Business in focus
Mike and Judy Kosec both have experience in food service: Mike was a chef for 25 years, and Judy was a caterer. Four years ago, after talking to a friend who owned the Rolling Stone franchise, the Kosecs decided to try their hand at selling cookware.During the spring and fall, business is a little slow but in a couple of weeks, when the snow starts falling, business will pick up again, Judy said.Like so many businesses in the valley, Rolling Stone is seasonal and takes off in the summer and winter.The Kosecs work out of their home so balancing family and business is critical.”Working out of our house works well,” Judy said. “I get a little tired of having product in the garage instead of a car, but oh well.”Rolling StoneOwner: Mike and Judy KosecAddress: 1562 and 12th Street, RifleOpen Hours: 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Mondays through FridaysPhone: 625-8018Fax: 625-8019E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgYears in business: fourNumber of employees: None. This is owner-operated.Is this a franchise? YesWhat do you do? We are a mobile knife-sharpening and chefwares company. We sell anything to do with preparing food.Who are your customers? Restaurants, hotels, country clubs, resorts, school and hospitals. Our customers are anywhere that has a kitchen, from Summit County to Grand Junction.What’s unique about your business? We are mobile, so we come to you. We can also drop ship anything.What’s good about doing business here? Our variety of customers.What has been your most successful offering? Convenience, low prices and professional serviceWhat’s next for your business? Expansion our service within our territory
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UPDATE 5:27 p.m. — Interstate 70 through Glenwood Canyon has reopened in both directions Saturday evening after a safety closure due to a flash flood warning. There were no reported mud/debris slides.