New businesses that now call Dillon, CO home
There’s a variety of new business in Dillon this season, each offering specified services to locals and visitors. Here’s a look at four of the new establishments:
Alpenglow Premium Cannabis opened their second Summit County store in Dillon on Valentine’s Day of 2015. Alpenglow has experienced rapid growth since they opened their Breckenridge store in 2010.
The company has recently tripled the size of their Breckenridge garden, and will soon bring even more selection of mountain-grown cannabis to their stores. Currently, there are over 30 strains of cannabis grown and produced in small batches, available only in the Summit County locations.
This full-service immigration law firm opened in November of 2015, with over 40 years of experience representing families and businesses in Colorado.
“Alpine Immigration Law Center is a local immigration law firm that offers full service immigration advice and services to individuals and businesses alike,” said Jaci Ohayon, who runs the Dillon firm, “including but not limited to: adjustment of status, waivers, green card applications, work visas, DACA, asylum and naturalizations.”
The law center is affiliated with a sister immigration law firm, located in Anchorage, Alaska.
Dickey’s Barbecue Pit has opened a location in Dillon, offering slow-smoked meats and home-style sides. The business makes eight different meats, including sliced beef brisket and southern pulled pork, and 12 different sides, like waffle iron fries, creamy coleslaw and fried onion tanglers. Family packs and kids meals are available too. Order online for a fast lunch or dinner pick-up. Locals, show your resident identification upon payment to receive a 10 percent discount. (970) 468-4947
Think Rent The Runway, but for ski and snowboard soft goods — Get Outfitted was started in Colorado Springs, but moved its fulfillment center to Dillon in November of 2015. New or visiting snow sport athletes can rent outfits from the company, which included a jacket, pants, baselayer, gloves and goggles.
Adult outfits range from $49 to $33 per day, and youth outfits range from $30 to $20 per day. Free shipping of outfits is availble, both ways.
“There is a prepaid return label provided, so when the customer is done, they just put the outfit back in the bag, seal it up, and send it back,” explained Anthony Trinh, vice president of operations.
Colorado-based cannabis dispensary chain Native Roots has just opened up in Dillon. Visitors are welcome, and locals get 50 percent off of products like bud, cones, shatter, wax, bubble hash and cannasap, and 25 percent off of all vendor products such as edibles, topicals, apparel and accessories.
To be considered a local, customers have to be in the set limits per store and provide proof of residency at the time of purchase. Native Roots accepts IDs, employee passes for mountains and even a piece of mail.
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