Building on our Black History Month collaboration that highlighted ten Black woman-owned Seattle eateries and provided fans with the opportunity to enjoy a free treat, Seattle Storm and Intentionalist are continuing our partnership to celebrate Women’s History Month.

March 25 through the end of the month, enjoy a 20 percent discount on gift certificates up to $100 from the 67 diverse woman-owned businesses in Intentionalist’s Gift Certificate Marketplace.

Everyone Wins

Thanks to the support of the Seattle Storm, fans get a great discount on gift certificates from businesses like Musang, Communion, Sugarpill, Pam’s Kitchen, Flowers Just 4-U, NuFlours, and many more! The businesses receive the full amount of the gift certificate sale because Seattle Storm covers the amount of the discount.

“A key pillar of the Force4Change platform is serving our local community and encouraging others to do the same,” said Alisha Valavanis, Storm CEO and General Manager. “We are proud to team up with Intentionalist to celebrate Women’s History Month by supporting women-owned businesses in the Seattle community.

“Seattle is fortunate to have a team like the Seattle Storm who continue to use their platform and their resources to support the diverse woman-owned businesses at the heart of our communities,” said Intentionalist CEO, Laura Clise. “By sponsoring the 20 percent discount on gift certificates from woman-owned businesses in Intentionalist’s Gift Certificate Marketplace, the Seattle Storm is encouraging all of us to #SpendLikeItMatters as we continue our celebration of Women’s History Month.”

Ready? Set. Spend Like It Matters!

Thanks for all that you do to #SpendLikeItMatters! Discover awesome brick + mortar small businesses in your community, suggest your favorites, and be sure that you’re following us on social media (InstagramFacebookTwitter).

Intentionalist is built on one simple idea: where we spend our money matters. We make it easy to find, learn about, and support small businesses and the diverse people behind them through everyday decisions about where we eat, drink, and shop. #SpendLikeItMatters

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