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Three join Hair Bar

The Hair Bar in Carbondale has hired three new hair artists: Aly Rochman, an Aveda trained stylist and well-known local hair celebrity; Jimmy Cendoma from Paul Mitchell School in Hawaii; and Zakk Dillon, a former TiGi educator from New York. Contact the Hair Bar at 963-5651 to schedule a visit.



Schneider joins W.J. Bradley Mortgage

Kirk Schneider has joined W.J. Bradley Mortgage. Kirk brings a wealth of knowledge on first-time homebuyer loans as well as jumbo loans. He will be focusing on the Basalt/Snowmass/Aspen market where he lives and has been for several years. If you are looking for a home loan to purchase or refinance a home please call Kirk today at (970) 618-8284 or email at Kirk.Schneider@wjbradley.com.



Professional Auto Body working with EMC Insurance

EMC Insurance has selected Professional Auto Body as a direct repair partner. If you are involved in a collision, Professional Auto Body will work on your behalf with EMC to repair your vehicle in an efficient manner. Professional Auto Body will arrange a rental car, submit all relevant information to EMC, repair your vehicle and direct bill EMC.

EMC was founded in 1911 and employees 2,100 people in 16 locations. Forbes named EMC Insurance among the “100 Most Trustworthy Companies” in 2013.

James leads Vicki Lee Green Realtors

Vicki Lee Green Realtors would like to congratulate Michelle James for being the salesperson of the month for September. Michelle was also the top listing agent for September with the highest number of new listings. Michelle has 20 years’ experience selling real estate in the Roaring Fork Valley. Vicki Lee Green Realtors would like to congratulate Michelle James for being the salesperson of the month for September. Michelle was also the top listing agent for September with the highest number of new listings. Michelle has 20 years’ experience selling real estate in the Roaring Fork Valley.


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