Linda Winter agrees that one of Greeley's best "styles" is giving. As a business owner in Weld County for over 42 years, she has witnessed first hand how the generosity of the community supports over 100 non profit organizations that serve Greeley and surrounding areas. She herself, has served on many of the boards that govern those organizations. Currently, she is the president of the board for the local train museum, and a board member for the Greeley Philharmonic Orchestra.
One of the things that really brings Greeley residents together, is the events that are held, including fund raising. As the owner of the fashion boutique, Accessories with a Flair, Linda has helped women for years to add "a little color and a little pizazz" to the clothing that is worn to these great community events. She describes Greeley's fashion style as "A little bit country, a little bit rock and roll". She carries clothing that will take you from the Greeley Stampede, to the most elegant nights with NCMC Foundation or Boys and Girls Club Elegant Night. Not only does she support these events by helping attendees dress for the occasion, she encourages people to "Shop local- we are the ones that give back to these fundraisers by donating to silent auctions and things like that."
1. "I serve every age, from 15 to 95. It doesn't matter your age or style, I just want to make you feel good"
2. "Everyone needs a little color, and a little pizazz...If you don't feel better after you have left my store, then I haven't done my job"
3. "Greeley is a little bit Country, a little bit Rock 'n' Roll"