Award-Winning Members

Tuesday, November 15, 2011 10:16 AM by Emily Boone

recent member accolades
We love them, and so do a number of local, national and international organizations! Here's a list of recent awards and honors some of our members have received.
  • Adriatic Grill - Voted Best Mediterranean on KING 5's 2011 Best of Western Washington list
  • Chambers Bay - Voted Best Golf Course on KING 5's 2011 Best of Western Washington list
  • Cheney Stadium - Won ?2011 Ballpark Renovation of the Year? from the annual Ballpark Digest awards 
  • Grand Cinema - Voted Best Indie Theater on KING 5's 2011 Best of Western Washington list
  • Happy Teriyaki #4 - Voted Best Teryaki on KING 5's 2011 Best of Western Washington list
  • Hotel Murano - Awarded number 17 of the 200 best hotels in the United States in Conde Nast Traveler's 2011 Readers? Choice awards
  • Indochine - Voted Best Thai on KING 5's 2011 Best of Western Washington list
  • JayRay - Received a Pulse Award from the Puget Sound American Marketing Association (PSAMA) for their work on an ongoing movement called Be the Spark
  • Point Defiance Park - Named one of 10 ?Great Public Spaces for 2011? by the American Planning Association
  • Salty's Seafood Grills - Voted Best Brunch on KING 5's 2011 Best of Western Washington list
  • SiteCrafting - Received a Spotlight! On Business Award in the medium business category from the Tacoma + Pierce County Chamber of Commerce
  • The Rock Wood Fired Pizza + Brewery - Voted Best Pizza and Best Happy Hour on KING 5's 2011 Best of Western Washington list
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