Biz Q&A: Giff’s Market |

Biz Q&A: Giff’s Market

Summit Daily/Brad OdekirkLeft to right: Tim Kriebel, Dana Amundson, and Pam Elliott.

A. We are a small neighborhood grocery store. We are located in Summit Cove and we offer all basic groceries and convenience items: Omaha Steaks and Seafood, used books, used CDs, homemade scarfs, money wire transfers, internet access, phone cards, second-hand ski consignment shop and organic coffee from Breckenridge Coffee Roasters. We also provide delivery service in Summit County through

A. Tim is from Hudson, N.H., Pam is originally from Indiana and Dana is from New London, Minnesota. We decided to open this store for the pure enjoyment of working and we thought Summit Cove and the surrounding communities could use a business and services like ours.

A. Tim has managed million dollar retail ski shops most of his life. Dana has managed bookstores in the past and most recently, a small farm market in New England. Pam has been a computer geek most of her life, but small business has always fascinated her.

A. We believe what sets us apart is our true desire to be what the community needs and wants us to be, saving people from driving into town. Having the grocery delivery service we are hoping to set ourselves further apart. We also will listen to the neighborhood and try to satisfy any requests from the local neighborhood.

A. Summit Cove area residents and tourists who would like to order their groceries in advance and have them delivered when they arrive to save the headache of trying to find a ride to town and fight the crowds in the grocery store. We also have computer terminals with internet access for tourists and locals trying to keep in touch with people outside of paradise.

A. Summit Cove is a large neighborhood with many year-round residents; it seemed like an obvious spot far enough from Dillon proper and Keystone.

A. To keep bringing in new items in the store and to grow alongside Summit Cove and the surrounding areas. We really expect the delivery service to take off and make staying in the Summit Cove area more enjoyable and convenient for tourists or for those who just dont have enough time.

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