About Denver

AAA Sew Vac East has been in business for more than 25 years doing sewing machine and vacuum cleaner repair in Denver. With more than fifteen different brands of commercial and home floor cleaners, AAA Sew Vac takes pride in restoring your vacuum cleaner or sewing machine to working condition with first class service and repairs. Their goal is to ensure every customer leaves their store satisfied and with a working vacuum cleaner.

About Denver CO

Denver is the 19th most populated city in the United States and has seen a population increase of nearly 20% since 2010. Located in the South Platte River Valley, Denver holds the nickname of the “Mile High City” because it has an official elevation of exactly one mile or 5,280 feet above sea level. Denver was named the best city to live in by the U.S. News & World Report in 2016. 

The climate of Denver is described as semi-arid with low humidity year round and 3,100 sunshine hours each year. The average temperature of Denver is 50.4 °F and they get approximately 14 inches of rain each year.

Attractions & Events

Looking for something to do on Friday night or over the weekend with the family while waiting on the vacuum cleaner repairs? Well Denver is definitely a city full of attractions from historic museums to day trips and outdoor activities that everyone can enjoy.

Empower Field at Mile High – This stadium is home to the Denver Broncos (NFL team) and was opened in 2001. The stadium is a great place to take the family for a nice weekend out to enjoy some football and stadium snacks.

Adventure Golf and Raceway –  Home to three themed mini-golf courses and electric go-karts, this place is the perfect spot to spend a Saturday with the family. No matter what your preference is, you’ll find something fun for everyone and the concessions are all reasonably priced so it won’t break the bank.


Founded November 17, 1858, Denver was named after the Kansas Territorial Governor, James W. Denver. General William Larimer and Captain Jonathan Cox hoped the name would aid in its selection as the county seat of Arapaho County. Unfortunately for them, however, the Governor had already resigned from his position. 

The location they setup gave them access to existing trails and was across the South Platte River which was where the Cheyenne and Arapaho would setup seasonal encampments. The location of these first towns is now home to the Confluence Park which is in downtown Denver.