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Bob's Business Profiles

Pacific Bike and Ski

Sammamish small businesses strengthen our local community & economy by 
a) generating two of every three net new jobs
b) deliver essential goods and services
c) sustain vibrant shopping centers, 
d) link neighbors in a web of economic & social relationships, and 
e) contribute to local schools & causes.

I am proud to feature some of these very special businesses. Please give them the support they deserve.



Our Featured Business Profile

Bob Papke interviews Paul Sanders, owner of Pacific Bike and Ski. Paul always wanted to share his passions in life, Cycling & Skiing, so he opened up in 2013. Check what they have to offer and be surprised at the array of services they provide. Pacific Bike & Ski, 510 228th Ave NE, Sammamish, WA. Next to Trader Joe's. (425) 836-3911.

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Pine Lake Ale House

Bob Papke speaks with Annie Moi of Pine Lake Ale House. Pine Lake Ale House, started by Kevin & Dennis Gattke over 19 years ago and known for its incredible food & craft beer but there is so much more. Please Watch. Pine Lake Ale House, 640 228th Ave NE, Sammamish, WA. Across for Safeway. (425) 898-9099.


Mail-Post

Bob Papke interviews Jamey Davis, owner of Mail-Post in Sammamish. Jamey & his wife Lisa love what they do and it shows. Jamey talks about the business, what it does for the community - and more. Mailpost, 228th Ave NE, Sammamish, WA. Next to Safeway. (425) 868-0997.

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