B.I. Bakery is big winner in ‘Best of” contest

B.I. Barkery was recently named the runner-up in KING5’s “Best of Western Washington” contest for Best Pet Boutique, edging out 22 other businesses for the second place slot.

  • Saturday, January 2, 2016 10:16am
  • Business

B.I. Barkery was recently named the runner-up in KING5’s “Best of Western Washington” contest for Best Pet Boutique, edging out 22 other businesses for the second place slot.

More than 135,000 participants cast their vote in the annual competition.

Established in 2012, B.I. Barkery specializes in items for dog and dog lovers, including organic and specialty treats, gear and toys, as well as home decor and wearables.

This was the first year the downtown store competed in the Pet Boutique category; last year, it was listed in the Best Pet Supplies category and finished 19th out of more than 100 companies.

“B.I. Barkery strives not only to provide unique wares for dogs and their owners, but also to be an integral partner in our community,” said owner Kim Coletti.

“That’s why we’re so honored that our customers selected us among their favorite places to shop. We look forward to being a part of their pets’ lives for years to come,” Coletti added.

To learn more, view B.I. Barkery’s profile on Best of Western Washington: www.best.king5.com/b-i-barkery/biz/651595.

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