Bravo! thankful for help with move to new Vail office
On behalf of Bravo! Vail Valley Music Festival, we would like to thank all the businesses and individuals who donated time and resources to renovate the new festival offices in West Vail: George Shaeffer Construction Company, K.H. Webb Architects PC, SteamMaster,Apex Appliance, Classic Metals, Colorado Basement Systems LLC, Edwards Building Center, FirstBank of Vail, I/O Technology Partners LLC, Steve Johannes, Alan Kosloff, MGM Cleaning Service, Nico Strauss Plath Construction, Inc., Decorative Finishes, Peak Interiors, Ryan & Company, Inc., Sherman & Howard LLC, Kevin Squires, Terryberry Floor Service, LLC, The Upper Eagle River Electrical Cooperative, Thul Electronics and Vail Manufacturing Inc. These individuals and companies helped to keep the festivals relocation costs to a minimum. Bravo made its best effort to renovate the new offices using green materials such as recycled carpet, low-emission adhesives, low odor/zero-VOC paints, reclaimed lighting and materials, and recycled glass, plastic and metal from the original construction as well as reducing waste by locally recycling all qualifying materials during the demolition phase. As a result of this move, Bravo anticipates saving $80,000 in rent, storage, and utility fees over the next five years. We live in a world-class community, and it is the collective efforts of businesses and individuals who make it so special. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.Elizabeth Campbell Director Music Matters, Bravo! Vail Valley Music Festival
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