RBC I Owning a small business can be challenging as well as rewarding, and a Small Business Development Center is a valuable resource for entrepreneurs seeking assistance with their existing business needs or individuals or partners with concerns ranging from business start-up to and including expansion.
RANGELY I The Town of Rangely’s Shop and Dine program kicks off Nov. 1, along with a new Rangely Chamber of Commerce Holiday Gift Guide.
The Montrose Chamber of Commerce hosted the second annual Western Slope Chamber Executive Meeting on July 29 at the Bridges Golf Course and Country Club. Topics discussed were ballot initiatives, oil and gas, membership, industry trends, and events and fundraisers. Top row, left to right, are chamber executives: Stephanie Kobald (Meeker), Frank Ladd (Rifle), Diane […]
Dear Editor: A great big thanks goes out to the Rangely Chamber of Commerce for recognizing Urie Trucking, Inc., as Rangely’s 2014 Industry of the Year at this year’s Crab Crack.
Dear Editor: A huge thank you goes to the Rangely Area Chamber of Commerce for honoring Sweetbriar as the town’s business of the year.
Roughly 300 people attended the Rangely Area Chamber of Commerce’s annual Crab Crack on Saturday night on the Colorado Northwestern Community College campus, where the chamber also announced the community’s top businesses of the year.
RANGELY I The Rangely Area Chamber of Commerce will host a workshop titled “How to Use Facebook for Your Business” Monday, Feb. 25 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in the Town of Rangely meeting room.
A record 306 tickets were sold for the annual Crab Crack, sponsored by the Rangely Area Chamber of Commerce last Saturday, filling the Colorado Room in the Weiss Center on the CNCC campus. Awards were announced by emcee Tim Webber and presented by RACC executive director Brooke Loshe.
RANGELY I In terms of experience and geography, Sandy Payne and Candy Collins come from different places. Which might make the two newest Rangely Chamber of Commerce board members just right for the job.
RANGELY I Brooke Lohse’s last name was Smith when she was graduated from Rangely High School in 2000. She’s returning to her hometown with a college degree, a husband and two sons. Lohse will be the new executive director of the Rangely Chamber of Commerce.
Rangely Auto Parts (NAPA), owned by Brad Casto, is open Monday-Friday from 6:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturdays from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. The team at Rangely Auto Parts provides great service and information for those seeking any automotive, heavy duty or aftermarket accessories for their vehicle.
Lakeside Cafe is owed by Lisa Hodges and is open Thursday-Sunday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Stop in and see all that the Lakeside Cafe has to offer.