent her first 10 years of her career in public service, first as an army officer and then as a federal prosecutor. She then took a position with Dell where she worked for five years in Austin, Texas before transitioning to Starbucks in Seattle,...

Duration:00:36:39

Ep. 053 - Danielle Marchioro, Highline Medical Center Foundation

5/12/2018
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This week’s guest is Danielle Marchioro, Executive Director of Highline Medical Center Foundation. Danielle joined Highline Medical Foundation four months ago to promote the mission of the organization. She spends her days getting out in the community, networking with board members, getting connected and plugging in with people. It’s her mission to share the story of the foundation and what they do in raising money to help Highline Medical Center Hospital provide access to quality health...

Duration:00:31:23

Ep 052 - Tony Burlison, owner of Dark Timber Coffee

4/26/2018
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This week’s guest is Tony Burlison, Owner of Dark Timber Coffee. They specialize in backcountry / backpacking coffee singles (Ascent Packs), with a large emphasis in wildlife and public lands conservation, so a portion of all their sales are donated to organizations that focus on conservation and educating the public on the importance of public lands. Highlights From This Episode: Dark Timber Coffee was started in 2017 and is currently available exclusively online but prior to opening...

Duration:00:36:50

Ep. 051 - Joslin Roth & Darci Bressler, Owners of Resting Waters Aquamation

4/2/2018
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This week’s guest is Joslin Roth & Darci Bressler, Owners of Resting Waters. Resting Waters is a West Seattle pet funeral home and Washington State's first pet aquamation business, providing a more personal death-care option and alternative to pet-burial, fire cremation or leaving them with your veterinarian. Episode Links &...

Duration:00:39:02

Ep. 050 - Meghan Reese & Malika Siddiq, Creators of West Seattle Vibes

3/19/2018
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This week’s guest is Meghan Reese & Malika Siddiq, the creators of West Seattle Vibes (Instagram Page). West Seattle Vibes is a neighborhood Instagram page created to support the West Seattle Neighborhood: To checkout new and favorite restaurants, bars and shops. Episode Links & Resources: Guest's Instagram - Follow them at:...

Duration:00:45:16

Ep. 049 - Danielle Holstein, Owner of Holstein Studios

3/4/2018
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This week’s guest is Danielle Holstein, Owner of Holstein Studios. Holstein Studios is a commercial photography and videography visual marketing agency. Their focus is brands and businesses and tell their stories and help them come to life, specifically in the food and beverage space. Episode Links & Resources: https://www.holsteinstudios.comhttps://www.facebook.com/HolsteinStudios/www.Sea-Town.com Ways to Subscribe to The Sea-Town Podcast: HEREClick here to subscribe on iTunes Click...

Duration:00:24:28

Ep. 048 - Jill Bruyere, Owner of Fitness Revolution

2/11/2018
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This week’s guest is Jill Bruyere, Owner of Fitness Revolution in the West Seattle Alaska Junction. Fitness Revolution was born out of Jill's love for playing soccer, fitness & helping people through being a fitness personal trainer. Get fit and have fun. Episode Links & Resources: FitnessRevolutionWithJill.comhttps://www.facebook.com/runwithjillbootcamphttps://twitter.com/runwithjillwww.Sea-Town.com Ways to Subscribe to The Sea-Town Podcast: HEREClick here to subscribe on iTunes...

Duration:00:25:11

Ep. 047 - Shandon Greybeal, Owner of Alair

1/11/2018
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This week’s guest is Shandon Greybeal, owner of Alair in West Seattle. Alair is a boutique gift shop with some unique flair, focusing on products made locally by small businesses and individuals. Episode Links & Resources: AlairSeattle.comhttps://www.facebook.com/alairseattlehttps://www.instagram.com/alairseattle/www.Sea-Town.com Ways to Subscribe to The Sea-Town Podcast: HEREClick here to subscribe on iTunes Click here to subscribe on Google PlayClick here to subscribe on TuneInClick...

Duration:00:28:11

Ep. 046 - Imants Holmquist, Co-founder of Holmquist & Gardiner

11/26/2017
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This week’s guest is Imants Holmquist, Co-founder of Holmquist & Gardiner law firm in Downtown Seattle. Imants Holmquist & Hamilton Gardiner started their own law firm in 2008, specializing in real estate transactions and business law, primarily helping clients buy, sell or lease real estate or if there is a dispute, representing them in litigation. Highlights From This Episode: Imants talks about the difference between what they do as real estate lawyers and what real estate brokers...

