Welcome to WSB’s fourth sponsor

This morning, Click! Design That Fits in the Admiral District clickforpost.jpgjoins Hotwire Coffee, Garlic Jim’s Pizza, and Prudential NW Realtor Bill Barna on the growing list of West Seattle businesses sponsoring WSB to reach out to you and the thousands of other local folks who come here daily for 24/7/365 West Seattle news, information, and discussion. (Read our “why ads on WSB?” explanation here.) Click! Design That Fits is at 2210 California Ave. SW, a few blocks north of Admiral (map and hours are on the Click! site), and just celebrated its third anniversary; as Click! owners Frances and John Smersh explain on their website, they opened the shop “to bring contemporary design to our neighborhood of West Seattle … We believe that everyday things should be conscientiously made, functional for the task they were designed to accomplish, and should contribute beauty to daily life.” They also offer online shopping at the Click! site, with gorgeous pix of the jewelry Frances designs and makes by hand, and much more, including a “gift ideas” page. To find out more about joining them as a WSB sponsor, click here to see how to get in touch with our WSB Sales Guy. And thanks again to you and everyone for being part of the WSB community!

5 Replies to "Welcome to WSB's fourth sponsor"

  • Jan November 10, 2007 (10:40 am)

    YAYYYY !!!!!

  • GenHillOne November 10, 2007 (11:00 am)

    WSB – so glad to see you’re getting such a response to advertising. And businesses take note, it works! Somehow I have missed Click’s existence entirely and it looks like my kind of place. I’ll be there soon.

  • Sue November 10, 2007 (8:57 pm)

    I agree, GenHillOne – I’ve passed Click and never felt inclined to go in before. But after checking out their website and signing up for the newsletter, I have a better sense of what’s in there and will definitely check it out.
    Same with Hotwire – I know it’s there, but never went in. But with a free latte coupon, that’ll definitely get me in there to check it out and see what I’ve been missing.

  • Cruiser November 10, 2007 (9:46 pm)

    Stop outside this joint twice daily, have never seen a soul in there, hopefully for their sake all their business is online:)

  • ms_f November 11, 2007 (2:26 pm)

    I’ve been there many times. It’s often a quiet shop, but they do seem to get plenty of walk-in business. Last year I did a lot of gift-shopping there for the holidays. I love just about everything they carry, especially the unique jewelry that the owners design & make themselves. They also live in the neighborhood. Check it out, if you haven’t.

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