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Readers Say Thanks

Co. Ranch House is open with the help of friends

Co. Ranch House is finally open and it would not have happened without the help of so many new and old friends. I moved to town 5 days before purchasing Peppo Ninos and Tom moved to Glenwood the same day. We have both been overwhelmed by the welcome we have received by the good folks of Glenwood Springs. So many of you went above and beyond to help make what was a dream a reality. I just want to say a big thank you to Ed and Marty of Mr. Electric, Steve Mauldin and Dennis, David and Joe from Moonlight Concrete, Cari and Sew Vintage in Rifle, James the best trim carpenter ever; Ann, Rick, Pat, Kathleen and Jill from City Hall, Brian of T&E Marshall, Tiffany Merriam (who brought her sewing machine to Ranch to finish the couch), Nicole and Halley at Elizabeth Dean Boutique, Katelyn, Serita and Desiree at Grind who kept us fed throughout the buildout, John Steele and the Shamrock team, Junior at The Art and our amazing staff.

Lastly I need to say thank you to Tony and Angela who have so graciously handed over the reins of what has been a hallmark of downtown Glenwood Springs for 67 years. Hospitality will continue to be the most important thing on the menu at 704 Grand Ave.

Thanks again, I love my new home town!

Krissy Clary

Co. Ranch House

Glenwood Springs

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