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Sunlight Mountain Resort has hired Susan Sims, a 17-year resident of Glenwood Springs, as supervisor of guest services. She is eager to bring her “people skills” and years of experience in customer service to both Sunlight’s locals and tourists. Another addition to the guest services department is Erin Johnson, who is looking forward to “expertly skiing” the blue runs of Sunlight. Angie Quinn brings a wealth of knowledge and determination to Sunlight and has been a competitive skier in big mountain, terrain park and racing. Lauren Yant is Sunlight’s new marketing director. She is anxious to learn about the ski industry while applying both her strategic and technical marketing skills. Tammy Potter will be overseeing ticketing operations at Sunlight. Potter is excited to learn to ski after getting her first taste last year.Assisting Potter in ticketing operations will be Kevlynn Thompson.Tom Hayes has been promoted from snow safety supervisor to mountain manager. Hayes has been employed in various capacities by Sunlight Mountain Resort since 1983, and is excited to continue his years of ski patrol and mountain management experience at Sunlight Mountain to ensure a safe snow sports experience for everyone.

Climate Control Co. of Glenwood Springs was recognized for their handy work at the Cheryl and Sam Wyly Animal Shelter in Aspen. The System Showcase award in the Commercial Building Category by the Radiant Panel Association was presented to CCC General Manager Stu Lorton on Sept. 29 in Chicago.”We were excited,” he said. “It gives us a little pat on the back for our work.”CCC installed the radiant heating system in the floor of the animal shelter. The awards recognize the quality of the work through presentation, application, technical merit/workmanship and impression.CCC worked in connection with Rudd Construction, which was the general contractor for the project.


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