How Seaplanes Spur Local Business
An excellent article written by fellow passion topic writer from the Washington Beer Blog caught our undivided attention by featuring the Seaplane Kitchen & Bar in Kenmore, Washington which incidentally serves as home for the folks of Kenmore Air and Edo Floats. Trying mightily to stay off the thin ice which usually covers the deep and shark infested dark waters of having alcoholic beverages textually connected to flying airplanes, we’d still like you to pay attention. And go visit, maybe.
We can’t promote (*see legal disclaimer below*) drinking alcohol and flying seaplanes, but what needs some serious pointing out and spotlighting is that seaplanes and the people and companies who operate them, have a tendency to improve their respective communities economic outlook, can create jobs and sometimes greatly influence a companies public presence. How about having a seaplane in your logo? We think that’s awesome and super special, subject to rewarding by our whole community. It should also serve as a reminder and positive result argument for those struggling with allowing seaplanes to come to town.
Next time you drop in with the fine folks at Kenmore Air (say hi from us!) do the deed and walk the half mile to go and visit the Seaplane Kitchen & Bar. Say hi from us there as well, our chances of ever visiting this place are pretty low. If there’s a plane dumpling in the water back at Kenmore, enjoy a cold lemonade (Not a beer, damn it!) and check out their menu. Then send us pictures via [email protected].
(*) Note: Supposedly those with higher values and the ultra-righteous still police the interwebs prowling for innocent people who saw and liked Kyle Franklin’s Drunk Farmer Flying act. There are rumors that the beatings will continue until damn morale improves. Instead, we’ll stay politically squeaky clean, repeating that no good pilot would ever touch alcohol, especially not any seaplane pilot!