Greet West Bellevue
Delivering neighborhood connections to your mailbox every month.
Welcome! Let’s get to know our neighbors.
We know genuine connections with neighbors across town and business owners down the street make for a more meaningful experience. And we believe getting to know people in our community should be simple. That’s why Greet meets you where you are – your mailbox.
We are grateful to serve this amazing community.
Every month, we share stories from and about different residents within our neighborhood.
See below for a few of our recent favorites.
A Winery Built on Blending Family & Tradition
Browne Family VineyardsRead More
Doing Things The Wright Way On & Off the FieldRead More
Dominating the High School Sports Scene as a Dual Sport Athlete
Meet BHS Junior, Alex Buck!Read More
Flipping Back to the Top: Bellevue Girls Gymnastics Team Makes Comeback!Read More
Inclusive AestheticsRead More
Run the World Ria!Read More
Showcasing True Excellence in Hospitality at the Bellevue ClubRead More
Spiced Pear DaiquiriRead More
Spinach & Bacon QuicheRead More
SPLASHForward is Advocating for Affordable Access to Aquatic Programming for AllRead More
St. Thomas School's Students Showcase Their Talent in Seussical, Jr.Read More
When the Ordinary Won't Do...Read More
Greet is made possible by the great local businesses who support this magazine. If you’re ever in need, please keep them in mind!
Meet Your Publisher
Greet West Bellevue magazine (formerly, Points Living), 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!
As neighbors and business owners, we believe it’s our connections to one another that gives meaning and joy to being part of this wonderful community. The Greet magazine experience is all about connecting and getting to know the other people in our community. We love that!
Fredda and Steven Goldfarb
Owners, Alvin Goldfarb Jeweler
Greet West Bellevue Magazine is clean, sophisticated, and reflects the style and culture of the West Bellevue landscape. There are interesting stories about local initiatives and local heroes, and delicious recipes that are not too intricate to replicate at home. The publication staff is so wonderful and easy to work with when it comes to the advertising back-end.
Mary Ellen Engman
Marketing & Communications Manager, KidsQuest Children’s Museum
I am always excited to receive my Greet magazine in the mail! I love the friendly feel of a small community magazine with the sophistication of a slick big-city publication. It's so fun to see someone you know on the cover or to learn about people in my own community that I have not yet met. I also really enjoy seeing the families portrayed in the magazine. We are all so busy with life. It’s nice to see how families interact and the interesting things they are doing. We are also a community of very talented and interesting people and I learn something every time I pick up the magazine. Greet magazine lifts up our community; the news is about the people and places where I live, and I love knowing what is happening in my neighborhood. I also appreciate the magazine’s support of non-profit organizations and charitable events. It's great to see how our residents pull together to support those in need.
Community Volunteer & Leader