Dave Hammond and Frank McSwain Jr. have launched a full-service security company to serve the Roaring Fork and Colorado River Valleys. The new security firm, High Country Security LLC, provides a wide range of security solutions for the home and business.
Employing a team of experienced installers and security consultants, High Country Security provides fire, burglary, alarm monitoring, and surveillance systems to meet the growing need for high quality security service in the region.
“Our unique contribution,” says McSwain, “is to hire the best employees and guarantee our clients the highest level of performance that the security industry demands. For that reason, our preference in hiring goes to qualified military veterans who have proven their trustworthiness and commitment to the United States of America.”
High Country Security offers a no-cost, no-obligation “security audit” for your home or business to properly evaluate your security needs. To take advantage of this offer, contact High Country Security at (970) 945-HELP (4357) or visit the retail store at 318 Eighth St. in downtown Glenwood Springs.
The new 82-room Super 8 in south Rifle is now open for business. The three-story hotel is designed and built in Super 8’s new format. “Large enough to provide all of the amenities and services of a large hotel, but small enough to focus on individual customer service, we are a perfect fit for Rifle,” according to spokesperson Felicity Arcangeli.
The hotel features bright and airy rooms and suites with comfortable beds and pillow top mattresses, free high speed Internet in each room, a pool and spa for swimming and soaking, a fitness center, a business center, a children’s playground, a pet area, and special rooms for travelers with pets.
Super 8 is located at 301 S. Seventh St., Rifle, just south of I-70 at Exit 90. For information and reservations contact http://www.riflesuper8.com or call 625-9912.
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