SnoValleyUnited seeks to create Valley brand
Forty-nine organizations from across the Snoqualmie Valley are taking part in SnoValleyUnited, an effort to develop a common vision and brand for the region.
“We are a medley of cultures, ethnicities, incomes, politics and religions,” said Cindy Krepky, owner of Dog Mountain Farm in Carnation. “But we have one thing in common: community. This is a valley of people that care. I want people to taste, smell, shop, engage, and enjoy this special place. I also want to preserve the essence of the Valley.”
That is the spirit driving the SnoValleyUnited effort. It is modeled after Oregon’s “Rural Tourism Studio,” which has been adopted by eight regions across the state.
Over the next few months the group is planning workshops to develop a common vision for the region and provide sustainable tourism and niche market training. For information, contact Jennifer McKeown, email@example.com.