Ryan Summerlin April 20, 2014
Window restoration shop opens in Glenwood
The Glass Guru just opened a new location in Glenwood Springs owned by Daniel Lahti. The Glass Guru of Glenwood Springs is a full-service glass shop that offers restoration and replacement services for windows, doors, screens and more. The moisture removal restoration process by The Glass Guru can get rid of the moisture in dual pane windows for about half the cost of replacement glass and is backed by a 10 year warranty.
Lahti has been in the construction industry in the Roaring Fork Valley for more than 10 years and was intrigued by The Glass Guru because of the restoration processes it offers. He saw the value of such services after seeing many failed windows replaced. He found there are less expensive and better options available rather than window replacement. For more information or a free estimate call 970-456-6832 or visit www.TheGlassGuruofGlenwoodSprings.com
Beyond Colorado: How to Bring Your Products and Services to the Global Marketplace
Colorado set records in 2012, as manufactured, agricultural, and mineral exports grew 11.3 percent. Find out how you and your business can take advantage of this trend at Beyond Colorado: How to Bring Your Products and Services to the Global Marketplace from 10-11:30 a.m. Wednesday, June 19, at the Colorado Mountain College Glenwood Center, 1402 Blake Ave. in Glenwood Springs. Whether you’re an entrepreneur or a small or medium-sized business owner, you may have an opportunity to grow your consumer base outside of the U.S. Presented by the Office of U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet, CMC, RFBRC, RREDC, SBDC, Vail Valley Partnership, and the Colorado Bar Association Intellectual Property Section. Free.
Fullerton joins Blizzard Internet Marketing
Blizzard Internet Marketing Inc. announces the addition of Eric Fullerton, MBA with an emphasis in Marketing/eCommerce, to its Glenwood Springs-based team.
Fullerton joins the firm in the position of Vice President of Sales and Marketing. As a sales and marketing leader, Eric also has a unique Internet marketing and technology implementation background. His expertise has helped many leading companies find innovative solutions online that have led to increases in business and enhanced ROI. In addition to his 13 years of employment in eCommerce/Web Architecture and Marketing positions with Aspen/Snowmass Resort, Stay Aspen Snowmass, Sport Obermeyer, and Ski.com, Eric has consulted and helped transform the online presence of more than 150 websites in the hospitality and online industries. Eric holds bachelors degrees from UC Santa Cruz in Philosophy and Psychology and a MBA from the University of Phoenix. He is also known in hospitality and SEO industry circles for his cutting edge, engaging and entertaining conference presentations/workshops.
For more information on Blizzard Internet Marketing, Inc. please visit: www.blizzardinternet.com or call 888-840-5893.
James D. Kellogg now providing writing and marketing services
James D. Kellogg, the author of “Radical Action: A Colt Kelley Thriller,” is now offering writing and marketing services. He taps insight from 15 years of professional experience in consulting and writing. His strengths are creativity, solid writing and concise understanding of purpose.
Services are customized to the requirements of each client. Articles, press releases and brochures are among Kellogg’s specialties, but he is skilled with most types of writing and editing. James helps every prospective client assess needs during an initial no-cost, no-obligation consultation.
For a limited time, new clients of James D. Kellogg can obtain a complimentary paperback copy of “Radical Action: A Colt Kelley Thriller.” Call (970) 274-6100, email email@example.com or visit www.jamesdkellogg.com to learn more.
Speckled Feather moving to larger location
The Speckled Feather Mercantile, in downtown New Castle, is moving to a larger location. As of July 3 it will be next door to its former space at 303 W. Main St., occupying the space that previously held the offices of New Hope Church.
Now with a larger workshop area, classes will be offered weekly in paper crafting, scrapbooking, mixed media, jewelry making and more. Over the summer there will be crafting classes that are kid-friendly. The new space offers a much larger work room where patrons are welcome to come and work on their projects anytime the store is open.
The Speckled Feather Mercantile is an artists’ collective comprising independent designers with a focus on the local entrepreneur.
For more information and class schedules, contact owners Elyse Hutchinson and Denise Groves at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 970-573-6378.