MARCH 31, 1997

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Business notes

Business notes


   Woodinville resident Lonnie Covin is now a sales associate at Windermere Real Estate's Woodinville office.

   Knoll Lumber vice-president Victoria Knoll has announced the company's plans for a new distribution center opening sometime in 1998. In addition, a new store will open in the Kenmore area.

   The parent company of Columbia Winery, Paul Thomas Winery and Covey Run Vintners, have announced their sales and marketing division will operate under the name of Columbia Wine & Spirits.

   Ken Deutsch, a Woodinville resident, has joined Shane Hannan and Patrick Burns as a partner at the Cash Converters in Totem Lake Store. Call 820-1124 for information.

   Mackie Designs of Woodinville has announced that it has begun shipping the new large-format SR40-8 console and the M-1200 and M-1400 power amplifiers.

   Canyon Creek Cabinet Company has announced the appointment of David R. Irion as Dealer Sales Manager.

   Windermere Real Estate's Woodinville office announced the addition of Harris Helgeson as a sales associate.

   Anne Skelton of Brier was recently named a marketing communications manager for Pacific Medical Clinics.

   Brew It Yourself has opened in the Totem Lake area of Kirkland. Call 821-6141.

   PortaBox Storage, a new storage srvice, has opened a new facility in Woodinville. The company drops off a container for customers and then picks up and stores the container. Call 888-BOX-TO-GO.

   Worthington Insurance has named Sandi Browne its Employee of the Year. Jason Kunz has joined the staff at Worthington.

   Woodinville resident Sonja Martin has been named coordinator for Community Outreach, Partnerships and Resource Development for the Lake Washington school district.