Kent Downtown Partnership offers Breakfast Power Hour Feb. 13

Chance to make business connections

The Kent Downtown Partnership will host the Breakfast Power Hour from 7:30 to 9 a.m. on Thursday, Feb. 13, at Thai Chili restaurant, 211 First Ave. S.

The breakfast provides an opportunity to meet with like-minded professionals and make important business connections. All business owners, managers, entrepreneurs and the general public are welcome.

The Breakfast Power Hour starts at 7:30 a.m. with networking, followed with breakfast and guest speakers with a focus on Kent Downtown Partnership 2020 events and programs, and city updates and initiatives.

The event will be catered by Ubunto Street Café including a delicious Mediterranean/Middle Eastern breakfast cuisine. Space is limited; securing tickets early highly recommended. Tickets are $22.

For tickets and more information, email, call 253-813-6976 or go to

Talk to us

Please share your story tips by emailing

To share your opinion for publication, submit a letter through our website Include your name, address and daytime phone number. (We’ll only publish your name and hometown.) Please keep letters to 300 words or less.

More in Business

Dowell Co. closing after 55 years

‘An icon of Kent’

City of Kent to add large, outdoor warehousing activities to B&O tax

Extension will increase revenue by about $2.1M per year

Drone footage shows partial demolition of the Gateway Movies 8 theater along S. 317th Street in Federal Way on Sept. 13. Photo courtesy of Bruce Honda
Show is over for Federal Way’s Gateway Movies 8 theater

Demolition of building makes room for incoming Sound Transit Federal Way Link Extension.

Pacific Propeller in Kent pays $66,300 EPA penalty

Company failed to report hazardous chemical storage

City of Kent awards grants of $6,500 to 300-plus small businesses

$2.1 million from federal CARES Act funds to combat COVID-19 impact

Facebook purchases unused Bellevue REI headquarters

The companies will also each donate $1 million to the Eastrail

Business stays strong at Nana’s Southern Kitchen in Kent

New restaurant survives economic challenges

595 employees to lose jobs with closure of Kent aerospace company

Carlisle Interconnect Technologies impacted by decline in air travel

REI CEO Eric Artz.
REI still leaving Kent headquarters but not for Bellevue | Update

Company confirms Kent closure; to focus on remote work

Most Read