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Bizwatch: Vail Valley Computer Learning

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Vail, CO, Colorado
Special to the DailyVail Valley Computer Learning for Kids will hold its first sessions for kindergarten and preschool students Sept. 6.
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Business name: Vail Valley Computer Learning for Kids.

Date opened: We will teach our first class at the Vail Recreation Center in Lionshead on Sept. 6.

Owners: Elaine and Vincent Adamo.



Contact info: Elaine and Vincent Adamo, 877-870-1220, or by e-mail vailkidspc@ureach.com.

What goods or services do you provide? We provide portable laptop computers for preschool and kindergarten enrichment classes. Using Imagine Tomorrow custom computer software we teach children computer skills as well as early reading and listening skills. We build self-confidence and promote thinking and problem solving, all in a fun-filled way.



What strategy do you use to differentiate your business from your competition? Honestly, there is nothing else like us in the Vail Valley. What also makes us unique is we can fit into any preschool or kindergarten curriculum, as well as stand alone at any facility. Finally our philosophy is so great!

What philosophy do you follow in dealing with your customers? What can your customers expect from you? We want to lead each child to success. The children take the front seat in problem solving and thinking creatively to reach solutions. It is the teacher’s job to guide them along the way. We never just give the child the answer, instead we prompt them to think whats next, develop thinking skills and in this way establish self-confidence. Our motto is “I can do anything if I put my mind to it!”

Tell us a little about your background, education and experience: Vincent is a retired physician after 25 years in practice. Elaine is a cetified Montessori teacher for the past eight years. Both are certified Imagine Tomorrow teachers.



What is the most humorous thing that has happened at your business since you opened? Nothing yet, but I am sure someday we can write a book.


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