Author Archives: Alicia Sapp
Large corporate companies have the advantage of offering greater selections, convenient locations and lower costs. So why do customers choose to return to local businesses? It comes down to customer service. Many consumers prefer the friendly and welcoming environment of … Continue reading
When you’ve finally decided to embark on a home project, it’s human nature to want to get it done as soon as possible. And, because you’re in a hurry and don’t take time to check out contractors at bbb.org before … Continue reading
1978 Spider Flat Red Convertible. Book Value $23,000, call 970-379-9627 for appointment to see the vehicle.
Double recliner sofa, off white micro fiber, great condition $200.00. Upright entertainment center w/2 adjustable shelves $25.00. Overstuffed chair w/ottoman $75.00. TV table $15.00. Kitchen table w/2 chairs $50.00. 2 table lamps $20.00 ea. 2 desks $50.00 ea. 1 office … Continue reading
Spring has sprung and it’s time to refresh your home and yard. But where to begin? Better Business Bureau ®Serving Northern Colorado and Wyoming put together a Home Project Planner that will help guide you through the process step by … Continue reading
April Fool’s Day is right around the corner and pranks galore will be played on unsuspecting people. Fraudsters, however, pull pranks every day of the year. This means people of all ages need to be vigilant about knowing how to … Continue reading
Keith Bearden has joined BBB Serving Northern Colorado and Wyoming Institute for Marketplace Trust in the newly created position of program coordinator for In Pursuit of Ethics, an ethics-training program offered to local high schools by the BBB Center for … Continue reading
Tuesday March 17th (I think) a bird (blue parakeet) was found walking along the sidewalk in front of Sopris Elementary was found. Please call 970-274-4221 to describe if you have lost a bird!!
Have you perfected your elevator speech? Do you even have an elevator pitch? You know, that 30-second to a minute-long commercial about your job and/or your business or organization? Even if you don’t live or work anywhere near an elevator, … Continue reading
Last year, more than 2.5 million consumers filed complaints with the Consumer Sentinel Network – a program of the Federal Trade Commission. Fraud-related complaints topped the annual report at 60 while identity theft accounted for 13 percent of all complaints. … Continue reading