Resilience on Main

Resilience on Main

Resilience on Main

Resilience on Main

Resilience on Main


Main Street businesses (often, and especially now) present tremendous innovation, determination, and generosity. Each month, Main Street organizations from across the state are invited to nominate one of their small businesses that is brightening their community and persevering despite numerous challenges. We’ll be sharing these bright spots here and on social media: @WashingtonMainStreet or @PreserveWA on Facebook, and @PreserveWA on Instagram.

We hope that you’ll join us in celebrating, supporting, and drawing inspiration from these amazing Washington entrepreneurs and small businesses!

 


Main Street Communities & Affiliates

Each Main Street Community and Affiliate is invited to nominate one small business per month to be featured as part of Resilience on Main.

Submit a Nomination


June 2020 Resilience on Main

The second month of Resilience on Main brought us another group of innovative, compassionate, and creative small businesses from across the state: donated meals for seniors at a fine dining restaurant in Gig Harbor; virtual music lessons live from Issaquah;  online clothing sales to benefit essential workers from a boutique in Prosser; an Everett bakery that raised $6,000 for a local food bank;  social media workshops for small businesses from a creative agency in Kent. Click the picture below to read their stories and learn how you can support their work.


May 2020 Resilience on Main 

Resilience on Main kicked off with a collection of creative, determined, and trailblazing small businesses from across the state. From carefully curated care packages to bigfoot-hunting podcasts to meal swaps between downtown neighbors, this roundup features amazing stories from entrepreneurs who have quickly pivoted their business models and adapted to the challenges posed by COVID-19. Click the image below to read about these inspiring Washingtonians and learn how you can help support their work!