Greater Seattle Business Association

Greater Seattle Business Association

The Greater Seattle Business Association (GSBA) is a Seattle, Washington-based lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT), and allied chamber of commerce. The majority of the organization's membership are small businesses located throughout the Puget Sound area. The association counts a few large corporations as members, including: Microsoft, Starbucks, Wells Fargo, Washington Mutual (now JPMorgan Chase, Safeco Insurance, and American Family Insurance. The association's mission is to combine business development, leadership, and social activism to expand economic opportunities for the LGBT community and allies.

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