Duration:00:26:06

Ep. 045 - Angie Marshall & Amy Becker, Owners of Life Capsule Productions

11/13/2017
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This week’s guest is Angie Marshall and Amy Becker, the owners of Life Capsule Productions, specializing in legacy films and story telling videos for businesses. Highlights From This Episode: Angie and Amy were childhood friends and always enjoyed telling stories & making videos together as kids. Angie started making video's of older family members to help document their life, legacy and stories and that eventually lead to helping businesses tell their stories through video. Angie helps...

Duration:00:25:08

Ep. 044 - Ian Weinberg, Owner of Ian Fitness

11/6/2017
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This week’s guest is Ian Weinberg, the owner of Ian Fitness. Originally starting with 1 location on Queen Anne but now has 9 locations around Seattle. Ian's philosophy is to get people moving in a fun, safe, non-intimidating way through group "boot camp" workouts and one-on-one training, focusing on results. Highlights From This Episode: Ian used to play professional soccer and at one point, worked in a gym part time to make a little extra money and he discovered that there tends...

Duration:00:25:04

Ep. 043 - Matt Wendland, Owner of Burien Press & Moonshot Coffee

10/26/2017
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This week’s guest is Matt Wendland, owner of Burien Press and Moonshot Coffee in White Center. Matt had the opportunity to purchase Burien Press at the beginning of 2014 and just this year opened Moonshot Coffee in White Center. Highlights From This Episode: After years of frequenting Burien Press, Matt bought the coffee shot at the beginning of 2014. Episode Links &...

Duration:00:35:37

Ep. 042 - Cory Cote & Brandon Ramirez, Owners of Mystery Made

9/18/2017
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This week’s guest is Cory Cote and Brandon Ramirez, owners of Mystery Made mens apparel and action sport oriented graphic design firm in The Admiral District of West Seattle. Highlights From This Episode: After 10 years at K2 and Ride Snowboards, Brandon and shortly after, Cory decided to take the leap into self-employment to start their own design firm and then more recently, opened the front of their space into a men's apparel shop. As artists and designers, they wanted to branch out...

Duration:00:38:12

Ep. 041 - Clay Eals, Executive Director of the Southwest Historic Society

9/7/2017
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This week’s guest is Clay Eals, up until summer of 2017, Clay was the Executive Director of the SouthWest Seattle Historical Society, headquartered out of the Log House Museum on Alki. Highlights From This Episode: Clay Eals has been involved in the Southwest Seattle Historic Society since it was created in 1984 and in 2013, became it's first Executive Director. Up until that point, it was entirely run by unpaid volunteers. The purpose of his role as the Executive Director is to focus on...

Duration:00:44:17

Ep 40.5 - Where all the new episodes be at?!!

6/12/2017
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I've been a bit MIA on the new podcast episodes. Big things in the works for Sea-Town Real Estate & our community partnership initiative... stay tuned for more info (and more episodes)!

Duration:00:02:01

Ep. 040 - Tracy Record, Co-founder of the West Seattle Blog

5/22/2017
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This week’s guest is Tracy Record, Co-founder and operator of the West Seattle Blog, West Seattle's go-to news outlet. With husband, Patrick Sand, together they have run the West Seattle Blog full time for the last 10+ years (since 2006). Highlights From This Episode: The West Seattle Blog was launched in December of 2005 by Tracy Record as a personal project to have a place to write about West Seattle. The turning point was the famous December 2006 windstorm, which knocked out power...

Duration:00:36:17

Ep. 039 - Greg Bennick, Public Speaker & Director of One Hundred For Haiti (A Seattle Non-Profit)

5/9/2017
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This week’s guest is Greg Bennick, a public speaker and Executive Director for the Seattle based non-profit, One Hundred for Haiti. Greg got started as an entertainer in his early teens and has been doing public speaking, communicating ideas and engaging with audiences (as a musician in touring bands & as a speaker) ever since. Highlights From This Episode: Greg started performing around 13 years old and quickly discovered that people pay far more attention to ideas when they are...

Duration:00:40:21

Ep. 038 - Amber Campbell, Owner of Do Communications & GoSouthSeattle.com

5/1/2017
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This week’s guest is Amber Campbell, Owner of Do Communications & creator of GoSouthSeattle.com (previously known as the Rainier Valley Post). She is a marketing consultant with 20 years of experience helping small and medium size businesses. Highlights From This Episode: Amber is a marketing consultant with 20 years of experience helping small and medium size businesses and used to run the Rainier Valley Post, working some with West Seattle Blog's own Patrick and Tracy. The Rainer...

Duration:00:34:06