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Business Briefs: Interior Design Center Expands; Bar-None Completes 16 Dugouts; Verizon Wireless 4G LTE Coming to Centralia; Tourism Industry Meeting
[April 19, 2012]

Business Briefs: Interior Design Center Expands; Bar-None Completes 16 Dugouts; Verizon Wireless 4G LTE Coming to Centralia; Tourism Industry Meeting

Apr 18, 2012 (The Chronicle - McClatchy-Tribune Information Services via COMTEX) -- Interior Design Center Expands The Interior Design Center at 915 N.W. State Ave. in Chehalis has expanded.

Owner Rick Fisher has brought together local companies to provide custom kitchens, lifetime granite, lighting and floor coverings, doors and millwork and plumbing fixtures. These new services are in addition to their modular cabinets traditionally offered.

Fisher, who took over the business last May, aims to provide customers with one-stop shopping.

For more information call (360) 748-0116.

Bar-None Construction Has Completed 16 Dugouts for the Lewis County Sports Complex Bar-None Construction has finished building 16 dugouts for the Lewis County sports complex located behind the Centralia High School football stadium. Blakeley and Hout donated the materials for two of the dugouts and Tin Men Supply provided the roof metal for four.

Bar-None donated the labor and the remaining materials. The construction company organized and produced the dugouts, worth about $45,000, in between other projects.

During the stormy weather this winter, three unfinished dugouts were damaged and had to be rebuilt. The 16-dugout project took a year to complete.

Bar-None's next donation project will be installing a deck and ramp for a disabled veteran in Onalaska.

For more information call (360) 736-4724 or visit Verizon Wireless 4G LTE to Launch in Centralia Verizon Wireless will launch the 4G Long Term Evolution network Thursday in Centralia.

The service will now be available to more than two-thirds of the U.S. population in 230 markets around the country including many areas south of Puget Sound. Verizon customers can now experience faster speeds on smartphone and tablet devices.

The Verizon Wireless 4G LTE network customers will have speeds up to 10 times faster than before for wireless data usage when they stream video, share music and photos, download files and surf the Web.

For more information visit Tourism Industry Meeting on May 2 in Chehalis The White Pass Scenic Byway is hosting a tourism industry meeting on Wednesday, May 2 from 1 to 3 p.m. at the Holiday Inn Express in Chehalis.

The White Pass Scenic Byway aims to improve communication between communities and organizations as they relate to promoting area events and activities. Participants will have the opportunity to provide input for the meeting's open agenda.

Maree Lerchen, board president of the White Pass Scenic Byway, will explain the byway projects and programs. Marketing Director Mary Kay Nelson will share information on the newly formed Washington Tourism Alliance, which represents statewide tourism efforts.

Attendees can share what news for their area or organization. Participants will determine the agenda for future meetings. The byway hopes to hold quarterly meetings rotating throughout the county.

Contact Mary Kay Nelson at 360-748-4514 to request a seat.

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