on Saturday, April 13th, 2013 | No Comments
Loveland will finally have a natural grocery store.
In my last post about a local Loveland businessman’s quest to bring all natural and fresh organic food to Loveland, I mentioned he was using locavesting.
Seems things are going well because Jonas Buehl announced he has found a location for his new Loveland venture.
Here is what he said on Facebook:
We’re thrilled to finally announce..The Crunchy Grocer officially has a home! We’re planning an October opening. Happy Friday everyone!
Look for activity at the location they have selected for what many Sweetheart City residents have wanted for years. The new store will go be located at 1461 East Eisenhower.
This is were PartyAmerica used to be in the strip mall on the east side of town.
It is located between Office Max and Santiago’s.
Good luck, Jonas!
on Wednesday, December 5th, 2012 | No Comments
Congrats to my friend Kristine Koshche. She does a great job of promoting Loveland and bringing events to the Loveland community.
Here is a press release with the lastest on her organization:
Engaging Loveland Re-Brands to E.L. Events
New name, identify and comprehensive events calendar reflect organizations event and community-driven goals
LOVELAND, Colo. – Dec. 5, 2012 – Engaging Loveland, Inc. has re-branded to E.L. Events and has launched a new identity and website. E.L. is short for extraordinary Loveland. The re-branding supports the organization’s mission: to create extraordinary events to enrich our community, encourage collaboration and cultivate support for local businesses, municipalities and nonprofits.
“Developing and supporting community events and destination events to enhance Loveland’s community remains the core of our business, thus encouraging our re-branding to E.L. Events,” said Kristine Koschke, executive director of E.L. Events. “With our updated mission and vision in mind, it just makes sense that, as our organization has evolved, our brand does as well.”
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on Monday, December 3rd, 2012 | No Comments
I heard about this a couple of weeks ago but could not say anything until now.
Curves, the women’s workout facility on Orchard’s Shopping Center (249 E.29th Street) is moving.
The new location is to the south across 29th Street. The new address is 280 E.29th Street. Prior to this, the new location housed Golf USA.
The brand new Curves will be about the same size as the current location the owners said. It is configured differently, and has much better visibility than the current location.
There is some speculation that King Soopers in Orchard’s Shopping Center may be looking at expansion in 2013 or 2014 that would possibly use the space now occupied by Curves.
Curves West will close at 1 p.m. in Friday, December 22 and reopen at the new location on December 26th. Also, look for an open house sometime after the first of the year.