PO Box 8792, Spokane, Washington, United States

(509) 818-3306

Trust Us With Your Repairs, Your Garden, or Your Trip to Africa

Trust Us With Your Repairs, Your Garden, or Your Trip to Africa


We can help you! Call us!


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We can help you! Call us!


About Us

Reliable Repair Professionals

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When you need a repair, we are committed to delivering premier customer service that is second to none. It is our highest priority to get the job done right the first time on every assignment. 

Individualized Landscaping Options

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We provide a full consultation to explain available options so that you can choose the service that’s right for your home or business. We strive not only  to meet your project's needs, but also to prevent potential problems in the future. 

Cultural Exchange

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We strive to share our rich culture while making the world a better place and improving the education of children in West Africa. 

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About Karim Koumbassa

Karim Koumbassa, drummer, dancer, choreographer, director and instrument maker from Guinea West Africa, has worked extensively with some of the best and most renowned artists from his country such as Mamady Keita, and Youssouf Koumbassa.  His immense love and appreciation for African Culture drives Karim to be an amazing teacher and performer. 


Before coming to the United States, Karim was the Artistic Director and Choreographer of the performance company Oiseaux Blanc, which previously won 3rd place in the National Dance and Percussion Festival in Conakry, the most prestigious competition in Guinea.  He has performed with many other professional performance companies in Guinea, namely Les Merveilles de Guinee, Ballets Taille, Wassa So, and Kounkouri.


Since arriving in America in May 2005, Karim has performed with many incredible African Artists such as Balaphonist Naby Camara, Djembefolas Karamba Diabate, Bolokada Conde, Muhamed Camara and Guitarist and Vocalist Alpha Yaya Diallo.  Karim has also performed with the Seattle Symphony Orchestra and The Northwest Girls Choir.


While Karim performs with and teaches many of the traditional instruments of West Africa: Djembe, Bolon, Gongoma, N’goni, and Kora, his passion lies with the bass Dunun Drums.  Karim's intimate relationship with rhythm and time coupled with his profound passion for music make him an incredible musician, inspiring teacher, and infectious performer.

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