Annie Olson joins Coldwell Banker Mason Morse
Annie Olson is now a broker associate with the Coldwell Banker Mason Morse Glenwood Springs office.
Olson lived in Aspen in the ’70s and ’80s and could not stay away — returning every year to ski and enjoy the lifestyle. She started her 17-year real estate career with Coldwell Banker in 1997 in the midwest, where she grew up one of eight siblings.
Olson currently serves on the board of directors for the Center for the Arts, Culinary Arts & Brewfest Committee and the Summer of Music Committee in Glenwood. She also organized the American Red Cross “Operation Comfort” for our troops in Iraq in 2003.
Olson was a recipient for the Coldwell Banker International Sterling Society Achievement award and has achieved her ABR, CMS GRI, SFR, & EcoBroker designations and is candidate for her CRS designation.
Roaring Fork Business Resource Center Elects New Member to Board of Directors
Nicole Christianson of Colorado Lending Source (CLS) has been elected to the Roaring Fork Business Resource Center board of directors.
Christianson works as senior loan officer in the Glenwood Springs office of CLS. Nicole’s role primarily involves working with borrowers in the region on their 504 loans as well as partnering with the banks across the Western Slope on the 7a loan program. As a resource partner for lenders and small businesses, she strives for continued collaboration as a way to further growth and prosperity for Colorado communities. Inspired by the entrepreneurs she works with, Christianson is interested in all things related to small business—especially social business practices.
Christianson began her service on the board in April 2014.
The Roaring Fork Business Resource Center is a virtual business incubator and resource center serving entrepreneurs, businesses and governments from Aspen to Parachute.
The center is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) non-profit entity that promotes existing business resources, creates new learning opportunities, and identifies ways for small businesses to access capital. Go to http://www.rfbrc.org to learn more.
Floyd’s of Mayberry Barber Shop relocating to Glenwood Springs
After 17 years in Carbondale, Floyd’s of Mayberry Barber Shop is relocating to 1316 Grand Ave. in Glenwood Springs. Owner Pat Bolin-Helling, her sister Connie Bolin-Gilstrap and Julie Dodo will be working in the shop offering men’s haircuts, walk-ins only. In the salon, completely separated from the barber shop, Connie will also be doing women’s cuts, color or highlights, by appointment only. Pat and Connie grew up in Glenwood where Pat has lived virtually all her life. Call 319-5584 for information.
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