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Many local small-business owners face a major gap in insurance coverage, says Clare Schachter, of Neil-Garing Insurance in Glenwood Springs, a Trusted Choice agency.

Trusted Choice agencies are insurance and financial services firms offering consumers a broad selection of insurance policies and financial services products.

Neil-Garing Insurance represents multiple insurance companies, offering a variety of personal and business coverage choices. Call 945-9111.

– All Mountain Mortgage Inc. Lori Osborn/Connie Lynne, Basalt. 927-9970.

– Calamity Jane’s Tomboy Tattoos, Jane Nemhauser, Carbondale. 963-8636.

– Carbondale Rotary Club, Tim Whitsitt, Carbondale. 963-6363.

– Grassroots TV, John Masters, Aspen. 925-8000.

– Telephone Systems Consultants, Misty Rideout, Carbondale. 963-0545.

– Today’s Family Dental, Mark A. Cook, DDS, Carbondale. 963-3013.

– World Wellness, Thisha Craig/Kay Jacobson, Carbondale, 963-8983.

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