Two Mount Si grads named Bellingham’s Top 7 Under 40 business award finalists

  • Thursday, November 2, 2017 2:20pm
  • Business

The winners of the 2017 Top 7 Under 40 Award in Bellingham have been announced and this year, include two Mount Si High School graduates.

Allyson (Rosman) Farrar, a 2006 grad and Courtney Rambo, 2007, were named to the Top 7 Under 40 in the awards program partnership of the Bellingham/Whatcom Chamber of Commerce & Industry, the Whatcom Young Professionals and The Bellingham Business Journal. Farrar works at Scotty Browns Restaurant Group. Rambo, is the director of marketing agency Intellitonic.

Award recipients were nominated by the community in September. A panel of judges made the final selections, based on each nominees’ character, professional accomplishments, and community involvement.

Also nominated are: Ray Deck III, Skookum Kids; Brian Hulsey, Whatcom County Library System; Natalie Ransom, Pozie By Natalie; David Vitt, Kulshan Brewing; and Shultzie Willows, Lydia Place.

All of the finalists will be profiled in the Nov. 6 edition of the Bellingham Business Journal. One of the seven finalists will be named the overall winner on Nov. 9.

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