Lorelei Myers has joined the girls at The Hair Fair, 1512 Grand Ave. in Glenwood Springs. Lorelei will take care of your hair needs, perms, colors and cuts. Schedule an appointment for Saturdays, Mondays or Tuesdays by calling 945-0345.
Kathy Marshall has been a licensed property and casualty insurance agent for two years, previously working for an American Family agent in Carbondale. She has lived in Carbondale since 1978 and is married with one daughter and three grandsons. Neil-Garing has provided total insurance solutions to Western Colorado since 1985 and is located in Glenwood Springs.
Mike and Suzanne Henry team up at The A-Team Inc. Realtors and have become top producers in commercial investment properties. For more information call Mike and Suzanne at 928-8999.
The Glenwood Springs office of ALH Sotheby’s International Realty is proud to announce its top brokers for the second quarter of 2006:Top sales broker is Kent Lohse. Kent has been in the valley for more than 20 years and in sales for more than 15 years. Top listing broker is Glenn Ault. Glenn has been in real estate since 1984, and in the valley since the early 1970s.
The Pelican Publishing Co. chose Michael Chandler as its featured author before the International Christian Retailers Show and Convention, held July 9-13 in Denver at the Colorado Convention Center. Chandler signed his newest book, titled “Littlest Cowboy’s Christmas,” an illustrated holiday hardback edition, sharing a never-before-told story about superstar John Denver.
The Glenwood Springs office of ALH Sotheby’s International Realty is pleased to announce that Mark Batmale has joined their office of professional realtors. Mark has been in the valley for more than 30 years and has been a licensed real estate broker since 1995. An avid kayaker and mountaineer, Mark is also a guide for snowcat powder skiing trips for the Aspen Ski Co. He has worked professionally as a builder for 22 years and loves to introduce people to the mountains, rivers and desert areas of Utah. Mark would love to introduce you to your next real estate deal. Call Mark at 928-8484, or on his cell, 618-1393.
Shannon Kyle of ALH Sotheby’s International Realty features homes on the front page area of Glenwood Springs on the Internet’s No. 1 real estate site, REALTOR.com.Shannon Kyle offers the REALTOR.com Featured Homes Marketing System for her clients, so that when potential home buyers search for homes in Glenwood Springs, they will see her clients’ properties prominently displayed first with color photographs. This high value premium placement can provide 500 percent more exposure. This additional exposure is created to increase demand and help sell homes for more.Home sellers interested in finding out how to feature their home on REALTOR.com, AOL and MSN should contact Shannon Kyle at 928-8484 or e-mail Shannon.Kyle@sothebysrealty.com.
Tricia Pittman of Loveland purchased One of a Kind Jewelry in July. She will call her new store “Fine Things.”For 15 years, One of a Kind has featured the fine works of Pat Patterson, and she will continue with Pittman. An annual Locals’ Choice award winner, the store has always been known for quality jewelry and great collectibles.Store hours are from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Mondays through Saturdays. The store is closed on Sundays.Fine Things is located at 309 Eighth St. in Glenwood Springs. Call 945-5222 for more information.
Mark Murray, sales guide, and Jeremiah Allen, technician at Land Rover Roaring Fork, were recently awarded Master Guild status by Land Rover North America and now enter the competition for the coveted Marque of Distinction Award.Murray has been with Land Rover since 1998 and Allen since 1997.The Master Guild is made up of Land Rover employees who through extensive training and competition have made it to the top 15 spots in the country. All top 15 Master Guild finalists receive an all-expense paid, seven-day cruise to the south Caribbean in December. On the cruise, one Master Guild member receives the Marque of Distinction award.
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