• Raise a Glass to Bellevue

    POSTED July 13, 2021

The Craft Beer Passport is a Sudsy Perk for Attendees

There are lots of reasons to plan a gathering in Bellevue—beauty, hospitality, a mix of urban and outdoor adventures, terrific venues. For attendees who are beer aficionados, there’s a new perk that is certain to be highly appealing: the free Puget Sound Craft Beer Passport. Designed to celebrate the local world-class craft brewing scene, the exclusive mobile passport is a guide to a collection of curated craft brewery experiences at dozens of participating locations. Among the taprooms are Flying Lion, Jellyfish, Cloudburst, No Boat, Outer Planet and Old Stove—each as unique and colorful as its name. visitbellevuewa.com/things-to-do/puget-sound-craft-beer-passport

For the last six decades, Stafford’s Hospitality has provided waterfront dining and historic lodging throughout Northern Michigan. Now Stafford’s is entering a new chapter with the retirement of both Stafford Smith, the company’s founder, and Dudley Marvin, Stafford’s longtime business partner and former president of the company.


Welcome to Michigan! Boutique Hotel Professionals, a management company specializing in boutique hotels and luxury experiences, has launched its operations, establishing its headquarters in Plymouth, Michigan. Currently, the organization manages The Inn at St. John’s, an AAA Four Diamond resort with a 27-hole golf course and 48,000 square feet of meeting space for corporate events as well as luxury weddings.


On September 1, over 1,500 businesses across the country illuminated their buildings with red lights to draw attention to the devastation that the live events and performance art industries have faced as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.