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Business briefs for July 23

Landusky opens new tax review service

Tim Landusky has opened a new tax service business in Steamboat Springs.

Taxback is a company that provides business owners with the opportunity to get a free second opinion on their past three years of taxes, from a qualified, independent tax review specialist. With this free tax review, clients can recover any taxes that have been overpaid.



Landusky said the company finds that 60 percent of returns reviewed uncover overpaid taxes.

Landusky can be reached at (970) 846-1609 or on the Web at http://www.itaxback.com/tim.



ZIRKEL Wireless expands its service

ZIRKEL Wireless, a locally owned and operated provider of high-speed Internet access, announced it has completed the installation of a “green” Internet antenna site in Stagecoach — combining the power of solar and wind to expand coverage area deeper into South Routt County

“Our customer base has more than doubled in the past year,” said Alan Belvo, president of ZIRKEL Wireless. “As we further expand our coverage into West and North Routt later this year, we encourage any potential customer in these areas to give us a call. We are interested to learn which areas have the most demand so we can schedule our network build-out accordingly.”

ZIRKEL Wireless hopes to offer high speed Internet access throughout most of Routt County by the end of 2007.

Applications for fair vendors being accepted

Routt County Fair officials are accepting applications for vendors. The fair, from Aug. 11 to 20, has relocated its vendor space, and the midway is almost full. A few spots remain for interested vendors, including sellers of arts and crafts, home-based businesses or political parties.

To reserve a space, call 276-3068 or visit http://www.routtcountyfair.org for vendor applications and information. Applications are due Aug. 5 or when the space sells out. There also is limited space for nonprofit, educational booths.


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