Airborne Media, E7 Systems create alliance
Durango-based Airborne Media Group Inc. announces the formation of a strategic technical alliance with Durango-based E7 Systems to further its software, interactive application development and commercialization of its new audioair listening-experience systems.
Audioair permits smartphone users to privately listen to television in public venues such as airports, sports bars and casinos, that have its audio muted because of noise considerations. E7 Systems is a venture-technology firm which provides software development and new business solutions to start-up companies.
E7 provided new product concept development, software, and systems configuration and design for audioair as well as initial business development consulting.
Airborne Media Group also made strategic alliances with Durango-based Rock Systems LLC, a high-technology electrical mechanical firm and San Diego based Accel-RF which is manufacturing the new product. Audioair system installations are under way in the Albuquerque/Santa Fe market and in Southwest Colorado.
For more information on Airborne Media group, visit www.airbornemediagroup.com or www.audioair.net. For more information on E7 Systems, visit www.e7systems.com.
Alley Cuts announces return of stylist
Alley Cuts announces Kelly Lee, owner and operator, is now accepting new clients and continuing service to current clientele after full recovery from surgery last March.
For the first time since 2009, Lee is able to work full time after a successful hip replacement. She has been a hairstylist for 34 years and a salon owner for 25. Lee specializes in all types of haircuts and lengths including: hair color, high/lowlights, full/partial gray coverage, conditioning gray blending, semi-permanent color and mens natural color.
She also specializes in body waves, thinning hair, mustache and beard trimming, facial/outer ear waxing, and wig and hairpiece cutting and styling.
Alley Cuts accepts cash and checks and is located in the Durango Salons and Suites, a green building next to KFC, at 2929 Main Ave., Suite A-2, on ground level.
For more information, call 759-7314, email AlleyCuts@bresnan.net, or Google Alley Cuts Durango.
Julie Kostuch returns to counseling
After traveling and working in the Northern Mariana Islands, Julie Kostuch has returned to Durango to do private counseling work.
Her experience includes working with culturally diverse groups and families in private and school settings, as well as travel within the Northern Pacific and Japan.
Kostuchs areas of focus include working with children through play therapy, family therapy, teenagers and young adults. She has studied body-based healing modalities for grief, anxiety and trauma. Her office is currently accepting referrals for counseling and most insurance.
For more information, call 799-0807.
Douglas Miller has received training
Douglas E. Miller, licensed psychologist, has completed 32 hours of advanced training in EEG Biofeedback.
EEG Biofeedback also is known as Neurofeedback, a type of treatment providing children and adults an effective alternative to medication for the treatment of ADHD, anxiety, depression and learning disorders.
For more information, call Miller at 382-2680 or visit www.DurangoPsychologist.com.
LPEA board member receives certificate
Pagosa Springs resident Ken Fox, member of the La Plata Electric Association board of directors representing District 1 (Archuleta County), has completed the required courses and earned his Credentialed cooperative director certificate from the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association.
Fox was recognized for his commitment to education at the associations Region 7 and 9 meeting held in Denver.
The CCD program requires attendance and demonstrated understanding of the basic competencies contained in these core courses: director duties and liabilities; understanding the electric business; board roles and relationships; business planning and understanding financial planning.
For more information, call 247-5786 or visit www.lpea.coop.