Say Hi to These People at the Pop-up Event

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A big shout out to those coming to our event! If you haven’t purchased your tickets now is the time to do so (seriously, you don’t want to miss it)!!!

If you need more convincing, here is a list of sponsors and a little spiel about what makes them so amazing.

Recovery Cafe

Recovery Cafe was founded on the belief that all people are important and belong regardless of past trauma, mental/emotional well-being, addictive behaviors, or mistakes previously made. They provide a safe, warm, substance-free space to help individuals maintain recovery and reduce potential relapse. Individuals that are a part of the Recovery Cafe community gain and maintain access to many resources such as access to housing, social and health services, healthy relationships, education, and employment. To learn more about Recovery Cafe click below.

Dry Soda

Sharelle Klaus, founder and CEO of Dry Soda was not going to let a lack of wine or cocktails (due to having her four children) stop her from having a delicious beverage. Working with some of the Pacific Northwest’s leading chefs, she brought forth unique flavors to create the best sparkling beverages. To learn more about Dry Soda click below.

Simple Goodness Sisters

Homegrown, hyper-local, Pacific Northwest inspired simple syrups created with a  bright, complex, and a fresh farm-to-table style. Simple Goodness Sisters makes it their mission to support female farmers and to use USA made packaging. SGS was founded by, you guessed it, two sisters. Belinda and Venise share a passion for the “garden to glass” taste available at your own home. To learn more about Simple Goodness Sisters click below.

Sans Bar

Chris Marshal, owner of Sans Bar which originated in Austin, Texas,  is on a mission to create safe and inviting atmospheres for individuals seeking a good time without alcohol. Now popping up all over the nation, Sans Bar is currently on a nationwide tour spreading his message of “Stay Social, Stay Sober”. His inspiration stems from his work as a counselor and from his sadness by the loss of celebrities, friends, and family members who felt as though there was no place for them to turn. To learn more about Sans Bar, click below.

Still need more convincing?

-Marnie Rae

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