Volunteers process 866 tax returns during tax season
The United Way’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance site processed more than 1 million in tax refunds for low- and middle-income Spokanites during the recently concluded tax season.
The site was staffed by 70 IRS-certified student volunteers from Gonzaga University, three from Eastern Washington University and seven from Whitworth University.
The volunteers filed 866 electronic and paper returns, according to Andrew Brajcich, Gonzaga assistant professor of accounting.
Business offering online marketing, advertising services launches
The marketing division of The Spokesman-Review has launched Triple-Nine Digital to help businesses harness the potential of online marketing and advertising solutions.
Triple-Nine handles everything a business needs to attract and convert new customers while serving existing customers better, according to a company news release.
Triple-Nine’s services include targeted online advertising, search-engine marketing, social media and listing management, responsive website builds, content creation, email and text marketing, Google 360 tours, among others.
Learn more at www.triple9digital.com or by calling (509) 459-5237.
Sandwich chain location donate $13,650 for Rypien program
Jersey Mike’s Subs celebrated its ninth annual “Day of Giving” on March 28, with all sales receipts from the chain’s donated to Providence Health Care Foundation’s Andrew Rypien School Program.
Jersey Mike’s raised $13,650 for the program, which supports children who have to spend time away from school while hospitalized.
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