Stu Crair, drummer for Musketeer Gripweed and Dead Floyd, is also an enterprising entrepreneur, having launched the Digital Workshop Center in 2006 which now includes a co-working space in the company’s Old Town location at 324 Remington, Suite 130. With a 15 member/seat space in the co-working/community division, with memberships ranging from one to five days a week of space, as well as private offices available, the new addition joins the existing classroom spaces where DWC offers training on technology ranging from Microsoft Office to graphic and web design to digital marketing and video effects/editing. The company provides onsite training for companies, as well as classroom, online, private instruction, and night and weekend classes. For information: DigitalWorkshopCenter.com 970.980.8091 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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