Colorado Vault assists North Fork Fire victims
From locking down opposing receivers for the Broncos in the early ’90s to locking up people’s valuables in the present day, Frank Robinson has found a way to keep metro-area residents feeling safe and secure.
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Colorado Vault & Safe Deposit Box Wins Entrepreneur of the Year!
The City of Centennial, at its fourth annual Best of Centennial business recognition awards dinner, honored as Entrepreneur of the Year, the Colorado Vault & Safe Deposit Box Co.; Company of the Year (large business), National CineMedia; and Company of the Year (small business), Altitude Sports & Entertainment. The Centennial Youth Commission presented an Award for Environmental Stewardship to Bio-Intervention Specialists. Two companies were recognized for Project of the Year: Ikea Centennial and Celebrity Lanes. Dry Creek Discount Liquors was selected for the Citizens’ Choice Award. Sabor Mexican Grill was honored as the Flavor of the Year.
Boulder businesses, organizations mobilize to help Fourmile Fire victims
Colorado Vault & Safe Deposit Box Co. has stepped up to help the Fourmile Fire victims and is offering free safe deposit box services for people who need a temporary place to store their valuables.
Business Focus: Colorado Vault and Safe Deposit Box Company, Centennial
An interview with Frank Robinson, Kipp Bockhop and Stewart Gallagher, co-owners of Colorado Vault and Safe Deposit Box Company, talk about their business.
Company sells safe-deposit boxes while banks fill up
A storefront in Centennial’s Foxridge Shopping Center might not come to mind as the first place to find a state-of- the-art vault. But Colorado Vault & Safe Deposit Co. is banking that enough consumers will think outside the box when it comes to storing their valuables.
Non-bank safe deposit box business opens
Kipp Bockhop and Stewart Gallagher opened Colorado Vault & Safe Deposit Box Co. in a Centennial shopping mall in mid-January. With a 300-square-foot steel-and-concrete vault and 300 boxes – about half of them acquired from failed New Frontier Bank in Greeley – they’re ready to accept valuables.