We selectively partner with Northwest-based companies to provide for a sustainable, Triple Bottom Line, event. Please thank them next time you see them. Their support makes it all possible. Check out our Media Spawnsors and Traverse Company Teams too.
The host hotel for the Olympia Traverse, The Governor Hotel is situated in the heart of beautiful downtown Olympia, the Governor Hotel overlooks both Capitol Lake and Sylvester Park. It is walking distance from the finish line at Fish Tale Brewpub. See the Governor Hotel blog post.
Heritage Bank, a subsidiary of Heritage Financial Corporation, serves the Pacific Northwest with 28 branches from Wilsonville, Oregon to Seattle, Washington.
Welcome to the club! The attorneys of Bean Gentry Wheeler and Peternell, PLLC have been serving the Puget Sound region for over 40 years. We serve businesses, professionals, health-care providers, property owners, lenders and other members of the community, providing practical solutions with an approachable attitude. Although we have grown to be one of the largest firms in Olympia, we take pride in providing personalized service, which means promptly responding to our clients’ needs.
The Alpine Experience
South Sound’s Premier Outdoor Retailer for over 15 years. ”We are locally and family owned. We love to get outside to play and teach. We have a unique and dedicated approach to outdoor outfitting. We believe that those who walk through our front doors are not just customers, they are our guests. Our family and friends in many ways.”
The We are psyched to partner with Fish Brewing again this year. They’ll be pouring beer at the finish line at Port Plaza.
Olympia Orthopaedic Associates
Olympia Orthopaedic Associates was founded in 1972 and is the largest full service orthopaedic group in the South Puget Sound area.
Meconi’s Italian Subs has been locally owned and operated since 1986. Wayne and Nancy Meconi moved their family from Pennsylvania to Lacey and they realized this area needed a good “East Coast Style” sub shop. In 1986, they opened the first Meconi’s Italian Subs in a small remodeled three car garage. It was an overnight success and has continued to grow! In 1993, their daughter Maria Meconi joined the business and opened the Olympia location. They relocated the Olympia store across the street into a brand new multi-use building in 2010 and have continued to serve the downtown Olympia community.