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Women’s History Month
Women’s History Month is a great opportunity to #SpendLikeItMatters in support of women-owned businesses and the people behind them. Join in the celebration of Women’s History Month all month long.
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March 21st - 31st use coupon code WHM2023 for 20% off. Purchase gift certificates and products from some of your favorite woman-owned businesses in our Women's History Month Marketplace.
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From Our Blog
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2023 Easter Brunch and Beyond
Easter Sunday is right around the corner and we’ve got a list of egg-ceptional small businesses in the Greater Seattle area to celebrate 2023 Easter Brunch and beyond! Make your reservations and orders early, as these places are sure to fill up and sell out. 1. Cafe Flora (Madison Valley) – Easter brunch is on […] read more
Vanishing Seattle Women's History Month Takeover
In celebration of Women’s History Month, The Intentionalist team joined forces with Cynthia of Vanishing Seattle, a media movement that documents displaced and disappearing small businesses and cultures of Seattle. The Vanishing Seattle Women’s History Month Takeover highlights 3 woman-owned businesses we don’t want to see vanish from our community. These businesses help keep our city […] read more