Business briefs — July 19, 2017

Live broadcast set at Clear Water Bidets

“The Morning Show of Brad &John” and KISM 92.9 FM will be broadcasting live from Clear Water Bidets’ showroom at 151 Ruth’s Place, Ste. 4 in Carlsborg from 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Friday, July 28. Come on down to sign up for the 92 Days of Summer to win your choice of a $34,000 prize that includes your choice of awesome cars, a Kubota tractor package or how about an RV?

Clear Water Bidets will have special discounts on its most popular products and is giving away a Silver Edition bidet seat worth $629!

This event is free and open to the public. Contact Clear Water Bidets at 565-5418 or info@clearwaterbidets.com for more information.

The Lodge hosts open house

The 12th annual open house event at The Lodge at Sherwood Village is set for 2-4 p.m. Thursday, July 20. The event includes music by Al Harris (piano), lavender lemonade and treats, gourmet desserts and a special drawing. The Lodge is at 660 Evergreen Farm Way. Call 681-3100.

Hines Homes gets remodeling award

Hines Homes LLC recently won the Building Industry Association of Washington’s Excellence in Remodeling Award in the Entire House $150,000-$300,000 category.

The purpose of the BIAW Excellence in Remodeling award is to recognize the state of Washington’s outstanding builders such as Andy Hines of Hines Homes and their remodeling projects that showcases the quality of craftsmanship in a variety of categories and price ranges. A blind judging panel thoroughly reviews each project ensuring each meets a set list of strict criteria.

Excellence in Remodeling award winners were honored during an awards reception held in conjunction with the BIAW’s summer board meeting in Spokane.

Hines Homes LLC is a North Peninsula Building Association member.

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