LILT turned out to support the Seattle Goodwill’s ESOL programs at their annual Glitter Gala held this year at the Seattle Sheraton. The event (with graphic design by LILT) helped raise over $300,000 to provide classes and support services to students.
LILT did the Puyallup at a gallup this year, just as The Fair just announced a controversial decision to rebrand itself as the Washington State Fair. LILT loves the fair, but we can’t help feeling they’re getting some bad advice. Don’t go changing for some out of towners who can’t pronounce Puyallup!
LILT was out to support the Ruston-Pt. Defiance Business District as they hosted the Ruston Family Fair on Saturday August 11th! LILT helped with graphic design and ran the first annual baking contest. From classic cars to wagon rides, the event was a great success!
Did you know that LILT is owned by women? Yes, and Juel is Hispanic! Oh, you did know? Well… now we have the paperwork to prove it. LILT is officially a Woman/Minority owned business!
LILT recently traveled to New York City and enjoyed the culture and food of the Big Apple along with the vistas of the High Line Park. It’s possible that Juel didn’t enjoy the view as she was dangling above Lower West Side, but with the judicious application of cocktails from The Dove she quickly recovered.
LILT co-founder, Bethany Maines, was out supporting The Academy of Steve Curran Karate at this year’s Junior Daffodil Parade. Bethany, an instructor at the Steve Curran dojo was extremely proud of her students who were selected to be part of the Daffodil color guard that marched at the front of the parade.
LILT stepped out on April Fool’s Day to help support the Broadway Center‘s Star Chefs! Alice in Wonderland themed with a live auction and dinner performances – Star Chefs was a wild success, raising funds to help support arts education in Tacoma and Pierce County. LILT loved the yodeling Alice, delicious hors d’oeuvres, and gorgeous auction items.