Ned to Go
The purpose of Ned to Go is to support businesses along the Peak to Peak Highway (a 25-mile radius of the town of Nederland) with marketing tools, in order to inform the local and visiting public of current business offerings (hours, location, menu, specials, events, etc.). Launching a website at the onset of the pandemic, Ned to Go built a website to promote local eateries and drinkeries with takeout options. The community has come to rely on this website as the gateway for restaurant, bar, and event information, and visitors are directed to the site through online search and word of mouth.
MISSION: valuable resource of physical events that brings people together and money into the community.
- Ned to Go operates a viable website and venue for the purpose of driving clients to local businesses.
- We work with local businesses and organizations to provide events that will bring in revenue to the community.
- We promote and assist local restaurants and events centers in the Peak to Peak area.
Ned to Go is organized exclusively for the public benefit as a not-for-profit association, operating exclusively for charitable purposes within the meaning of the IRS code Section 501 © 3, any applicable future Federal Tax Code Law, and Colorado State Laws. The activities shall be conducted in such a manner that no part of the net earnings will financially benefit any member, director, officer, or individual.
Stephanie Andelman has been helping Nederland businesses and nonprofits since 2006. Coming from a background in environmental advocacy and digital music, skiing and wine are her deepest passions. When she’s outside of her full-time job as a marketing director for a mortgage company, she’s booking music, promoting establishments and events through NedtoGo, putting on festivals in the town of Nederland (Frozen Dead Guy Days, Harvest Fest, Party in the Peaks, Ned Jazz Wine, and Nederdays), and biking or skiing. Stephnet Consulting is dedicated to networking for fun.
Phil Chappell has sound on his mind all the time. With a degree in Audio Engineering and Music Production, he started his career in the studio, mixing for all genres of music. When he wasn’t on the road playing bass in Colorado bands, he began producing music events. Whether he’s the production manager, front of house engineer, monitor engineer, or stage manager, he excels under pressure to make the performer and audience experience world-class audio. His business TriProductions takes care of audio equipment rentals and management, sound room treatments, and mixing songs prior to mastering.