Olympic Hot Tub Honors Its Company Founders with October 1-31 Fundraising Event

Olympic Hot Tub's second annual Founder's Day Sale Event to benefit homelessness. Our partner this year is Path for Change, a group that helps the homeless through art education and training. Our goal is to help raise $15,000.00SEATTLE WA –   Olympic Hot Tub hosts its annual Founder’s Event from October 1 to 31, 2018 to honor company founders Alice Cunningham and Blair Osborn. Olympic Hot Tub will donate a portion of each Hot Spring Spa, Finnleo Sauna, Freeflow Spa and Covana Automated Gazebo sold in the month of October. Don Riling, president of Olympic Hot Tub, launched the annual Founder’s Event as a way to give back to the community his company has been a part of for over forty years. Each year Olympic Hot Tub selects a beneficiary that supports area organizations that serve those struggling with hunger and homelessness. This year’s recipient, Path with Art transforms the lives of people recovering from homelessness, addiction, and other trauma through creative engagement.

Holly Jacobson, Executive Director from Path with Art explains, “Our work serving people recovering from homelessness, addiction, and other trauma harnesses the power of creative engagement as a bridge to community and a path to stability. Every penny donated to support our programs changes not just lives –but the communities in which we live. We are truly grateful to Don Riling and Olympic Hot Tub for their financial contributions and support of our organization.  It will go a long way.”

Don Riling has set this year’s donation goal at $15,000. He understands the value of having a creative outlet and is committed to giving back to the community where he does business. Don encourages others to donate directly to Path with Art this month. Interested parties may visit www.pathwithart.org/donate for more information on what and how to donate.

About Olympic Hot Tub

Olympic Hot Tub was founded in 1977 and pioneered hot tubbing in the Pacific Northwest. The company has grown to six retail locations over the past 40 years that include Seattle, Everett, Issaquah, Fife, Lacey and Woodinville stores, as well as a service/outlet center in Auburn. Olympic Hot Tub introduced the concept of free “test soaks” to the marketplace and has remained an industry leader in customer service and satisfaction. The company is dedicated to educating the public about the health and wellness benefits of frequent hot tub and sauna use. They support the local community with their Fall Founders and springtime Heroes Events. Their fundraising efforts benefit Northwest-based first responders, military, teachers, hunger, homeless, arts, and LGBTQ-related entities.

Details at: www.olympichottub.com

About Path with Art

Path with Art transforms the lives of people recovering from homelessness, addiction, and other trauma by harnessing the power of creative engagement as a bridge to community and a path to stability. Since 2008, Path with Art has been at the forefront of a growing international movement that utilizes the power of art as a means to bring dignity, awareness, and healing to the complexities of the issues surrounding homelessness, and recovery from trauma.  As a long-time leader in this field, the Path with Art model is currently being sought out and recognized by communities both nationally and internationally. Path with Art serves low-to-no income adults in active recovery from domestic abuse, homelessness, addiction, mental illness, and other trauma who are working to rebuild their lives. The students are referred to Path with Art by over 30 social service partners. These include housing providers such as Plymouth Housing, the YWCA, and the Downtown Emergency Services Center as well as social service and mental health agencies such as the Community Psychiatric Clinic and Recovery Café.

Author: Don Riling

Don Riling is the President of Olympic Hot Tub and has been an active member of the hot tub industry for over 27 years. As the company’s owner since 2016, he has continued Olympic’s legacy of promoting health & wellness through water.

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