Peninsula businesses are edg3 finalists

PORT ORCHARD — Two North Olympic Peninsula businesses are finalists in Kitsap Bank’s seventh edg3 competition.

The local competitors are Amma’s Umma in Port Angeles and Camp N Car in Port Townsend.

Other finalists include Aquagga Inc., University Place; Campfire Coffee, Tacoma; Five12 Apparel LLC, Sumner; Sprout and Thistle, Bremerton; Sylling’s Elderberry, Port Orchard; and Unity Skate Shop, Port Orchard.

The winner of the annual competition will receive a $25,000 cash prize.

This year the bank will also present a $10,000 Innovation Award, a $5,000 #causegood Community edg3 Award as well as the $5,000 Public Favorite Award.

For more information or to vote for the Public Favorite Award, visit www.kitsap bank.com.

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