Local business people learned more about FUSION’s mission during the Greater Federal Way Chamber of Commerce’s after hours event on Sept. 13 at the Fusion Décor Boutique. Photo courtesy of LaRaye Rushing/Federal Way Chamber

Local business people learned more about FUSION’s mission during the Greater Federal Way Chamber of Commerce’s after hours event on Sept. 13 at the Fusion Décor Boutique. Photo courtesy of LaRaye Rushing/Federal Way Chamber

FUSION hosts chamber after hours in Federal Way

Guests learn about FUSION’s mission and how the boutique benefits local families in need.

Dozens browsed high-end gently used furniture and décor items at the Fusion Décor Boutique and learned more about the organization during the Greater Federal Way Chamber of Commerce after hours event on Sept. 13 at the boutique.

These sessions are an opportunity for local business people to visit and become acquainted with other businesses. Guests enjoyed the ambience of the upscale boutique as well as refreshments while they learned about FUSION’s mission and how the boutique benefits local families in need.

For more information, visit www.fusionfederalway. org.

The next chamber after hours is from 5:30-7 p.m. Oct. 17 at Red Canoe Credit Union, 33616 Pacific Highway S., Federal Way. For more information, visit federalwaychamber.com.

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