Law leads TwispWorks economic development efforts – Methow Valley News

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Patrick Law

TwispsWorks has appointed Patrick Law as its new director of economic development, overseeing a variety of valley-wide programs for local businesses.

Law is already familiar on the TwispWorks campus as the owner of the FORK food truck, which he purchased three years ago. He took up his new post in June.

Law will be responsible for overseeing TwispWorks’ economic programs and advocacy efforts to help boost the economic and cultural vitality of the Valley, including business outreach, the Methow Investment Network, small business resilience grants companies, the Methow Made marketing program and the Methow Valley Goods store. on the TwispWorks campus.

According to TwispWorks, Law is a New Hampshire native who attended Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon, after which he returned to the Northeast, where he lived in Boston, New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine. He has worked for several non-profit organizations and completed a year of AmeriCorps, providing weatherization services to low-income residents of rural Vermont.

Law eventually moved to Seattle, where he helped run two busy farmers’ markets and two food banks. He moved to the Methow Valley in 2017 and worked for several small businesses before taking over FORK.

In a recent appearance before members of the Winthrop Chamber of Commerce, Law said he intended to be a resource for local business needs.

Contact Law at [email protected], or call (509) 997-3300.


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