WA CEOs, Business Leaders Support Public Lands Legacy
Dozens of local CEO’s and executives of Washington-based companies sent a letter to the key House and Senate Committees and the Washington Congressional delegation in support of a handful of public lands bills pending in Congress. The letter supported enacting a public land legacy for Washington State including legislation to expand the Alpine Lakes Wilderness and designate two Wild and Scenic Rivers near Snoqualmie Pass. The result is an impressive and powerful collection of 45 executives from around the state including leadership form the Seattle and Kittitas County Chambers of Commerce, The Tri Cities Economic Development Council, the Washington Clean Technology Alliance, Alaska Air Group, Tully’s Coffee and many more. Read the WA Public Lands Business Leader Letter.