On January 14 Seattle Center, the Office of Arts & Culture (ARTS), and the Office of Film + Music convened a dynamic group of small businesses and arts and cultural organizations to learn more about the upcoming permanent closure of the Alaskan Way Viaduct, the new SR 99 tunnel that will open in early February, the other upcoming challenges to our transportation system, and the opportunities to connect as we build a better city.
The meeting’s primary purpose was to collectively brainstorm promotional opportunities, share best practices and other ideas for attracting customers to your business during this highly impactful period.
You will find the presentations and notes from the brainstorming session here:
A big thank you to everyone who presented, Seattle Department of Transportation, Visit Seattle, Commute Seattle, and Seattle Center and everyone who came and participated in our fun brainstorming session.
Please feel free to send any questions or inquiries our way: ARTS, Erika Lindsay, Communications Manager (206.684.4337); Seattle Center, Denise Caruso, Marketing Development, (206.733.9711); Office of Film + Music, Scott Plusquellec, Nightlife Business Advocate, (206.256.5152)