Helping People Turn Success Into Reality

screenshot Puget Sound Training Center

Copywriting, Photography, and Web Development: Scott Marlow
Logo & Graphic Design: Joan van den Berg
Videography: Susan Westbrook

Out of 47 organizations, Puget Sound Training Center (PSTC) was selected by the Nonprofit Assistance Center to participate in Project Empower – a federal Compassion Capital Fund grant matched with funding from the City of Seattle. Continue reading “Helping People Turn Success Into Reality”

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EJK Accounting & Taxes

Copywriting and Graphic Design: Ameo
Photography and Web Development: Scott Marlow

EJ Kim provides custom bookkeeping, accounting and tax services from her Queen Anne studio.

Amy Tucker provides custom graphic design services.

I provide custom website development services.

EJ and Amy enjoy snowboarding. EJ and I enjoy motorcycling. But all of us enjoy serving nonprofits and small businesses.

The website for EJK Accounting & Taxes is powered by WordPress, an award-winning open source Content Management System.

Learn more about EJ at www.ejkaccountingtax.com.

Kettle Crest Advocacy Fest

Sherman Peak

Jen and I just returned from a weekend mountain bike festival, the 2010 Kettle Crest Fest.

Friday, our trail work party cleared more trees than we could count from the Sherman Peak Loop trail (photo above, ~6,000 ft.). Then we enjoyed two days of some of Washington State’s finest singletrack – including a 2,000′ descent of the Jungle Hill Loop.

The annual advocacy event is hosted by Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance and coordinated by volunteer Tim Banning. Lucky for us, New Belgium Brewing was a sponsor!

Return to Stuart Island

Puget Sound King Crab claw

Puget Sound King Crabs are a species of King Crab that inhabit the Pacific Ocean between central California and Alaska. As you can see, adults are orange, red, and purple.

What does this have to do with marketing? Absolutely nothing.

I’m scuba diving around Stuart Island in the San Juans this weekend with James Keithly and Jason Baker.

Note of interest: the African wildlife pictured above live on Spieden Island, owned by James Jannard, the founder of Oakley, who resides on Orcas Island.