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Become a Business Member

Our Business Members are recognized in the community as valuable partners of the Redmond Historical Society.

Business Members are highlighted in our newsletters, at events, and on our website.  We value your partnership and appreciate your willingness to support our mission. We are happy to include a 250 word description of your business, as well as your logo.

The fee for a Business Membership is $250, annually. 

Become a Business Member of the Redmond Historical Society by completing the form below. We also have a PDF version of our membership form, if you prefer.
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Thank you for supporting the Society by signing up for a Business Membership.

Prefer a print version? Download this PDF Business Membership form.

Our Business Members

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The owners began their Ben Franklin Variety store on May 29, 1975 with 5 employees. This was the same week that Bill Gates started Microsoft in Redmond. In late 1979, after a year of tremendous growth in sales with no improvements in profits, the decision was made to enter what was then the still fledgling craft business.


The business became an entertainment, activity-driven business dedicated to outstanding customer service and innovation. They currently carry a full line of crafting products including art supplies, paper crafts, fabric & yarn, craft supplies, bead & jewelry supplies, picture framing, floral, and home decor. 

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Cedar Lawns Memorial Park and Funeral Home is a member of the national network of Dignity Memorial® funeral, cremation and cemetery service providers. The only cemetery in Redmond, we are proud to serve the needs of our community.

The Morelli Family, LLC

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OneRedmond is a highly visible public private partnership recognized for its leadership in the development of strategies, programs, and community events that assure economic and social vitality are intentionally happening sustainably in Redmond.


The OneRedmond initative brings the City of Redmond, the Greater Redmond Chamber of Commerce, the Redmond Economic Development Alliance, and Realize Redmond in closer collaboration.

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Thomas W. is the amazing man behind the scenes and on the front line of Palmers East. He has owned Palmers for the past 15 years and any regular of Palmers will tell you that he is one of the most friendly and hands-on business owners around. He is greatly loved by his customers, employees, and fellow business owners in and around the Redmond area. If you have not had the pleasure of meeting him, go on down today, it is likely that he will be there!

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Site Specific LLC is led by Joe Thurston. Joe is a public artist and studio artist based in Nehalem, Oregon. He grew up along the Willamette River in Portland, and his art contrasts nature with urban structures to this day. He is a grant recipient of the Pollock-Krasner Foundation in New York, and his artwork is recognized for excellence by Americans for the Arts in Washington, DC.

 

This year, Joe is grateful to serve the City of Redmond. He is the arts master planner and lead artist for the new Redmond Senior & Community Center. Joe is collaborating with Opsis Architecture, city leaders, and residents - all to produce vibrant, sophisticated art for RS&CC. Here's to the unveiling of the new building in Spring 2023!

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