THANK YOU!

It is with gratitude that we thank the Jackson Street Jazz Walk sponsors! This event is only possible with their generosity and support.

2016 Presenting Sponsor

Vulcan Inc.

www.vulcan.com

Vulcan Inc. is a nimble private company based in Seattle, Washington working to solve some of the biggest global issues. The projects and investments we pursue are inspired by the ideas of our founder Paul G. Allen and tethered to a simple principle; we use data to inform our efforts and seek out opportunities that can make a positive impact—and share what we learn.

Vulcan supports innovative approaches that can save endangered species, address climate change, improve ocean health, explore new frontiers, research how the human brain works and build sustainable communities. Brain science and basketball, community space and outer space, art and artificial intelligence—at Vulcan, we strive to answer big questions asked by our founder, and by the world. If we can understand the mysterious organ, the brain, we can pave the way towards understanding diseases like Alzheimer’s. If we can change the economics of space launches, we can change space travel and exploration. If we can get the formula right for a new kind of downtown neighborhood, it becomes a guide for the innovation centers of tomorrow.

With a local focus and a global reach, Vulcan’s programs, projects and initiatives bring together industry leaders collaborating across disciplines to discover and develop smart, data-driven solutions and create inspiring experiences that help us tackle some of the world’s toughest challenges.

Dan Sanchez, Realtor

Specializing in helping people sell and buy their dream home in the Central District, Dan has been a realtor for over seventeen years. With block by block knowledge of the area and an active member of many of the neighborhood community and political groups, he has is pulse on what makes the CD one of Seattle most unique neighborhoods. If you’re in the market for a new home or looking to relocate, Dan Sanchez is one of the most familiar realtors working in the area today.

Uncle Ike’s

http://uncleikespotshop.com

Located at 23rd/Union, Uncle Ike’s carries a wide variety of cannabis flowers, edibles, and concentrates at the best price in town! With a Pot Shop and a Glass &  Goods store on-site, Uncle Ike’s is the ultimate one-stop shop for recreational marijuana in the city of Seattle.

Ken Steiner of Home Street Bank

Ken Steiner is a loan officer with HomeStreet Bank’s downtown office and has been helping people buy homes since 1991.  He is a mortgage expert for both purchase and refinance loans, and has a special expertise in construction and renovation lending.  In addition, Ken is a scholar on the music of Duke Ellington, and is pleased to be sponsoring the 2017 Jackson Street Jazz Walk.

The Low Income Housing Institute

lihi.org

The Low Income Housing Institute develops, owns and operates housing for the benefit of low-income, homeless and formerly homeless people in Washington state; advocates for just housing policies at the local and national levels; and administers a range of supportive service programs to assist those we serve in maintaining stable housing and increasing their self-sufficiency.

LiHi supports live music opportunities for everyone, regardless of income, through regular programming at the Ernestine Anderson House, including last year’s Upbeat On Jackson music series.

Entre Ríos Books

www.entreriosbooks.com

Entre Ríos Books is a new publisher in the Central District printing collaborations between poets, artists and translators. Recent books include The After, by poet Melinda Mueller which features a printed score and CD by Seattle experimental jazz band, Syrinx Effect, a project by the incredible and inventive Kate Olson and Naomi Siegel. Fall books include new work by Aaron Shurin, Maya Zeller + Carrie DeBacker, and new book by Melinda Muller with score by Lori Goldston.

No Logos, but just as important! THANKS

Judkins Park Community Council
Jackson Place Community Council
Knox Gardner & Victor Chudnovsky