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Business

  • Wax Bar now open for business in historic downtown Brighton

    BRIGHTON — Although her bartending days are over, a different kind of bar has brought Ashley Gonzales back to her hometown.
        The 30-year-old esthetician recently opened The Wax Bar in historic downtown, a new business that will be offering customers waxing and cosmetic services.
        After working for several years working for waxing salons in the metro Denver area, Gonzales decided she wanted to work for herself and chose a location in Brighton because that’s where her roots are.

  • Reach for the Green golf tournament Sept. 10

    Community Reach Center’s Reach for the Green 33rd annual golf tournament is set for Tuesday, Sept. 10, at The Ranch Country Club, 11887 Tejon St., Westminster.
        Held in memory of Mary and Donald C. Ciancio and in partnership with Westminster Medical Clinic, the golf tournament welcomes individual and team players. Several sponsorship levels are available.

  • New Business in Commerce City

    CC Café
    International restaurant
    6440 72nd Pl.
    303-596-9572

    Assurance Auto
    Auto restoration
    4960 Niagara St.      
    303-286-2444

    Best Truck Driving School
    Commercial driving training
    5555 Colorado Blvd.      
    720-771-8828

    GeoShack
    Sales/rental/service of construction and survey instruments
    5385 Quebec St.      

    West Cover

  • Women’s small-business luncheon Aug. 14

        The Denver North Suburban Christian Women’s Connection is sponsoring a women’s small-business luncheon from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 14, catered by the Black Eyed Pea.
        Lisa Cuss will be singing, and Cheryl Hoffman will be the speaker. The luncheon group will meet at The Chateaux at Fox Meadows, 13600 Xavier Lane, a short block east of Sheridan on 136th Avenue. Invite a friend or relative to come with you and be entertained and inspired. The cost of the luncheon and program is $15.

  • Satellite Shelters celebrates grand opening at new location

     

     

     

     

    Walter Williams, economic development manager for Commerce City, takes part in the ribbon-cutting event June 6 during the grand opening of Satellite Shelter’s new office at 6680 E. 86th Court.
        Satellite Shelters relocated to a new, larger facility after more than 15 years at their previous Commerce City location.
     

  • Valley Bank & Trust honors local students

        BRIGHTON — Valley Bank & Trust celebrated six local students who were awarded scholarships by the bank.
        Each year, Valley Bank & Trust awards five students with a $1,000 scholarship; one of these students is eligible for a recurring scholarship totaling up to $4,000.

  • Small Business Development Center opens in Derby center

        COMMERCE CITY — Commerce City opened a Small Business Development Center satellite office May 17 with an open house and ribbon cutting event.
        The new SBDC provides essential business services for residents and businesses in the core part of the city at the Derby Resource Center — along with Community Enterprise and the Adams County Workforce & Business Center.

  • Satellite Shelters to celebrate move to new home

    COMMERCE CITY — After more than 15 years at their location on East 47th Avenue, Satellite Shelters is planning an open house to mark their move.

  • Rush Truck Centers moving to Commerce City from Denver for expansion

        COMMERCE CITY — Rush Truck Centers of Colorado, which specializes in heavy- and medium-duty commerce truck sales, services, and parts, is moving from Denver to Commerce City.

        The company will consolidate its operations at a new 83,500-square-foot truck center at 6955 E. 50th Ave.

  • Metro North Chamber supports extension of four-year degrees

    WESTMINSTER — The Metro North Chamber of Commerce announced today it voted through its Business & Governmental Affairs Committee to support a Colorado legislative proposal that would allow the state’s community college system to grant baccalaureate (four-year) degrees in a maximum of 10 fields.