Starting a construction or other small business on the Western Slope just got easier. Peak Capital Resources hopes to solve a problem that many small businesses face: the need for working capital to grow the business. Peak Capital, based in Avon, is now offering its financing services to small and medium-sized business in Pitkin, Garfield and Mesa counties. Peak Capital offers alternative means of funding to business owners who have been unable to qualify under traditional bank lending standards.Some of the lending programs used by Peak Capital include accounts receivable financing, traditional credit line programs, equipment leasing, commercial and development financing, start-up business financing, and acquisition or equity financing.For more information on Peak Capital’s services, contact Craig Nelson (970) 748-1998 or e-mail email@example.com.
Cyber Salon & Day Spa is excited to announce Nicole Suthland Baca, licensed cosmetologist, has joined their team. Nicole’s creativity and intuition have made her very successful in hairdressing. She also enjoys skin care and has received advanced certification in this area, and specializes in facials and waxing. For hair, skin, or nail appointments with Nicole, please call 945-2927.
The Glenwood Springs Kiwanis Club recently announced its annual installation of officers and board members. It is with gratitude and appreciation that we thank Rolf Hermanson for serving as club president for the last year. Also we wish to thank outgoing board members Adolfo Gorra, Boyd Bierbaum and Bob Littler.The incoming officers are: President Jeff Neer, President-elect Mike McDill and Vice President Bob Littler. This year’s Board of Directors includes Phyllis Viehe, Gary Lantz, Dan Neidbalski, Denver Randol, Steve Pawlak, Dan Ackerman, Sherry Morgan and Kent Wilson. Our co-treasurers are Walt Stowe and Larry Robinson. The club secretary is Dan Like.Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to changing the world one child and one community at a time. In light of recent tragedies involving the children of our country, we would invite you to consider joining us as we serve the children of our community. We meet at the Buffalo Valley restaurant at 6:30 p.m. Tuesdays.
Cristy Artaz of AtHome America in New Castle was recognized as a new sales consultant with high May sales. Christy has been a part of the company, which fits home décor for every room of a client’s home since April 14, 2006, offering her home decorating and home-based business opportunity services to the New Castle area. Call Christy at 984-0643.
Clutter Busters LLC, “your organization experts,” specializes in organizing and de-cluttering homes, offices, garages, etc. The business helps motivate people to get rid of unnecessary “stuff” we all accumulate over the years. Stacey Linman at 928-7678.
The Acupuncture Clinic of Andrea Hartmann L.Ac. Inc. will now be expanding its service to include a new location in the River View Plaza in Basalt. The Basalt clinic will be open from 9 a.m. to 4:40 p.m. Tuesdays and Fridays. The Glenwood Springs clinic is open from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Mondays and Thursdays. Call 945-2802 during business hours to speak with Andrea or to schedule an appointment.
Brad Mastro Realty opened for business Aug. 28. Mastro, a real estate broker since 2000, is a seller representative specialist and a Graduate Realtor Institute, which allows him to stay on top of the ever-changing trade.Mastro’s office is located at 0171 Shoshone Trail in New Castle. He can be contacted at 618-3550, or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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