NEW HAIR SALON APPEARS
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS Longtime Steamboat Springs resident and artist Zanobia has returned from The Salon at The Peaks in Telluride to open her own hair styling salon locally. Abracadabra is at 2135 Burgess Creek Road, Suite 302 in the Ski Country Building.
Zanobia says she considers hair design to be movable, wearable fiber art. She is Toni and Gery trained.
In addition to hair design, color and highlights, Abracadabra is one of the few places in Steamboat where visitors and locals can fight altitude sickness with a session in a hyperbaric chamber.
The shop is open Tuesday through Saturday from noon until 7 p.m. Call 871-8000.
HOSPITAL POINT MEN START BUSINESS
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS The two men who formed the project management team for the construction of the new Yampa Valley Medical Center have formed their own contracting firm, Holmquist-Lorenz Construction Company. Travis L. Holmquist and Jim Lorenz have a combined 35 years of experience on construction projects, including medical, retail, tenant finish, schools, churches, single-family custom homes, multi-family and condominium projects.
Holmquist-Lorenz can be reached at 879-6831.
NEW INTERIOR DESIGN FIRM OPENS
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS Michael Buccino has gone out on his own and opened Steamboat Interiors, a professional interior design firm, at 1625 Mid-Valley Drive #2.
Buccino has worked in the Yampa Valley since the summer of 1996, gaining experienced with several respected local retail outlets. He is a 1991 graduate of the Arizona State University College of Architecture and Design.
Buccino is interested in working with new home owners to decorate their living space, as well as with clients who are redecorating. He is currently remodeling the space next to Postnet, behind Mountain Homefitters.