Washington Council of the Blind
“Full Steam Ahead!”

Exhibits 2016

Seattle Airport Marriott hotel
Friday, November 4, 2016, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Audio Book Ministries

A free lending library; Mission: to provide wholesome, inspirational recorded material for people who cannot read due to blindness, visual impairment or other disabilities.

BackTpack LLC

An ergonomic carrying system consisting of double side bags that trains good posture, reduces pain, improves balance, and provides easy access to all items while bag is worn, both sitting and standing.

Bazyn Communications

Braille and print greeting cards, tote bags, thumb drives and books in alternative formats.

City Of Seattle
City of Seattle ADA Title II Program

Department of Services for the Blind (DSB)

Inclusion, Independence, and Economic Vitality for People with Visual disabilities.

eSight Eyewear

Mobile electronic glasses that help people with low vision see!

Girmay Z Micael Professional

GZM Provides Web accessibility and usability testing, training, consulting, technical support, information and referral services.

Guide Dogs for the Blind

Providing highly qualified, guide dogs to serve and empower individuals who are blind or have low vision throughout the United States and Canada, free of charge, including vet care, personal training and extensive post training.

Guide Dog Users of Washington State

Providing support and resources for guide dog users and anyone interested in guide dogs, and selling APH calendars and dog related products.


888 308-0059
Visit IRIE-AT for a hands-on demonstration of INDEX Braille embossers, ALVA Braille displays, Tactile View, Tactile Graphics solutions, Low Vision Equipment and more!

Keri’s Kreation

Handmade jewelry, organic soaps, and fashion ware.

The Lighthouse for the Blind, Inc.

206-322-4200 / 800-914-7307
Employment opportunities and Information on The Lighthouse in Seattle, Spokane, and other locations.


Microsoft’s Disability Answer Desk is where people with disabilities can get support with Microsoft products and accessibility features.

MTBSolutions, LLC

Providing braille and Large Print educational publications for day today living with stress, at no charge, and access to the bible and other publications on the JW website.


An intuitive wearable device with a smart camera empowering people who are blind, visually impaired, have a reading disability or other conditions.

PCAB and Tacoma Tide Beep Ball Club
Selling Almond Roca Candy and T-shirts.

Scentsy Wickless Candles

Scentsy is a safe way to enjoy fragrant candles without a flame, and other products for laundry, home, car and personal care.


206-525-5556 / 800-458-4888
Providing products and services that compensate for functional loss due to low vision.

Silva Resume Services

Professional resume writing and interview coaching.

South Kitsap Council of the Blind (SKCB)
Selling Crafts, bottled water and raffle tickets for a 50-50 drawing to be held at the banquet, and a second Drawing for gift cards for Fred Myer, Wal-Mart, Subway, and Starbucks to be held at SKCB’s November meeting. Winners will be contacted.

Speak to Me Catalog

Selling practical, fun, talking and musical products to give for any occasion.

Unlimited Vision

Clark Roberts is a blind author and a motivational speaker, who has written a book “Wags to You-Short and Long Dog Tails” about his journey through sight loss, his 5 guide dogs and people he’s met along the way.

Vanda Pharmaceuticals
Information on the disorder of NON-24 Sleep Wake Disorder.

Vision Loss Connections – Ski for Light

Making outdoor recreation accessible and affordable to people who are blind.

Vision Matters

Enhanced Vision video-magnifiers for the sight impaired.

Washington Access Fund

Funding for assistive technology devices, and business equipment.

Washington Assistive Technology Act Program

Providing Assistive Technology resources, to all Washington Residents to aid in making better decisions about and obtaining the technology needed to live, learn, work and play independently.

Washington State School for the Blind

Education and products for the blind and Visually Impaired.

Washington Talking Book and Braille Library

800-542-0866 / 206-615-1588
A free, comprehensive library service for anyone in Washington who is unable to read standard print.