Business File: Chamber hosts business breakfast Wednesday

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The Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association is hosting a Business Out­look Breakfast from 7:30 to 9 a.m. Wednesday at Rex’s American Grill & Bar, adjoining the Holiday Inn on U.S. Highway 40 on the city’s south side.

The event includes a panel discussion with industry leaders in real estate, construction, the ski resort trade, lodging and finance to discuss the current outlook of their business sectors.

Speakers are Jim Sch­neider, of Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp.; Frank Alfone, of ResortQuest; Adonna Allen, of Alpine Bank; and Ed MacArthur, of Native Excavating.

The $10 cost includes a continental breakfast. RSVP to the Chamber at 970-875-7000 or RSVP@steamboatchamber.com.

Talking Green event to take place Feb. 23

Talking Green, a Steam­boat Springs green building group, hosts a public event about zero-waste initiatives from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Feb. 23 at the Steamboat Smokehouse restaurant, 912 Lincoln Ave.

Discussion will include how to eliminate waste from your home or business by composting, recycling, using certain products, etc., according to a news release. Liz Wahl, director of food and beverage for Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp., will lead the discussion. David Epstein, manager of Twin Enviro Landfill & Composting, will explain their composting facility west of Steamboat Springs. Guest speaker Dan Matsch will explain a recycling program in Boulder for hard-to-recycle materials.

Call Sarah at Fox Constr­uction at 970-879-7529.

Fitness center Curves relocates to Curve Plaza

Curves of Steamboat Springs recently relocated to 2201 Curve Plaza, Unit 105A, next to Ace at the Curve, but the women’s fitness center hasn’t changed its mission, according to a news release.

“Curves is all about impro­vement — improving women’s quality of life, self-esteem and even our services. The relocation is an exciting change,” owner Elaine Emery said.

In recognition of the relocation, Curves is offering a discounted fee for new members.

In addition to workout plans, Curves of Steamboat Springs offers programs to help motivate and assist women in obtaining a healthy lifestyle, including: CurvesSmart personal coaching system; feedback and progress reports to keep members motivated; and www.CurvesComplete.com, an online weight-loss subscription service that provides subscribers with diet and fitness information, tools, experts and motivation.

For more information, call Paula Ford or Emery at 970-870-7877.

Comments

greenwash 4 years, 6 months ago

How about a story on what happenend to Vinos?Or all the layoffs at Harbert?Or wat happenend to Robinson Brick?Duck Duck Goose can be yours for 40K ..Mabye in 3-4 more months reality will set in.

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