Business File for July 6

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My Wireless opens 20th store with new location

— With the opening of its newest hometown store on 675 S. Lincoln Ave., Steamboat Springs-based My Wireless has 20 stores spanning three states: Colorado, New Mexico and Wyoming. My Wireless, which started with one Grand Junction store and five employees in 2004, has since added 19 locations and 75 employees, the company stated in a news release.

It has been designated a Verizon Wireless Premium Retailer. This is Verizon's highest honor for retail partners and means that My Wireless meets or exceeds all of Verizon's highest national standards in terms of overall professionalism and customer service.

The company has planned a "Summer of Love" ad campaign, according to the news release. The theme will be "Peace, Love & My Wireless." The company also plans to add new vehicles to its fleet - from Vincent Van Gogh on an old U-Haul, Dogs Playing Poker on a 1940 Panel Van, to a Steamboat scene by local artist Greg Effinger on a 1991 Hummer H-1. This summer, it will bring out the "Fifth Beetle," a Volkswagen bug.

Range offers shooting clinic next week

Three Quarter Circles Sporting Clays is offering Steamboat Springs residents a free introduction to shotgun shooting and firearm safety, according to a news release.

A First Shots seminar will start at 8 a.m. July 13 at the range at 26185 W. U.S. Highway 40 in Steamboat. Registration is required, and those interested can call the range at 846-5647.

Designed for first-time shooters, the seminar includes classroom and range time.

First Shots is an introductory program that provides the public with opportunities to give shooting a try, according to the news release. It was developed by the National Shooting Sports Foundation and is hosted by independent shooting facilities.

Comments

stmbtprof 6 years, 4 months ago

way to go Andy...great business and good customer satisfaction..congratulation

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inmyopinion 6 years, 4 months ago

impressive numbers, but why so many vehicles? they are an eye sore and are most often parked in ways which violate the city's sign code.

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