What we’re doing to adapt during COVID-19

It’s no secret that the pandemic changed our industry practically overnight. Aside from following the government guidelines and staying informed on the latest news, we’ve been working hard to keep our employees safe and staying involved with our amazing community. Read on to see how!

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Following public health guidelines

We’ve been doing our part to keep up to date on the official guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as well as the official COVID-19 resources from Governor Inslee and Washington state. Due to the current state of affairs, we are restricting our services offered and focusing on smaller gatherings, virtual events, weddings, and funeral allowances.

Going virtual with events

We’re joining the vast majority of peers who are using this time to focus on virtual events! Just because you can’t hang out with your guests in person doesn’t mean you can’t throw a killer dinner party or host a virtual happy hour for your team. Check out our NEW virtual experiences!

Operating remotely when possible

Our staff has been following social distancing by limiting the amount of team members in our office space and following CDC guidelines such as washing our hands, wearing masks, and only coming in to the office when necessary. We’ve been staying up to date by utilizing digital meetings whenever possible.

When in doubt, check in with the experts

Since the guidelines on COVID-19 are changing every day, we’d like to remind you that there’s no substitute for checking the official statements from Washington officials as well as the Center for Disease Control. The Department of Health has a wonderful web directory where you can find all news relating to COVID-19. We also recommend checking the official guidelines from the CDC, which can be found below with some other important resources. Stay safe, everyone!

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