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Celebrate Pride Month and #SpendLikeItMatters
Spend With Pride
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From Our Blog
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Drink With Pride: Supporting 8 LGBTQ-owned businesses one cup of coffee at a time
We’re excited to introduce the Drink With Pride voucher booklet – a great way to explore and support eight LGBTQ-owned businesses one cup of coffee at at time! Sponsored by Fulcrum Coffee and Business Impact NW, each booklet includes a voucher for a beverage at coffee shops and cafes throughout Seattle. “Fulcrum is honored to […] read more
InTENtionalist Gift Guide: 10 Pride Month Gifts From LGBTQ-Owned Businesses
It’s Pride Month, and that means everyone is creating Pride merchandise. To encourage you to be intentional about spending your money at LGBTQ-owned businesses, we’re excited to highlight 10 Pride Month gifts you can purchase from LGBTQ-owned businesses in Seattle. P.S. Don’t forget to upload your receipt to Intentionalist’s Spend With Pride page for a […] read more
Repair Revolution: Repairing Cars, Revolutionizing the Auto Repair Industry
When Eli Allison started as a mechanic, they saw a gap in the auto repair industry. As a queer person, they were working twice as hard to prove themselves in a notoriously homophobic, sexist, and racist industry. They faced rejection as someone perceived as female who used female pronouns. “I faced a lot of harassment, […] read more