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Resort Trends Inc. marked five years in business in March. Proprietor Vicky Nash has filled a niche as an independent contractor specializing in marketing and public relations services for the tourism and resort industry. Services include marketing and public relations strategic plan development, press kit production, press release distribution, and media event coordination for several businesses throughout Colorado and Wyoming. Contact Resort Trends Inc. at 948-4923, http://www.ResortTrends.com, or e-mail Vicky@ResortTrends.com.

The Housing and Building Association of Northwestern Colorado (HBA) announces the formation of the Roaring Fork Contractors Association, a chapter of the HBA in Garfield and Pitkin counties. The association brings support services and benefits to members of the construction industry through political representation, community service and education. For membership information, call (970) 245-0253 or visit http://www.gihba.org.

Do you need a bilingual real estate agent? The A-Team Inc. Realtors would like to thank Lori Kass for her bilingual efforts in helping the Spanish-speaking community invest in real estate. For more information call Lori at 928-8999.



Glenwood Insurance Agency is happy to report that Connie Mellin has earned her insurance license in Life and Health through the state of Colorado. Connie has been with the agency since November 2004 and resides in Carbondale. Connie specializes in health insurance for businesses, but also is able to assist the individual.

• Power Selling for Mega Profits April 13This seminar will give you the skills you need to boost your confidence in your ability to sell ice to Eskimos. You will be given the techniques that give anyone the ability to sell anything to anyone without having years of sales experience. For more information, call 384-8523 for location and reservations.


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