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Business file: Lending workshop set for 11:30 a.m. Friday

Lending workshop set for 11:30 a.m. Friday

The final forum is Friday in the Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association’s Surviving and Thriving in Tough Times series. The event is titled: “Where’s the Money? Local and Regional Lending Environment.” State and local finance experts will lead the discussion for businesspeople.

Scheduled speakers are Ruth Dombrowski, business lending officer at Alpine Bank; June Walters, of NW COG Micro Loan fund; Pattie Snidow, USDA Rural Development northwest area director; and Randy Rudasics, who will discuss peer-to-peer lending and the Small Business Administration’s stimulus program.

The event is 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Friday at Rex’s American Grill & Bar. The cost is $18, and those interested may call the Chamber at 875-7003, or e-mail meagan@steamboatchamber.com.



Shuttle service Alpine Taxi becomes Go Alpine

Alpine Taxi has changed its name to Go Alpine. The 25-year-old airport shuttle and taxi service has joined with 40 other ground transportation companies to form Go Airport Shuttle, according to a news release. More information is at http://www.goairportshuttle.com.

The company also allows customers to offset carbon emissions with an optional 50 cent charge for a trip to or from Yampa Valley Regional Airport or $1 for a Denver International Airport trip, the release stated. Donations will go to the Colorado Carbon Fund.



Speed networking event scheduled for April 7

The Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association is planning a speed networking event at 4 p.m. April 7 at the Boathouse Pub. The event is $10 for Chamber members, and people who want to attend are asked to e-mail meagan@steamboatchamber.com.


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