June Newsletter Update

Welcome Summer!

On June 21st, we will finally be able to officially welcome summer into our lives again. Not sure about you, but we are ready for a little less rain and a little more sunshine! In that spirit, we know kids are out of school and that many of you take vacations. Please let us know your schedule as soon as you can, so we can make the right adjustments for your cleaning schedule. We hope you all have a safe, dry and enjoyable summer, starting this month! Finally we decided to learn a little more about summer, the solstice and what goes with it. So we consulted the Old Farmer’s Almanac for some info. If you want to learn more, visit them here.

Denver Summer Restaurant Openings

We love a good meal over at DenverConcierge and sometimes it’s fun to try new things. This summer will be a busy one for new restaurants inDenver and the folks at Zagat have helped us figure out what’s happening. To see a full list of what is coming to our fine city, click here.

Partners We Love

Is your company looking for more information on health care reform and how to handle it? The Affordable Care Act is in full force and it’s fairly complicated to navigate. We love the folks over at Rocky Mountain Insurance Consultants. They deal with group health insurance plans for companies large and small, and have been instrumental in helping us prepare for the health care mandate that we will be facing next year.  They have 20 years in the industry and are nice people to boot. To learn more about Rocky Mountain Insurance Consultants, please click here. Or you can email them directly here.

Father’s Day

June 21st will be a busy day, the start of summer and one of our favorite holidays, Father’s Day. For you golfers out there (we try) It is also the final day of the U.S. Open (that’s just a reminder for the ladies that you might be busy that Sunday afternoon).

Just as we saluted Moms last month, let’s give a big shout out to the Dads out there. We know you probably don’t want any credit but let us thank you for all you do on this special day.

Here’s to fixing things, bumps and bruises, eating meat, playing catch, and all of the other many things that fathers do. Most importantly, thanks for your influence on all the people in your lives, primarily your kids. Learning to grow up and be a real man is one of the most challenging yet rewarding things around. So, Dad, here’s to you, thanks and have a cold one on us!!!

Queen Bee Corner

by Angela

Now that the weather is hopefully beginning to settle down enough to make outdoor plans, remember that that we automatically clean your patios/balconies/decks each visit (weather permitting).  On the other hand if you’d rather we didn’t just give me a call or send me an email and I’ll make a note on your work order.

Also, with the real estate market booming we have quite a few clients who are moving but staying within our cleaning area (thank you!).  If your house is on the market and you need to have it spruced up from time to time outside your normal schedule, let me know.

Happy summer!