On this episode of Business Over Beer, Vesta Hospitality CEO, Rick Takach, gives us a sneak peak at what’s to come in the AC Hotel by Marriott that is scheduled to open on the Vancouver, WA waterfront in 2022.
Rick shows us some of the amenities as well as a few secrets he included in the construction that you surely won’t want to miss.
In business for over 35 years, IGN started as a metal nameplate shot, making metal labels for manufacturers, they have grown into biggest printer in Southwest Washington printing everything from basic signs and banners to wrapping vehicles and walls to very high end metal labels
Jason also gave us a tour of his shop and he has a special surprise for us at the end of it, the link to that is below along with links to our other season 5 episodes, please check those out as well.
“This beer erupts with a floral, hoppy taste, followed by a well rounded malty middle, finishing with a nicely organic hop flavor. Locally sourced two row grain and a blend of specialty malts give our amber its rich taste.”
Did you know that the Construction Industry has the hight rate of suicide in this country? To try and combat that, Mike shared with us his people first approach to business and life. Mike founded Catworks in 2005 and wanted his construction company to focus first on building people and helping them be their best. Mike knows that the thing that can keep us safest is our mind, so he strives to make Catworks the most uncomfortably safe paces to work. So may great life lessons in this one.
On this episode of Business Over Beer, we’re live from Taps Beer Reserve in Ridgefield Washington for the 3rd annual Hilinski’s Hope Foundation Fundraiser.
Hilinski’s Hope was born out of tragedy when the Tyler Hilinski, then the quarterback of the Washington State University Football Team, took his own life. Hilinski’s Hope promotes awareness and education of mental health and wellness for student athletes all over the country. And now for the second straight year has organized college football mental health week with over 60 schools participating.
We were so happy to be part of this event hosted by our good friend Kevin Summers of Taps Beer Reserve, and amazing business owner who is doing so much for our community.
Also, October 10th is world mental health day and it is important that we continue to normalize the conversation around mental health, mental wellness and mental illness.