Help Us Name this Room! (and Win...)

October 03, 2016

Although Eighth Generation's brick and mortar store at Pike Place Market has been open since early September, we haven't had a chance to address some essential tasks because we've been working nonstop. One of those is finding a catchy and meaningful name for the versatile meeting/gallery space adjacent to our store, and we need your help. Please watch the video below and share your suggestions for the room name here on our blog, Facebook page, Instagram or Youtube. If we choose your suggestion, we will send you a generous Eighth Generation care package worth over $300.  Contests ends when we find the perfect name!

 

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