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Business and Shopping

The Go-Fer convenience store on Lincoln Avenue had been closed for a year when Dan Bonner bought it six years ago.

Now, the store is a favorite coffee and snack stop for locals on their way to and from work. It’s so popular, in fact, that the store was voted the best convenience store in Steamboat Springs in the Best of the ‘Boat competition.

When asked why the store might be the city’s most popular, employee Kim Murrah said, “I just think we’re the friendliest.”

Ski Haus has been around a little longer than Go-Fer. Rod Schrage opened the business in 1969. Now, it is the top sporting goods store in Steamboat.

Schrage said the store’s popularity stems from its broad selection of products.

Store Manager Connie McCormick said the staff prides itself on customer service and product knowledge. She said the staff has worked there so long it feels like family.

Kim Heiner

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