Puget Sound Business Journal names largest minority-owned businesses

The Puget Sound Business Journal and the University of Washington Minority Business Awards released the list of largest minority-owned businesses on Friday, Dec. 7.

Topping the list is Auburn-based, APA-owned Zones Inc. with a revenue of $1,034,380,000. Zones provides end-to-end technology solutions for organizations in the private and public sectors.

The top 25 also features 11 other APA-owned businesses, including Seattle-based companies Town & Country Markets ($206,200,000), Uwajimaya ($103,500,000), Viet Wah Group ($31,790,000), Christensen O’Connor Johnson Kindness PLLC ($17,730,000), and True Frabications ($11,470,000); Bellevue-based companies Intelius Incorporated ($138,390,000,000), Edifecs Incorporated ($60,190,000), Greater China Incorporated ($22,800,000), and Society Consulting ($12,470,000); Spokane-based Spokane Produce ($68,200,000); Kirkland-based SmarTek 21 LLC ($16,170,000); and Redmond-based Pan Pacific Electronics ($11,000,000). (end)

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