Loveland coach helps businesses

Group Business Coaching from Colorado Coaching Company

Brings Community, Support, Success to Business Owners


Affordable, effective program gets participants to their goals quicker,

new groups start in November



Loveland, CO – FINISH STRONG, FAST START business group coaching from Colorado Coaching Company is an affordable, effective way to help solo-entrepreneurs grow their businesses now by looking at each aspect of their businesses and professional lives in a small group-mentoring setting.


“Small business owners are hungry for community,” said Business Coach Sean McCarthy of Colorado Coaching Company. “There’s nothing more reassuring and encouraging than the support and encouragement of like-minded entrepreneurs and that is what this group coaching program is designed to do.”


McCarthy said cost – or the perception that coaching is more costly than it is – keeps many solo-entrepreneurs and small business owners from finding professional support to help them grow their business and work through challenges. By becoming part of a group program, costs are reduced and resources are expanded.


“We have found over the years that people who participate in small-group coaching achieve their goals more quickly because of the insight they gain from the group experience, “ McCarthy, a Certified Master Coach, added. “This is a great time for small business owners to prepare to grow their business as 2014 comes to a close. This is the time to prepare a foundation for greater success in 2015.”


The FINISH STRONG, FAST START business group coaching meets the first and third Wednesdays of each month and is limited to five to seven participants for maximum effectiveness. In addition, there will be an evening teleconference program that will be recorded and available online for those who can’t commit to a work-day group or those unable to make the live phone sessions. To find out more about FINISH STRONG, FAST START, visit, or call (970) 541-1099.

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Plasma — at your service in Loveland

Driving around Loveland, I see a lot.  I watched this building sprout up north of the Wal-Mart on north Hiway 287.  I know it was going to be BioLife but I was not sure what that was. Thanks to Ron Ross of Tidbits, I have a press release telling me all about the new Loveland business.





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Kayla Beehler, 701-885-1900


Grand Opening of New BioLife Center in Loveland, CO

Ceremony planned at new center site on Tuesday, October 28th  

Loveland, CO October 28th, 2014 – In an effort to better serve patients who rely on the lifesaving therapies processed from donated human plasma, BioLife Plasma Services has opened a plasma collection center located at 251 W. 65th St. in Loveland, CO.


A subsidiary of Baxter Healthcare Corporation, BioLife Plasma Services is an industry leader in operating high-quality plasma donation centers throughout the U.S. The plasma collected at BioLife is processed into a variety of life-saving therapeutics, including treatment for patients with hemophilia and immune disorders and for use as blood volume replacement and tissue sealing.


“BioLife is pleased to become a part of Loveland and we appreciate the support of residents who donate their plasma that is used in life-saving therapies for patients,” said Kory Lieberg, Plasma Center Manager.


The grand opening is scheduled for October 28th at 4:30pm at the new center’s site, 251 W. 65th St. in Loveland. The new facility features approximately 15,000 square feet, a free supervised playroom, free wireless internet and will employ between 50-70 employees.


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Loveland — It’s in the can

Grimm Bros logoGrimm Brothers is one of my favorite brewhouses in Loveland.  Here is another exciting announcement from Grimm Brothers Brewhouse.

Loveland has so many great local brewers, and the list continues to grow.   Grimm Brothers location is 623 Denver Avenue in Loveland.






Grimm Brothers Brewhouse to Launch The Fearless Youth, Dunkel Lager in Cans

Available in local liquor stores now and in their taproom on Oct 24th


Loveland, Colorado October 17 , 2014- Following the release of Little Red Cap in cans this April, Grimm Brothers Brewhouse announced that they will be releasing their 2013 GABF winning beer, The Fearless Youth, in cans available this October. The 12oz cans will be sold in 6 packs in Colorado and Nebraska.


“The Fearless Youth marks our second beer available in cans, and we’re excited to be able to offer our customers another alternative to glass” Says Russell Fruits, Beer Evangelist at Grimm Brothers. “We’ve had a lot of success with our first canned beer, Little Red Cap, and this was a natural progression.” Easily transported and eco-friendly cans are becoming a more popular form of packaging for many breweries.


The Fearless Youth, a clean tasting, malty Munich Dunkel Lager, is available year round as part of the Legend series. Perhaps best known for a 2013 Bronze medal at Great American Beer Festival, The Fearless Youth has a loyal customer following. Other Legend series beers include 3 Golden Hairs, Snow Drop, Little Red Cap, and Master Thief. Plans are already in the works to can the remaining Legend beers starting next year.


To kick off the release Grimm Brothers will be having a Fresh Can Friday party at their taproom on October 24th from 5-8 PM. The party will feature chances to win prizes with each can sold, Fearless Youth beer brats from Rocky Mountain Sausage Grill, a free can with a brat purchase, and $1 cans for sale.

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Loveland Art Studio Tour

Art_studio_tour_LovelandLoveland loves art–all kinds of art.

The Sixth Annual Loveland Art Studio Tour is taking place on October 11 and 12 and again on October 18 and 19.  It runs from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Go to The Loveland Art Studio Tour website for the details including the artists by geographic location and artists by medium.




Loveland Center for Business Development event


The Loveland Center for Business Development does a lot of good for the new and upcoming businesses in the Sweetheart City.  I talked to Robin and Mary Ann at this past weekend’s NoCo Mini Maker Faire.

They told me about an upcoming event that needs your attendance.  This is the LCBD’s Silent Auction to be held a on Friday, October 10 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.   This NCBD fundraiser takes place at The Armory–411 North Railroad Avenue in downtown Loveland.

Here is what the NCBD website says about the event:

The Loveland Center for Business Development will be holding a Silent Auction during Loveland’s October Night on the Town. This event is being hosted by The Armory – 411 North Railroad Avenue in Loveland. Auction items include gift certificates for local restaurants, breweries, massage therapists, oil changes, food cart dinner for 10 from Chaulkboard Gourmet Express, jewelry from local artists, artwork, sculpture, hand-tooled items, and a ton more.

Here is the website to register for the NCBD upcoming silent auction.

I will be out of town that day, but I encourage anyone in northern Colorado to consider attending.