Look close, and you’ll see Seder & Sons on top of the building at 300 N. College. As Norm heard it, Mr. Seder was better to his employees than your boss (or former boss) ever was to you.
Archive for the ‘Vintage commercial’ Category
300 N. College: Sharing the wealth at Seder Plastics
Posted in Vintage commercial on July 27, 2009 | 3 Comments »
Looking for City Drug?
Posted in Commercial, Vintage commercial, tagged big jar of pills, Fort Collins City Drug Store, kate forgach, tattle tales on July 24, 2009 | 1 Comment »
Kate Forgach put a link from her Tattle Tales column to Lost Fort Collins today in reference to the cool safe at City Drug that’s still for sale. I’ll repost the photo below.
The last barber pole?
Posted in Vintage commercial, tagged barber shop poles, sign laws on July 17, 2009 | 4 Comments »
Norm and I believe this may be the last outdoor barber pole in Fort Collins. We hope we’re wrong.
Beer run: North College Discount Liquors
Posted in Vintage commercial, tagged Fort Collins liquor, O'Dells IPA on June 21, 2009 | 7 Comments »
I pass it all the time, but never even noticed North College Discount Liquors before. Apparently, that’s not an accident.
Beaver’s Market: A mom & pop grocery competes against supermarkets and superstores
Posted in Commercial, Neighborhoods, Vintage commercial, tagged buy local fort collins, neighborhood markets on March 23, 2009 | 2 Comments »
Every day we’re here, is one more example of how America is supposed to work.
Beaver’s Market is the last neighborhood market in Fort Collins.
Last year, Matt Campbell produced this story for 88.9 KRFC Community Radio about how the family-owned grocery competes, and thrives, in a world of interstate superstores.
(Pictures by Lostfortcollins):