Deadline Extension! Submit before November 30th!

Promote your brick and mortar business with the Walking Guide to Fremont!🌙

All listings include your business name, address, phone number, website, plus a 200 character description and coordinates pinpointing your location on the convenient walking map.
The Walking Guide is a reference map geared towards Fremont visitors. The 50,000 printed maps are distributed via the Hysterical Markers throughout Fremont, in area businesses, as mailers to visitors who contact the Chamber, through the Seattle Visitor Bureau and in downtown hotels.

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Join us tomorrow for the Economic Forecast Breakfast!

Wednesday, November 20th | 8AM-9:30AM | Adobe @ 801 N 34th Street
Members $25 | Nonmembers $30
  • How will global economic forces/tariffs impact business and consumer purchasing of goods and services nationally and in Fremont?
  • Will there be a recession next year?
  • How should you take care of your investments in this challenging time?
  • How should I evaluate my current retirement savings efforts?
  • How will national and local elections impact your business?
  • How will the economy and an election year impact your personal finances?
  • What will it mean to you, your business and Fremont with the new makeup of the City Council?
  • Will we be looking at another “head” tax or other new taxes on businesses?


Thank you to our event sponsor, Adobe!

Register for our event here!

The holidays are approaching, promote your deal!

As shopping season approached, we want to remind you that the Chamber has a dedicated page to post your business’ coupons. Members can post any long-lasting deals on the Fremont Deals page! Check out the current deals.

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Mayor Durkan announces $471,337 awarded to 20 organizations for community-initiated projects

Congratulations to Fremont’s own, Friends of the Troll’s Knollfor being awarded a $25,000 grant! Their grant will be used to hire a designer to create a design plan for Troll’s Knoll Park, hire an artist to create and install artwork, and develop local leaders by investing in leadership training in the Pomegranate method. (Community match: $12,780)
Over its 31-year history, more than 5,000 projects have been funded in partnership with the NMF Program, and its investment in neighborhoods can be seen across the city. For information about NMF, visit Learn more about Friends of the Troll’s Knoll.

The 2019 Seattle Marathon course will be running by our Fremont neighborhood again!

Sunday, December 1st
Start: Seattle Center @ 5th + Harrison
Check out the route and scope of the impact:

More than just a barbershop
In 1993, we opened our first shop in the grungy heart of Seattle driven by a simple idea: create a place where all of our friends could hang out and leave feeling better than when they arrive. We didn’t know we’d end up setting a new standard for hair. Hell, we didn’t even know we’d make it past our first month.
Rudy’s is conveniently located in the neighborhoods you call home. Since day one, we’ve created a space where people from all walks of life can come to look and feel good. True to our ‘For Everybody’ roots, Rudy’s is a longtime ally of the LGBTQ community, working with partners like the LA LGBTQ Center and the It Gets Better Project.
Open Everyday 9AM-9PM
Credit Card Processing Services
We exist to stand with the little gal or guy who believes in the american dream and is willing to work to chase it.
We started Gravity Payments because we saw independent businesses being overcharged and underserved by their credit card processor. We knew that wasn’t right, so we decided to lower costs, be completely transparent, and provide better service for community business owners.
The only way to do business is to serve others, do more for them, and charge less. We shape everything we do by this motto. We’re here to support independent business owners and take one more worry off their back—by accepting payments, consulting on business solutions, and providing great customer service.

Fremont Festivus 2019

December 6th @ 5PM – December 8th @ 6PM
Come enjoy and explore the Fun of Fremont for the Holiday Season! Fremont has 100s of shops, restaurants, nightclubs and entertainments going on and Festivus is the weekend we show our seasonal best!
On Friday, December 6th –
5PM – Lenin Lighting as we play ‘traditional’ Festivus games with live music by SeaTown Seattle, Fremont’s own Santa, and the lighting of the statue to celebrate the start of the shopping season!!
6PM – Fremont First Friday Art Walk & Holiday Bazaar as many venues stay open late to show art and artisanal items available for your cultural enlightenment and your gift buying needs
On Saturday, December 7th –
All Day – The Roamin’ Holiday Bazaar is a bingo-like contest where participants can gather stamps, stickers or signatures on an entry sheet (downloadable) and if they get the minimum number they can be entered to win $200 in gift cards!
2PM – 10:30PM – The Fremont Music Festival brings in some special local bands to perform live music in the all ages courtyard of Fremont Mischief Distillery
On Sunday, December 8th –
All Day – The Roamin’ Holiday Bazaar competition continues
10AM – 4PM – The Fremont Holiday Market offers an additional selection of boutique, flea and artisanal items for sale to expand your seasonal gift buying options
For community events, visit the Fremont Chamber calendar or The Fremocentrist calendar.

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