Both organizations will continue to exist separately, but Robert Hansen, who has been at the helm of the Wine Alliance, will also lead Visit Walla Walla.
The changes will allow guests downtown to continue gathering in what will be better engineered platforms while restrictions on indoor spaces are in place, Walla Walla's deputy city manager said.
Largely targeting restaurants, delis and other providers of food, the business is also a grocery game-changer for traditional consumers who buy in bulk.
The nation's largest retailer said Wednesday that more of its doorbuster deals will be reserved for online, as a way to steer more shoppers away from its stores.
Wall Street closed out its best week in three months Friday as investors drew encouragement from ongoing negotiations on Capitol Hill aimed at delivering more aid to the ailing U.S. economy.
COVID-19 may have brought a premature end to the ski and snowboard season at Bluewood in March. But with $230,000 of new building investments, operators are navigating pandemic requirements with a target opening of Dec. 12.
The noon presentation takes place Thursday and will present insights on the economy, markets and portfolio management strategies. A question-and-answer session will also be offered.
Eligible businesses must operate in the city of Walla Walla and have anywhere from 0 to 50 employees. Applicants have one week to apply.
Business grants and financial aid remain for retailers in the city of Walla Walla and the surrounding county struggling during the coronavirus pandemic.
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