Business briefs — Feb. 27, 2019

  • Wednesday, February 27, 2019 1:30am
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Vision Works IP gets patent

Vision Works IP of Sequim was recently assigned a patent (No. 10,195,989, initially filed March 18, 2016) for an item developed by two co-inventors for an “absolute acceleration sensor for use within moving vehicles.” Co-inventors are Fritz Braunberger of Sequim and Beau M. Braunberger of Upland, Calif.

Estes featured at national sales rally

Jo Anne Estes, vice president of finance at Sequim-based Estes Builders, was a featured speaker at the Gateway Mortgage Group Sales Rally in Dallas on Feb. 13.

An industry expert on custom home financing and lending, Estes is often sought out for her expertise and advice.

The Gateway Mortgage Sales Rally, held annually by the Gateway Mortgage Group, gathers lenders and loan officers for educational and networking opportunities. Estes was a featured panelist, tapped to discuss how mortgage providers can earn more referrals from custom home builders and their customers.

See www.estesbuilders.com.

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