Steamboat Springs Series geared toward business owners
A series of upcoming business seminars is meant to inspire business owners, as well as people thinking about testing their entrepreneurial skills.
The Yampa Valley Chapter of SCORE and the Small Business Resource Center are offering a free First Steps class Thursday at the Oak Creek Town Hall and Tuesday at Hayden Town Hall. Both are from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.
The workshops are a good way to prepare for the Next Steps Workshop from 12:30 to 6 p.m. June 14 and 15 at Colorado Mountain College's Bogue Hall. The cost is $100, but participants who previously have attended a First Steps seminar receive a $40 credit toward the Next Steps seminar.
To register or for questions contact Randy Rudasics at 870-4491.
Business offering document shredding
Apex Shredding Inc. has begun offering on-site information destruction services to the Steamboat area. The entire process can be viewed via internal cameras. All material is destroyed on site. All material is recycled. Certificates of Destruction are presented upon completion. Service includes destruction of all paper material (office paper, receipts, blueprints, x-rays, books, catalogs, junk mail, etc.). Call Apex Shredding Inc. at 888-532-5007 to schedule service or for more information.
Say Y.E.S. to golfing for a good cause
The 19th annual Chamber Ambassadors Y.E.S. Golf Tournament is June 6 at the Sheraton Steamboat Golf Club.
The tournament raises funds to provide scholarships to graduating Routt County high school seniors and to fund high school groups working on attaining business skills. During its history, the tournament has raised $110,000.
The prizes for anyone who can sink a hole-in-one on specific holes at the Sheraton Steamboat Golf Course are noteworthy. Steamboat Motors will provide a new car for a hole-in-one on No. 5, and First National Bank of Steamboat Springs will open the vaults to $5,000 in cash for a similar feat at No. 11.
Register with Barbara Robinson at 879-2250.