How Small Businesses Are Implementing Multichannel Marketing

How Small Businesses Are Implementing Multichannel Marketing

August 15, 2019

Taradel, a Virginia-based marketing company that specializes in multichannel marketing, recently released some findings on the subject from a survey of over 230 small business professionals polled via a SurveyMonkey questionnaire. Participants were asked a series of 13 questions about small business marketing practices. Sixty-six percent of the respondents identified themselves as business owners. Another …

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New Debit Card Supports Fort Lewis College

New Debit Card Supports Fort Lewis College

June 17, 2019

Alpine Bank is thrilled to present an opportunity for Fort Lewis College (FLC) supporters to put your money where your heart is! Introducing the FLC Forever/Alpine Bank Loyalty Debit Card. Every time you use your FLC Forever Loyalty Debit Card, Alpine Bank will donate 10 cents to Fort Lewis College, ensuring this Durango institution remains …

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Beware of Elder Scams

Beware of Elder Scams

June 17, 2019

Of the dozens of types of scams perpetrated on consumers, many target older adults because they tend to be the most vulnerable, and they have the most money. As a result, older adults should be on the lookout for some particular scams that specifically target them. Grandparent Scam One of the more unconscionable scams is …

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Colorado Day: Did you know?

Colorado Day: Did you know?

June 17, 2019

Okay, so you probably did know that Colorado is called the Centennial State. And you likely know that it’s because our state was founded in 1876 which was also America’s 100th birthday. Too easy? Did you know that the first Teddy Bear was created here in Colorado when maids at Glenwood Springs’ Hotel Colorado crafted …

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Earth Day Greenhouse Groundbreaking

Earth Day Greenhouse Groundbreaking

May 29, 2019

Alpine Bank officers John Stelzriede and Kent Wilson, school principal Audrey Hazleton, teachers, volunteers and students lift trowels and garden implements to herald the construction of the new Alpine Garden and Greenhouse. Seeded by visionary partnerships and collaboration, the idea of a school greenhouse and garden was cultivated into a reality. A project nearly five …

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Steamboat Building Wins State Preservation Award

Steamboat Building Wins State Preservation Award

May 29, 2019

The Yampa Valley Electric Association (YVEA) building in Steamboat Springs was celebrated when it was built in 1956. Designed by notable Denver architect Eugene Sternberg and constructed by contractor W.L. Pierce, the YVEA building embodies the International Style, utilizing a wide variety of materials, including cast concrete, brick, sandstone, terrazzo and large panels of glass. …

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Increasing Food Security In Southwest  Colorado

Increasing Food Security In Southwest Colorado

May 29, 2019

Telluride Foundation’s Local Food Initiative supports programs in the west end of San Miguel and Montrose Counties that are working to increase food security in the area. These programs include the West End Family Link Backpack Program, the Apple Core Project, the Norwood Food Bank and Norwood Community Garden. The Backpack Program started in April …

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Latino Community Foundation Provides Key  Leadership

Latino Community Foundation Provides Key Leadership

May 29, 2019

There are over one million Latinos living in Colorado, and a 154% increase in the state’s Latino population is projected by 2030. Despite this emergence, Colorado organizations by and for Latinos generally see limited funding and support from both the nonprofit and for-profit communities. During the past decade, the Latino Community Foundation of Colorado (LCFC) …

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Plans Hatching At Palisade High School

Plans Hatching At Palisade High School

May 29, 2019

Grand Valley agriculture and the regional economy rely heavily on the Colorado River, as do the organisms that inhabit its waters. In response to drought and other challenges to this vital river habitat, Palisade High School (PHS) aims to establish a fish hatchery on the school grounds focused on supporting the endangered fish of the …

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Free Dental Care Coming To The Western Slope!

Free Dental Care Coming To The Western Slope!

May 29, 2019

The Colorado Mission of Mercy (COMOM) will hold a FREE dental clinic on Friday, October 4 and Saturday, October 5 at the Glenwood Springs High School. It is a“no questions asked”clinic, and adults and children of all ages are welcome. With 125 portable dental chairs in operation and 200 dentists and hundreds of dental hygienists, …

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