Business beat: Tyser, Mozart back home in Kester’s Jewelry
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Mozart the cat finally has completed Kester’s Jewelry in downtown Craig.
I don’t want to give away too much information because you have to see the new look in person. The newly redesigned floor plan is accented with new lighting and a renewed emphasis on the historic look of the original building.
Owner Rich Tyser has outdone himself this time, in my opinion.
You can stop by and visit the remodeled jewelry store at 530 Yampa Ave., or give him a call at 824-6343.
New owners take over at Re/Max in Craig
Re/Max About You has been sold to Nancy Sadvar and Pam Horn. Collectively, the two co-owners have been serving the real estate community for more than eight years.
“Pam and I are excited to start this new venture,” Sadvar said. “We feel like we’ll bring some good energy to the office, and the agents that we work with are so good. It’s a new adventure, and change is always good.
“We look forward to taking great care of the buyers and sellers in Moffat County.”
You can contact them by calling 824-7000 or by stopping by their 390 Yampa Ave., location in downtown Craig.
New look for Northwest Auto Glass building
Do you have a crack in your windshield?
If you do, or even if you don’t, stop by Northwest Auto Glass at 1058 Yampa Ave., and take a peek at the new look. The business has improved the outside of its building with a stucco finish.
Northwest Auto Glass offers rock chip repair and windshield replacements.
You can contact the business by stopping by its location or calling 824-2792.
Chiropractor has new digs on Victory Way
Dr. Carolyn Gochee, a chiropractor, has moved her practice to a new location.
Her office is now located across the street from Craig Ford.
You can contact her by calling 824-3070 or stopping by her new 820 W. Victory location in Craig.
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