Greet West Bellevue

Your Stories | Your Photos | Your Community

Welcome! We love serving this community.

Greet is the warm “hello” waiting in your mailbox. Nothing brings us more joy than sharing stories from local residents, exclusively for readers (and neighbors) like you.

We are grateful to serve this amazing community.

Every month, we share never-before-published stories about local residents, businesses, and more.

See below for a few of our recent favorites.

Justis is a 7th grade student at International School.
Artistry in Full Bloom

Justis Truitt's Reflections Contest Success

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A Natural Beauty by Buchan Homes

8830 NE 28th St. Clyde Hill

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A Picture Worth a Thousand Words
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Vallarta Margarita
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Speaking of… : TEDxBellevueWomen Gives Voice on the Eastside
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Western Interlock - The Concrete Advantage

Committed to the Craft

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Step Up to the Plate Benefit Luncheon

Bellevue LifeSpring Raises Over $500,000

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An Interview with Team Foster

Unlocking Home Sale Success in West Bellevue

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Bellevue High Presents The Addams Family
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Savoring the Memories!

2024 Spring Wine Walk Takes Over Old Bellevue's Main Street

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Church cleanup day.
Brothers in Action

Bellevue Siblings Return to Taiwan to Bring Smiles to Foster Kids

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Shaping the Future with Rainier Athletes
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Meet Your Publisher

Lindsay Rucker

Lindsay Rucker

Greet West Bellevue magazine is a community magazine for the homeowners of West Bellevue, Medina, Hunts Point, Yarrow Point, and Clyde Hill, WA

Lindsay and her husband, Shea, have owned their family business since 2013 and now have a small portfolio of magazines. Shea heads up their real estate magazine, Seattle Real Producers, while Lindsay focuses on their community magazines.

Lindsay loves being able to publish positive community-driven stories and give local nonprofits an opportunity for exposure. As result, this also provides a unique opportunity for the best local businesses to reach a very desirable demographic of homeowners in a meaningful way. The business owners she works with love that they can build their brands through trust and word-of-mouth referrals through a partnership that includes both print and digital advertising.

If you'd like to learn about our advertising opportunities or want to get involved, contact us today!

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