Small business competition application deadline set for May 22

Washington Coast Work’s Sustainable Small Business Competition application deadline is Monday, May 22.

The competition is open to people from coastal communities on the Olympic Peninsula with ideas for small businesses that build leadership, keep money local and contribute to the conservation of local natural resources, according to a news release.

Up to 15 finalists will be selected for intensive training, network building and a chance to win up to $10,000 to move their business ideas forward.

Applications — with instructions — can be downloaded by visiting www.wacoastworks.org/apply.

For more information, phone Mike Skinner, Coast Works administrator, at 206-235-6029 or visit www.wacoastworks.org.

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