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LIFE AT NORTHWEST
Here at Northwest Registered Agent, we believe in the preservation of life, liberty, and the pursuit of ping-pong and pool victories. If someone feels stuck on a project, or simply looking for a challenge, they can feel free to burn some energy during a “friendly” game on one of the tables.
Unlike most jobs, our employees are actually encouraged to leave, at least for lunch breaks, and one of the huge benefits of being downtown is that we’re close to the Spokane River and Riverfront Park. By walking just a few blocks, you can be sitting on a park bench feeding the ducks and watching the river flow past. And Riverfront Park is home to some huge festivals throughout the year, so there’s almost always something going on.
Right outside the doors of the Northwest office, you’ll find dozens of restaurants, food trucks, and bars to satisfy any hunger or thirst you might be experiencing, and we’re always looking for new scouts to let the rest of us know where we can find the best and cheapest food downtown. All help in discovering new treats is welcome.
Although we enjoy our work, our staff welcomes the weekends as well, and we like to kick each one off with Snack Fridays. Everyone doesn’t always bring something to eat, but everyone eats and enjoys each other’s culinary skills.
Speaking of food, each week Northwest has a huge box of organic fruit delivered, so if you’re ever hurting for a snack, you’ll have a good one.
We don’t like to brag, but with little ego we can honestly say odds are that you’ve never worked in an office so beautiful. Exposed brick, refinished hardwood floors—you’ll find no cubicles here—just open space, handmade stand-up desks, and some friendly faces.
We work hard, but we play just as hard, and all of us who work here enjoy some aspect of the absolutely stunning outdoor experiences at our fingertips. Riverfront bike trails and world-class rivers in the summertime. Five amazing ski resorts within a two-hour drive from our front doors in the wintertime. We all feel lucky to live here in the great Northwest.