Inside Business Announcements for July 11
What is billed as a “collective buying destination” has officially made its debut in Aspen.Through an alliance with Aspen Magazine, Tipping Basket features a handpicked collection from local artisans, designers and services.Distinguishing itself from other online shopping sites that offer discounts, Tipping Basket only partners with carefully chosen, prestigious merchants, according to a company news release.For buyers looking for highly limited products and experiences, the news release says, Tipping Basket offers a unique collection of exclusive products from merchants such as the iconic Caribou Club and its acclaimed designer, Ariane Zurcher. In addition, the site features a selection of value-priced, high-end offers from desirable establishments such as Ellina and The Aspen Club and Spa. “At Tipping Basket our focus is always on quality. Our collections are highly curated, highly limited, and always highly desirable,” said William Freiberg, CEO of Tipping Basket.”Ridge Media, publisher of Aspen Magazine, is excited to add an e-commerce site to its print, digital, mobile, and events platforms,” said Janet O’Grady, president and editor in chief of Ridge Media/Aspen Magazine.With a current focus on Aspen, Tipping Basket will continue to evaluate other market opportunities. For more information, visit http://www.tippingbasket.com.
Recently at the annual Pacific Builders Conference in San Francisco, Aspen-based Charles Cunniffe Architects was named the Gold Nugget Grand Winner for home renovation.The work involved a residence in Fullerton, Calif.The judges stated: “This is quite possibly the most amazing make-over ever. Due to restrictive city codes and the proximity of a river, the foundation could not be altered, yet the architects managed to transform a specimen of terribly bad 1980s architecture into a work of art. “The new design uses reverse shed dormers to capture mountain views, opens up the interior spaces to sunlight and breezes, and re-faces an existing ugly fireplace with a patina steel surround that commands attention but in a good way.”
Dalby, Wendland Co., P.C. will offer three days of beginner, advanced and payroll QuickBooks classes Monday, July 25 through Wednesday, July 27, at Dalby, Wendland & Co., 201 Centennial St. in Glenwood Springs. The fee is $115 for the beginner and advanced class and $60 for the payroll class.Dalby, Wendland & Co. is a certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor. To register by phone or for class information call Kelly at 945-8575. To register by e-mail contact KWard@DalbyCPA.com. Registration is required. Dalby, Wendland & Co., P.C., has been serving clients in Western Colorado since 1948. The firm has offices in Aspen, Glenwood Springs, Rifle, Grand Junction, Montrose, Telluride, and the Vail Valley.
Lifetime valley resident Dr. Errik Enewold is proud to announce his affiliation with New Castle Family Fitness. Dr. Enewold is a board certified Doctor of Chiropractic focused on enhancing patients’ health and well-being without drugs or surgery. With an educational background in exercise sport sciences and kinesiology he enjoys working with the personal trainers and therapists at New Castle Family Fitness to help people obtain their maximum wellness goals. Treatments typically include a chiropractic adjustment, exercise suggestions, stretching and flexibility protocols as well as health and lifestyle counseling. Varying appointment times are available; please call New Castle Family Fitness, 984-3200, to schedule an appointment.
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It’s that time of year — hikers and mountain bikers must be aware that seasonal closures are taking effect on multiple trails in the area today for the winter for the benefit of wildlife.