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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Our Business Members

Microsoft is the world's leading producer of computer software. Microsoft was incorporated in 1981, but the company's roots go back at least as far as 1975, when the first commercially available personal computer appeared on the cover of Popular Electronics.

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.

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!

Sotheby's represents fine homes, luxury estates, and condominiums throughout the entire East Side, including Redmond, Woodinville, Sammamish, Bellevue and the greater Puget Sound region. We're thrilled to be a part of Redmond and its lively, diverse community that blends nature and culture so seamlessly. 

VALA, Venues for Artists in the Local Area, Eastside, is a 501c3, non-profit arts organization originally founded in Redmond, WA. Currently based in Kirkland, WA, VALA Eastside is committed to connecting artists to artists, artists to the community, and the community to art.

The owners began their Ben Franklin Variety store on May 29, 1975 with 5 employees. The business became an entertainment, activity-driven business dedicated to outstanding customer service and innovation. From 1986 to 1996, the staff grew from less than 30 to more than 80 dedicated, creative people.

In 2013, owner and developer of The Bellevue Collection, Kemper Freeman, Jr., generously made a five-year commitment to make an annual $1,000 donation to the Society. Freeman's support reflects his close ties to Redmond, having spent fourteen summers working at the farm at Marymoor while growing up.

In 2014, Happy Valley Grange #322 generously made a $1,000 donation and in 2015 the group duplicated that donation and committed to a full five-year annual $1,000 donation to the Society. The Happy Valley Grange was founded in 1909, and the organization is still active today as a community service organization, meeting in the historic Happy Valley Grange building, which was built in 1912. Duane Isackson is master of the Happy Valley Grange. He and his wife Joanne are Members of the Society.

HyGen Pharmaceuticals, Inc. is a leading independent wholesaler of prescription and specialty pharmaceuticals located in Redmond, Washington. The company was founded in 1993 with the goal of becoming trusted partner to independent pharmacies, long term care facilities and mail order pharmacies across the nation.

Urban Dakota Creative is a graphic designer and production artist with a marketing background. Design to make eye appealing and engaging while keeping feasibility of both design, printing and production costs while working from initial concept, proofing to completion of final product within determined deadline.

The FTI Group is a family-owned business specializing in high-security checks and documents.

Cory de Jong II and his ten-year-old son started Cory de Jong & Son, Inc in 1950 with one delivery truck that delivered sawdust and shavings to local farms. Sixty-Eight years later Cory de Jong III, his daughter Shannon (The Girl) de Jong and great grandson Cornelius de Jong IV continue Cory Sr's legacy that we all know today as de Jong Sawdust & Shavings and de Jong's Avondale Bark & Topsoil. Now with multiple locations (Redmond and Lake Stevens) we're still supplying local farms with animal bedding and quality landscape products for satisfied customers all over the Puget Sound area.

Positioned in the heart the trailblazing tech community of Redmond, this Hilton hotel will offer guests state of the art amenities with real world viability. Seamlessly marrying modern features and design with the stunning natural beauty found in the pacific northwest. On-site restaurant, Fork & Spoke features locally sourced creative plates, along with a private dining room perfect for intimate gatherings. Our robust and flexible meeting space, along with stunning roof top patio, are ideal for both corporate and social events.

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