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Sunlight Mountain Ski & Bike Shop has been most supportive of the Mountain Ninos Special Olympics Team in equipping our athletes for skiing competition. Thank you for all your guidance, assistance and kindness.The Oakes familyGlenwood Springs
The Glenwood Springs Chamber staff would like to express our sincerest gratitude to everyone involved in making this year’s Biz-Opoly Business Trade Fair, held Friday, October 17, a wonderful success. Thanks to the Glenwood Springs Community Center for co-sponsoring the event and providing a great facility and staff. Thanks also to Pinnacol Assurance and the Glenwood Springs Post Independent for co-sponsoring the event.The impressive array of food and beer was one of the highlights of the evening. Orrison Distributing provided complimentary beer, and food was supplied by Chomps, China Town, Village Inn, BB’s Wings ‘n’ Q, Charcoalburger, Mango’s, Sacred Grounds, Fiesta Guadalajara and Beau Jo’s at Buffalo Valley.Thanks to our radio sponsor, MBC Grand Broadcasting/KGLN and our table skirting sponsor, Peak Party Rentals.We would also like to thank the following Chamber Ambassadors for their help in serving beer and working at registration: Sue Corsentino, Pam Ruzicka, Deb Onorofskie, Teresa Monger, Annie Olson and Rolf Hermanson. Thanks also to Mandy and John Murray and Tammy Sommerfeld of the Roaring Fork Young Professionals, to Carolyn Barron for helping with registration and Ken Robinson for playing the role of the Monopoly Man. Thanks to our emcee, Scott Anderson, for enthusiastically giving away prizes to over 40 lucky recipients.We were impressed by the music provided by the Waldorf School on the Roaring Fork’s seventh and eighth grade string ensemble, directed by Loraine Curry. Thanks for sharing your wonderful talents with us.Most of all, thanks to all of the businesses which exhibited in this years business trade fair.Angie Anderson, director of communications and operationsGlenwood Springs Chamber Resort Association
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