Evans Chaffee Construction Group brought home six BEAM awards at the bi-annual awards ceremony hosted by the Eagle Valley Home Builders Association. BEAM awards are given to local building professionals for building excellence and achievement of merit.
Builders were judged for their overall excellence in construction, use of materials, and attention to local architecture, among other variables. Evans Chaffee was also honored for projects in 2006 and 2004.
For more information, visit http://www.evanschaffee.com or call (970) 845-0466.
Grease Monkey International Inc. has awarded Loren Fletcher’s Glenwood Springs Grease Monkey franchise the Diamond Circle Award in recognition of strong sales performance in 2007. Fletcher also received the President’s Award in recognition of excellence in marketing, operations and overall commitment to the Grease Monkey system.
He was honored in front of his peers during the Grease Monkey conference, including franchisees with centers located across the United States, Latin America and China.
Loren attributes his success to building loyal customer relationships. This summer Loren and his team helped a nonprofit dedicated to raising money in the fight against cancer.
The center, located at 3106 S. Glen, opened in 1995.
Michelle James has been named the top sales person for October for Vicki Lee Green Realtors.
Robin Bennett has been named the top listing agent for October for Vicki Lee Green Realtors.
Arbonne International and Arbonne Executive District Manager Geneva Farr welcome Kelly’s Aloha Spa located at 124 W. Second St. in Rifle. This full-service day spa offers skin care using patent-pending and Swiss-formulated products by Arbonne. These pure, safe products are exclusively offered at Kelly’s Aloha Spa and through independent consultant Geneva Farr.
Spa hours are from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Mondays through Saturdays. Tanning hours are 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Mondays through Fridays and 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Saturdays.
For more information, call 625-0756. For more information about Arbonne products, call Geneva Farr at 309-3088.
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