Moen earns license
Neil-Garing Insurance announces that commercial lines customer service representative Charlene Moen obtained her Colorado Property and Casualty Insurance license. Charlene joined Neil-Garing in June. Explicit relocationExplicit Antique and Personal Property Appraisals has been serving the Roaring Fork Valley and the Western Slope for more than four years. The business has relocated to 818 Grand Ave., next to Glenwood Realty in Glenwood Springs.In addition to its accredited services, the business is opening an antiques and uniques gallery at the same location. For more information, call 948-5721.Pradier to address national conventionJerry Pradier, Owner of Progressive Business Development Network, has been invited to address the national convention of the Institute for Independent Business on June 4 in Denver. In this presentation, Pradier will identify the pitfalls of new business partnerships and how to prevent them. Edward Jones representatives hosting financial planning courseThree Glenwood springs Edward Jones investment representatives will host “Tax, Legal and Financial Planning Options,” a course for small and mid-sized business owners at noon on Wednesday, June 8.The course is designed to help business owners understand the constantly changing legal, tax and financial planning environment. Reservations are required; call 928-0585 or 928-0500.Marble Slab Creamery anniversaryThe weekend of May 28-29, Marble Slab Creamery celebrated its first anniversary. The shop is owned by Joe and Ellen Haas and is located at 815 Grand Ave. in downtown Glenwood Springs. Call 945-7979 to find out how many flavors they offer.
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