Business file for Dec. 16
December 16, 2007
Steamboat jeweler named Registered Jeweler
Shirl Cox, of Hofmeister Personal Jewelers in Steamboat Springs, has been awarded the title of Registered Jeweler by the American Gem Society. By earning the prestigious title, Cox has demonstrated knowledge and experience in the jewelry industry.
AGS President Craig Underwood said, “I want to congratulate Shirl for achieving a level of skill reached by only some 1,400 jewelers throughout the United States and Canada. They have qualified as a Registered Jeweler by having a personal desire to increase their knowledge of gemology, and through their AGS member store subscribing to ethical business principles set down by the Federal Trade Commission, Better Business Bureau and the Society’s own code of standards.”
Local scuba store
under new ownership
Steamboat Scuba and Water Sports celebrated its opening under new ownership this weekend.
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Billie Ackerman and Chip BeeBee formed Bottom Time Divers and bought the Steamboat storefront from its former owners. Customers can find expanded apparel options and larger inventory under the new ownership, as well as a new saltwater fish tank in the store.
Ackerman and BeeBee eventually plan to expand to a larger location in town, hopefully with the addition of an in-store pool.
Dig This park featured
on CNBC program
The country’s first and only heavy construction equipment play park, Dig This, is being featured on a CNBC program this week. Dig This, located two miles west of Steamboat off U.S. Highway 40, began operating last month.
This week’s episode of “High Net Worth” profiles Cloud 9 Living, an experience gift company based in Boulder, which includes adventures at Dig This among its offerings.
Camera crews from CNBC visited Dig This on Dec. 10, where NBC news correspondent Ron Mott took to the controls of Dig This’ Caterpillar excavator and bulldozer.
CNBC is channel 46 on Comcast’s local cable service. High Net Worth will air at 6:30 p.m. Dec. 21 and 23.