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Business Buzz: Copy Shop Computer Stop touts certification

Craig Daily Press Staff Report
The Copy Shop Computer Corner's two technicians, Jonathan, left, and Chris, recently completed TOSHIBA training in California.
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Two technicians from The Copy Shop Computer Corner in Craig recently visited California to completed certification for TOSHIBA full color business machines.

Both technicians passed the certification tests with flying colors. Copy Shop owner Scott McKinney touts them as “A” students. The company is a TOSHIBA certified dealer and service shop.

“We are the only authorized TOSHIBA service and sales dealer for all of Northwest Colorado and southern Wyoming,” McKinney said. “We are the only BBB member in a seven county radius with an A+ rating for machine sales and service since 1997.”

Shannon Moore starts new job at Clarion

Shannon Moore started as the new director of sales at the Clarion Inn & Suites Monday, leaving her job as membership director at the Craig Chamber of Commerce after five years.

“I’m very excited,” Moore said of the new opportunity. “It will be a whole new adventure. I’m sad to leave the chamber, but I’m happy to stay in the community and continue to be a part of everything.”

Moore replaces Shawnna Muhme who left her position to become the director of Moffat County’s Housing Authority

Second Look closes its doors

Second Look Consignment closed its doors on Feb. 28. The consignment store owner, Angela Calhoun, said it was difficult to make ends meet.

Chamber seeks nominations for biz awards

The Craig Chamber of Commerce is seeking nominations for its annual business awards.

The chamber is asking residents to consider the local businesses that have made an impression on them through their customer service, business practices or community support and nominate them as the 2014 Large Business of the Year (50+ employees), Small Business of the Year (less than 49 employees) or Businessperson of the Year.

Send your nominations to 360 E. Victory Way, Craig, CO 81625 or by e-mail to Award recipients must be members of the Craig Chamber of Commerce.

Nominations are due by March 7. Winners will be announced at the annual State of the County banquet in March.

Price Mine switches location in Craig

The Price Mine Service office moved from their location on East U.S. Highway 40 to 316 West Victory Way for the sake of more space and a better location.

A larger basement helps with training and there is also more office space in the upstairs part of their new building, Max Ciali, regional manager for the Craig office said.

Price Mine Services provides staffing services for underground and surface coalmines.

The downtown location also helps with walk-ins, Ciali said.

In their last location, Price Mine Services had two offices for the number of safety and environmental groups they work with. The new space has seven offices and Ciali said this is very helpful to the groups who work with Price Mine.

Price Mine Services can be reached at 970-824-4300.

Stacks Smokehouse’s business heats up fast

One new establishment in Craig is really cooking.

Stacks Smokehouse, 351 S. Ranney St., hosted its grand opening Feb. 20 and in its first week of business has seen an enormous turnout for those looking for a new eatery, or rather, meatery.

The former site of Double Barrel Steakhouse features a menu with lots of beef, and the biggest hit so far has been the ribeye meal, said owner Steve Fulton.

“We’ve barely been able to keep it in stock,” he said.

A variety of salmon dishes — pan-seared, grilled and honey ginger glaze salmon salad — have also been well-received, as has a surf and turf plate with steak stuffed with baby shrimp.

“It’s just delicious,” Fulton said.

Fulton’s aim is to keep the food served at the restaurant as fresh as possible with Colorado meat, and he also plans to work with local gardeners to bring their wares to the table.

For more information on Stacks Smokehouse, call 970-701-3312.

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