We Mean Business Campaign

Featured at left: Jim Spady, vice president, Dick's Drive-In Restaurants, Inc.

Let's Make Washington a Great Place to Do Business

RedCheckmarkEvery day, Washington state’s private employers are working hard to develop, grow and thrive in a challenging economy.

But in today’s complex world, it’s easy to forget what it takes to run a successful business – or why a vibrant private sector is the key to a sustainable economy. The jobs created by our private employers are an integral part of the quality of life we enjoy in Washington state.

The Association of Washington Business represents more than 8,100 private employers, and works on their behalf to ensure Washington has the best business climate in the country to attract and retain jobs. Our “We Mean Business” campaign features member employers from all across Washington — from Vancouver to Tukwila, Burien to Spokane — talking about the competitiveness issues they face as job creators in our state. Issues like health insurance options, over-regulation, taxes, education and the importance of a skilled workforce.

Join AWB Today!

The strength of the Association of Washington Business is the depth and breadth of our diverse membership. By working together with our member companies, AWB promotes an economic climate in which business and citizens are successful.

AWB serves as the voice of Washington employers, representing them in the legislative and regulatory decision making process. And AWB works for all Washington businesses, large and small, urban and rural, from all parts of the state.

For more information about becoming a AWB member, contact AWB's Sean Heiner, Director, Membership at 1.800.521.9325.

Hear Us on KIRO 97.3

Support 'We Mean Business'

AWB is pleased to be partnering with KIRO 97.3 FM on a series of 60-second ad spots featuring KIRO host Dori Monson and several AWB members. To hear the ads, click on the links below.

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