Family Business Awards
Video Recap: 2017 Seattle Business Magazine Family Business Awards
Congratulations to all of this year's winners!
The 2017 Family Business Awards celebrated family-owned businesses from all over Washington. Characteristics like grit, determination, communications and strategy are common to family businesses putting their stamps on industries ranging from agriculture to boatbuilding across the state. The event celebrated small businesses like Kristoferson Farms, mid-size firms like Hewes Marine Company, along with transforming companies…
The Winners: 2017 Seattle Business Magazine Family Business Awards
See the winners of this year's awards here.
Grit. Determination. Communication. Strategy. All are characteristics common to family businesses putting their stamps on industries ranging from agriculture to boatbuilding across the state of Washington. At the same time, these legacy companies make concrete commitments to transferring ownership to succeeding generations. This year, Seattle Business magazine celebrates 11 recipients of Family Business Awards for…
2017 Family Business Awards, Business Transformation: Twin Brook Creamery
Lynden-based Twin Brook Creamery has been owned by the Stap family since 1910.
FANS OF JERSEY GIRLS: Larry and Debbie Stap own Twin Brook Creamery with their daughter, Michelle Tolsma, and Michelles husband, Mark Tolsma. Photo by Hayley Young. This article appears in print in the December 2017 issue. Click here for a free subscription. A decade ago, Twin Brook Creamery stopped supplying raw commodity milk to Darigold…