Business File: Physical therapy business moves to a new location
Melissa Baumgartner, owner of The Center for Sports Medicine, said last week that the center has moved to a new location in Fox Creek Park on Hilltop Parkway. The Center for Sports Medicine has provided physical therapy services for more than 25 years. Call the center at 970-879-7799 or search for the center at http://www.exploresteamboat.com.
Steamboat Chamber to host mixer Wednesday
The Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association is hosting a business after-hours mixer from 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday at Rex’s American Grill & Bar, adjoining the Holiday Inn of Steamboat Springs on U.S. Highway 40 near Walton Creek Road. The mixer features free food, drink, prizes and live music for Chamber members and their guests.
Radio show expanding its hours and coverage
The Cari and Rob Show, which broadcasts out of a Yampa Street studio in downtown Steamboat Springs, is expanding its airtime and coverage starting Sept. 7. The show will broadcast from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. weekdays — adding an hour to the end of its current time slot — and will add 1230 KEXO Talk Radio in Grand Junction to its broadcast stations. The politically focused talk show also is broadcast on KRAI AM-550 out of Craig and KVEL AM-920 out of Vernal, Utah.
Learn more about the show online at http://www.cariandrob.info.
Smart Dreamzzz scores Boston hospital order
Smart Dreamzzz, a local business that provides tools to help children fall asleep and stay asleep, relaxed and happy, has received a request for 300 CDs from Children’s Hospital Boston, business owner and founder Dr. Kristen Race said in a news release. Steamboat Springs City Councilman Kenny Reisman, Race’s husband, helps with the business. The Boston hospital intends to use the CDs with its patients, Race stated in a news release. The order is a significant success for the business that Race and Reisman founded less than a year ago. Learn more about the business and its products on the Web at http://www.smartdreamzzz.com.
Mainstreet Steamboat is seeking chili judges
Downtown business advocacy group Mainstreet Steamboat Springs is seeking judges for the fifth annual F.M. Light and Sons Downtown Hoedown and Chuck Wagon Chili Challenge. Chili judges are needed from 10:30 a.m. to about 12:30 p.m. Sept. 5 on Eighth Street, between Lincoln Avenue and Oak Street.
Judges need no experience, other than a love of red, green and firehouse chili, along with salsa and cornbread, Mainstreet said in a news release. Judges will be given taster cups and assigned to taste one kind of chili, after a short training. Judges will receive commemorative aprons and free admission to the event. Those interested in volunteering can call Tracy Barnett at 970-846-1800.
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