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Electrical Outfitters Inc. of Glenwood Springs was awarded the 2012 Circle of Safety Award in October by Pinnacol Assurance of Colorado. This award was created in 2008 to recognize policyholders for their exceptional risk management.
Of the 55,000 companies insured by Pinnacol Assurance in Colorado, only 50 of these businesses met the 2012 Circle of Safety criteria and were given this elite award.
“These are Colorado organizations that have embraced the concept of safe workplaces, and then made significant effort to create that kind of environment over a sustained period of time,” said Ken Ross, Pinnacol president and CEO. “Keeping employees safe and on the job is important to Pinnacol and to the state, and our Circle of Safety recipients are leading the way.”
Congratulations and thanks to all the amazing employees who made this happen.
The team from Paradise Day Spa recently attended a two-day seminar featuring the fall/winter fashion trend release in Denver. They returned motivated to use these new styles on their guests. Some of the newest styles for hair can be done in 10-15 minutes at home. Paradise Day Spa is teaching interested clients how to maintain a salon finish at home.
The staff saw stage show presentations of men’s and women’s hair cuts, hair styling, hair coloring, nails, waxing and new products and equipment. Big influence were ’80s styles and anything retro. Hair braiding, twists, lacing and texture techniques were a big part of today’s hair styles. Some of the new up-dos are on display at Paradise Day Spa on mannequins.
Paradise Day Spa is located at 2520 S. Grand Ave. in the Penrose Plaza in Glenwood Springs. Call 928-9782 for more information.
Michael Doherty D.D.S of Crystal Valley Dental Associates, a full-service, family-based, wellness-centered dental practice in Carbondale, has recently became a fellow of the American Academy of Craniofacial Pain (AACP).
Dr. Doherty and his dental assistant, Terri Wainwright, attended the AACP’s 27th annual International Clinical Symposium in Fort Worth, Texas, in July where he was awarded his fellowship.
The theme for the conference was “Perspectives of Related Professions,” and offered programs such as “A Physiatrist’s Approach to Evaluation and Treatment of Head, Neck and TMJ Pain.”
At this same meeting, Wainwright began the process of becoming a Certified TMJ assistant. The AACP conducts a certified TMJ assistant program in two parts each year, in different cities across the U.S.
The mission of Crystal Valley Dental Associates is to deliver gentle, high-quality dentistry in a comfortable, supportive environment. Services include general dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, temporomandibular joint (TMJ) and craniofacial disorders and sleep disorders.
For information or to schedule an appointment, call 970-963-4882 or visit http://www.crystalvalleydental.com .
With 21 years of real estate experience and hundreds of closed transactions, from working with first-time homebuyers, investors’ tax-deferred exchanges, ranch properties and new subdivisions, Jeanne Casey has decided to become an independent real estate agent and start her own business, Sunlight Realty.
The name comes from a quality she has always felt essential to helping her clients, “shining light” on the real estate transaction to ensure no one is left in the dark, with all questions addressed clearly and honestly. She also named the company after one of the beautiful areas she serves, the mountain where locals enjoy summer and winter recreation.
Casey believes in continuing education to help close complex transactions. She has received the following designations: Certified Residential Specialist (CRS), which only 5 percent of Realtors in the nation have earned; Graduate Realtor Institute (GRI); and Short Sale Foreclosure Resources (SFR) for distressed properties.
Casey can be reached at 970-379-1994 and firstname.lastname@example.org.
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