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Beacon Senior News

BEACON readers KNOW BEST!

Jan 28, 2020 12:40PM ● By Cloie Sandlin

Introducing the 2020 BEACON Best winners.

The nominations are in and the results have been tallied. BEACON readers spent the last few months submitting their favorite local hot spots. Now, we’re excited to reveal the BEACON Best—33 restaurants, shops and service providers that rise above the rest for both Mesa County and Montrose & Delta Counties' boomers and seniors.

Find out the winners!

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Many of our readers grew up in an age where good service was a staple of every purchase. Unfortunately, some businesses today treat customer service as if it’s old-fashioned and out of style. While this year’s BEACON Best winners span many different industries, they all have at least one thing in common: Each winner delivers a high-quality experience and is dedicated to the superior customer service that BEACON readers have come to respect.

Local and Loved

In any healthy relationship, love is reciprocated. Our February issue is the perfect place to recognize the love our readers have for the community and the outstanding businesses that go the extra mile for them.

While limited space restricts us from highlighting all 33 winners, we’d like to thank the hundreds of readers who voted, as well as the winners committed to the Western Slope and its seniors.

It’s that kind of commitment that sets the BEACON Best apart.