Aurora Business

George Peck

The guy with the endless smile and booming voice that made every event sound like it could have been a game show, a radio show, Sunday mass or the greatest show on Earth has spent 15 years boasting about Aurora and boosting everything about the community

Shoppers navigate aisles of produce Jan. 20 at King Soopers in Southeast Aurora. (Aaron Cole/Aurora Sentinel)

“I’d call it the changing face of retail, because not that long ago you saw people, including us, building cookie cutter stores, but it’s no longer a-one-size-fits-all approach,” she said. “It’s more of a strategy of where to build new stores to best fit customer needs. We know they have a choice of where they shop, and we have to work hard to earn that business.”

DENVER | Democrats want to see finance charges on credit cards from Colorado lenders capped at 12.5 percent, instead of the current 21 percent limit. But their proposal faces long odds in a Republican committee. Sen. Jessie Ulibarri of Commerce City is leading the effort to limit credit-card finance charges. The bill has its first hearing […]