Bray & Co. Real Estate recognized Ruth Trowbridge for her achievement as the top listing agent for July.
Renelle Lott and Amy Uhrich shared the top spot for closed sales volume for the July.Congratulations Ruth, Renelle and Amy.
Blizzard Internet Marketing Inc., a provider of professional online marketing solutions to the hospitality industry, announces Trent Blizzard is now president and chief marketing officer for the company. Trent is the founder of the company and will now focus his efforts to educate people about Internet marketing.Susan Blizzard, co-owner of the company, is now the chief executive officer.She develops financial strategies, manages assets and analyzes profitability.Heather Austin began working for the company in 2000 and is now the chief administrative officer and has interpersonal, budgeting and forecasting skills.Russ Cabe is now the chief operations officer. He brings the production departments together to deliver service to Blizzards clients.The company, based in Glenwood Springs, is one of the leading providers of Internet services within the hospitality industry and recognized as one of the Top 30 SEO Companies in the world, a top producer of websites in Colorado and one of the Top Family-Owned Companies in Colorado.For more information on Blizzard Internet Marketing Inc., please visit http://www.blizzardinternet.com or call (888) 840-5893.
The second largest Colorado-owned solar electric installer has established a Western Slope presence, hiring experienced solar consultant Andy Gillis of Carbondale. Vibrant Solar recently became the sole installer of solar for HomeSmart from Xcel Energysm and therefore is seeing increased demand west of the continental divide, particularly in Grand Junction.Gillis serves customers from Glenwood Springs to Aspen, Grand Junction to Vail, plus outlying areas. The company has five Western Slope projects currently under way.For more information, contact Gillis at 379-4033 or firstname.lastname@example.org; or Mark Simmons at (720) 985-8522 or email@example.com.
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The Glenwood Springs City Council voted to extend the existing face covering mandate for indoor public-facing spaces within city limits during Thursday night’s meeting.