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BUSINESS CLOSEUP ADVERTISING SECTION GOLD SEAL PLUMBING Quality service since 1967 P OLYMPIC GAME FARM


Where UP CLOSE & PERSONAL takes on a whole new meaning


Zebras, llamas and elk are among the 240 animals that inhabit this 80-acre drive-thru safari. Many animals roam freely, and while they are all wild at heart, most are so tame that they will come right up to your vehicle. Up close and personal takes on a new mean- ing when a buffalo sticks its giant head in your window to say hello. Among the 18 species represented are tigers, lions, cougars, prairie dogs, wolves, coyotes, fallow deer, bobcats, sheep, horses and Ti- betan yak. The brown, black and Kodiak bears are always ready with a friendly wave.


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The animals get the star treatment here - and for good reason. The Olympic Game Farm, now celebrating its 40th anniversary, was origi- nally a movie studio, working with Walt Disney. Charlie the Lonesome Cougar, King of the Grizzlies and The Vanishing Prairie are just a few of the classics that were filmed at the Farm or on location in the area. Along with the driving tour, guests can explore the petting farm, fresh- water aquarium, a guided tour through education exhibits and a look into the historical studio barn.


The Olympic Game Farm is not only a popular attraction for tourists


to the Olympic Peninsula, it is a safe haven for “in need” captive-bred animals that are allowed to live out their natural lives with special love and care. If you’re lucky, you might even get a big wet thank you for visiting.


Olympic Game Farm, 1423 Ward Rd, Sequim, WA 98382, (360) 683-4295 www.olygamefarm.com


bjects are closer than they appear. You’ve probably seen that warning on your car’s rear view mirror. Nowhere is it truer than at the Olympic Game Farm in Sequim, Wash- ington.


lumbing technology has changed over time, but one thing has remained consistent - Gold Seal Plumbing’s commitment to prompt, professional service and honest pricing. With more than 75 employees and a warehouse of more than 8,000 plumbing related items at their disposal, Gold


Seal is a full-service plumbing contractor covering the full-spectrum of plumbing needs from 24-hour emergency service to design assistance and light commercial work.


Their fleet of over 25 service trucks are prepared for any emergency.


Each truck carries nearly $10,000 worth of inventory so parts are quick- ly available. They also utilize the latest plumbing equipment such as hydro-jetters and closed circuit video cameras for inspection of drain and sewer lines.


Gold Seal is proud to be the area’s first licensed green plumber with the goal of helping householders and businesses monitor and reduce water and energy consumption. Examples of active conservation meth- ods include plumbing fixtures that use less water during each use. New toilet fixtures have been introduced that use significantly less water for each flush and flow filters help to reduce the amount of water used in showers and sinks.


With state-of-the-art equipment and techniques comes continued formal training. Gold Seal’s servicemen are all licensed journeyman plumbers. “We bring expertise and the ability to diagnose unique prob- lems and repair them correctly to the customer,“ says company Presi- dent Richard Dixon. Over 80 percent of all service calls are repeat or referrals - a glowing testimony to the dedication of Gold Seal’s entire staff and 45 years in business.


Gold Seal Plumbing 5524 E. Boone Ave., Spokane, WA 99212, (509) 795-5590 www.goldsealplumbing.com


Gold Seal’s team of licensed, insured and bonded plumbers are available 24/7 to meet your residential and commercial needs.


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