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Business

  • New deli open for business
  • Kum & Go gas, store, opens new East Bromley location

    A Kum & Go gas station and convenience store opened on Thursday, March 8, at 5112 E. Bromley Lane just east of Interstate 76.

    The nearly 6,000-square-foot store has an open kitchen, indoor dining, free Wi-Fi and electrical charging stations, according to a company news release.

  • B Right On Sewing moves out

    B Right On Sewing closed its doors for good Saturday, March 3, after less than a year at its new location at 123 N. Main St. 

    The long-time Brighton business has been in the community for more than 15 years. It originally opened in 2001 on First Street. Owners said the business had a dedicated client base and saw the demand for sewing and quilting materials grow over time. 

  • Vestas plans to hire 200 in Brighton

    Vestas Blades America officials want to hire about 200 new workers at the Brighton plant at 1500 E. Crown Prince Blvd.

    Vestas officials are working with Elwood Staffing in Brighton to recruit the workers needed to keep up with production demands, the company said in a press statement. The new jobs are in logistics, production, and manufacturing, with starting hourly rates of $14 and up, according to the press statement.

  • Bank of Colorado opens Brighton branch

    David Evens will lead the new Bank of Colorado, Brighton branch, which opened Monday, Jan. 29, at 435 S. Fourth Ave., Unit A.

    Evens previously was the senior vice president of Bank of Colorado in Fort Lupton for 17 years. Everyone in the new Brighton branch is ready to start work, he said.

    “We cannot wait to begin building relationships within the Brighton community and providing them with the highest quality banking service,” Evens said in a press statement.

  • Bank of Colorado opens Brighton branch

    David Evens will lead the new Brighton Bank of Colorado branch, which opened Monday, Jan. 29, at 435 S. Fourth Ave., Unit A.

    Evens previously was the senior vice president of Bank of Colorado in Fort Lupton for 17 years. Everyone in the new Brighton location is ready to start work, he said.

    “We cannot wait to begin building relationships within the Brighton community and providing them with the highest quality banking service,” Evens said in a press statement.

  • Hiitbox, Brighton’s new gym offers fresh take on fitness

    Hiitbox gym owner Adam Geiger’s fitness philosophy centers around accessibility and affordability.
    His gym, Hiitbox, focuses on inclusive and encompassing training, Geiger said.
    “Fitness is for everybody,” Geiger said. “I want to affect a million people positively through fitness.”
    Hiitbox, 5 S. First Ave., Suite B, opened Jan. 1. Gym members can work out on their own or go to one of the many different classes.
    “We understand classes aren’t for everybody,” Geiger said. “So if some people just want to come in and use the equipment, they can.”

  • No construction date set for Cannery Lofts

    There’s currently no date for construction to start on the $18 million Cannery Lofts, which originally were expected to be finished by October 2017, according to public officials.

    The 99-unit apartment complex is planned to be built behind the “Duffy” building at 224 N. Main St., which once served the community as a cannery and later housed German prisoners of war during World War II. That building is expected to become a restaurant or brewpub.

  • Businesses can get money from new program

    Business owners can get money to fix up buildings and to train employees under the new Brighton Investment Program put on by city economic development offices.

    Owners can apply for up to $10,000 in matching grants for things like paint, carpet and flooring, as well as outside improvements such as front facades, gutters, painting and masonry cleaning. Business owners can apply for the money starting in January. The Brighton Economic Development Corp., the Brighton Urban Renewable Authority and the Brighton Lodging Tax Committee are partnering to put on the program.

  • Shop Small Saturday returns Nov. 25

    Americans know Black Friday as the day when retailers offer deals and specials to customers.

    But the following day, Saturday, Nov. 25, is more about what consumers can do for their local economy.

     "Small Business Saturday is a day dedicated to supporting small businesses during the busiest shopping weekend of the year," said Naomi Colwell, president of the Greater Brighton Chamber of Commerce. "By simply making your purchases at a local business, we can each do our part to ensure our favorite stores are around next year."