Business Buzz: Identity Graphics under new ownership
Identity Graphics located at 455 Yampa Ave. recently changed hands.
The printing and graphic design business is now owned by Dan Seely, with former owner Joel Browning transitioning from head of the company to a new position with the Craig Water Plant.
Seely took over in mid-May. He and wife Ashleigh also own Trapper Fitness.
“It was happenstance, really, I was looking for something with a better schedule, and through a series of conversations, we worked out a deal,” Seely said. “I just want to turn out the same quality work Joel has already established and has a reputation for.”
Browning said he believes Seely will bring a “fresh” perspective to the business.
“I think he’ll bring a lot of exciting ideas,” he said. “We’ll get to see Craig change a little as he brings his stuff into the picture.”
Seely will also use the office space as a small gallery for his own artwork.
“Just some pencil originals, and hopefully I’ll be incorporating some of that artwork into the graphic design and some custom work also,” he said.
For more information, visit identitygraphics.net or call 970-824-6190.
Craig Daily Press promotes Gary Coal to new position
The Craig Daily Press is pleased to announce that Print Shop Pressman Gary Cole was promoted to a management position.
After six years of dedicated work at the Daily Press, Cole now will act as the circulation, pressman and building manager.
“We’re excited about this transition, and I think we’re going to see great things from Gary,” said Daily Press Publisher Renee Campbell.
Cole will replace Amy Fontenot as circulation manager. Fontenot is leaving the Daily Press to be a full-time mom.
Locals Love You More contest underway
The Downtown Business Association is running the Locals Love You More contest through June 30. Shoppers are encouraged to keep receipts from participating businesses to win cash and prizes.
Each participating business pays $50 and donates a prize. The prize can be merchandise, gift certificates or Spree Bucks. The $50 goes for prize money and advertising.
Residents Call Karen Brown 970-824-7898 or Nadine Daszkiewicz at 970-824-8148 to sign up or for more information.
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