FastSigns Bellevue Employees Win Award at FastSigns Outside Sales Summit

Melissa Christiansen and Garan Ingersoll, both outside sales professionals at FastSigns of Bellevue, received the Bronze Sales Award at the 2018 FastSigns Outside Sales Summit recently held in Arlington, Texas. This award recognizes sales employees who achieved sales of $300,000 to $499,999 during the 12-month period. The types of custom signs and graphics the Bellevue team provides include wall, window and floor graphics, architectural signs and interior decor graphics, banners and flags, exhibits and displays, wayfinding signs, digital signage and content, vehicle graphics and more.

Snowflake Lane Features More Cast!

Snowflake Lane Producer Greg Thompson will be taking advantage of last season’s new expanded parade route on Bellevue Way this holiday season by featuring the Snowflake Lane Drummers, Dancers and Color Guard to a much greater degree than in the previous 13 years of the holiday event. 

The nearly mile-long loop from Northeast Fourth Street to Northeast Eighth Street will feature 16 colorful holiday floats and more than 250 performers during the 32 days this season.

Greg plans to put the 50 drummers in the parade itself, allowing them to perform “up close and personal” with the crowds on the sidewalks and will alternate the 50 dancing Jingle Belles with the 42 Snow Flurries Color Guard down the center of Northeast Eighth Street, giving them plenty of room to ring in the holidays.

 

Virtually Famous Colocation Northwest Expands Bellevue Data Center

Colocation Northwest, a division of IsoFusion, a provider of internet access and IT services in the Puget Sound region, announced it has completed upgrades to its Bellevue data center to allow for one megawatt of service capacity. The data center, located in Bellevue’s Eastgate neighborhood, completed a four-fold capacity increase from 250 kilowatts to one megawatt.

The Bellevue data center supplies Tier I connectivity, the highest level of data and internet communications via Colocation Northwest’s redundant fiber network. Colocation Northwest operates a proprietary 180Gbps dark fiber loop that circles Lake Washington and interconnects all of the company’s data centers with additional network fiber routes to Colocation Northwest’s California locations and trans-Pacific network access points to Asia and Pacific ring networks. 

The expansion included a state-of-the-art data center wing, immediately occupied by a video game publisher and distributor. The Colocation Northwest Bellevue data center offers powerful computing for Eastside businesses in their own community with the option for systems management and connectivity to Colocation Northwest’s West Coast redundant network of data center locations.