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Business File: Rinn Chiropractic celebrates 30 years

Pilot & Today Staff

Dr. Timothy Rinn and the Rinn Chiropractic Center are celebrating 30 years of business in Steamboat Springs. On Tuesday, Rinn and his associates, Dr. Jonathan Rinn and Dr. Kristy Rinn, will donate their services all day to thank existing patients, who are asked to bring canned and nonperishable food items to be donated to LIFT-UP of Routt County.

New patients this month receive a discount evaluation. All patients this month can participate in office prize drawings. Oct. 20 is “Kids’ Day,” a monthly event that features discounted chiropractic adjustments for children ages 14 and younger.

Chamber adds new member to its staff

The Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association has hired Courtney Allen as its new online marketing and special events manager. Allen graduated from the University of Colorado in 2007 with a degree in communications.

Former city official joins transit consulting firm

George Krawzoff, former director of transportation for the city of Steamboat Springs, has been named a new principal for TransitPlus, a consulting firm for transit systems, based in Elizabeth. Krawzoff will telecommute from Steamboat Springs.

Diamond to speak to young professionals

Chris Diamond, president of Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp., will speak to the Young Professionals Network at an event from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday at Marabou Ranch. The event is free for YPN members and $10 for guests. RSVP to marion@steamboatchamber.com or 875-7008. A question-and-answer session will follow Diamond’s presentation.

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Attendees are asked to bring a canned or nonperishable food item for LIFT-UP of Routt County.

IRS offers tax deduction on new car purchases

Internal Revenue Service officials said last week that though the federal Cash for Clunkers program has ended, the IRS is offering a different tax break on new car purchases. This tax break allows people who buy a new vehicle in 2009 to deduct the sales and excise taxes they pay when they file their tax return next year.

The tax deduction is available on the 2009 federal tax return even for those who claim the standard deduction.