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Blizzard Internet Marketingadds employeesBlizzard Internet Marketing, Inc. of Glenwood Springs is pleased to welcome three new employees to its Promotion Department. All three will be working as promotion account managers, directly working with clients and marketing them on the Internet.Mary Bowling has lived in the Roaring Fork Valley for more than 20 years, and comes to the company with experience in a variety of fields. She holds a bachelors degree from the University of Maryland in parks and recreation management, and has owned many successful small businesses. She keeps a part-time job at Sunlight Ski & Bike Shop in addition to her full-time position at Blizzard.James Sweeney grew up in the valley, and received a bachelors degree in computer science with a minor in mathematics from Fort Lewis College in Durango. While hes worked as a raft guide in the summer, this is his first job since finishing college.John Knox, originally from Georgia, comes to Blizzard from the Seattle area. Hes worked in a number of positions in the hospitality and food service industries, and finds that these experiences give him insight into his clients needs.Blizzard Internet Marketing, Inc. (www.blizzardinternet.com) provides Internet marketing solutions to clients around the country, providing Web site design, hosting and promotion. The Glenwood Springs company employs 42 people and has more than 2,000 clients.Moore joins New Castle Family FitnessJona Moore, a registered dietitian, has joined New Castle Family Fitness. An avid rafter, skier and snowshoer, Moore has been living and playing in the valley for almost a decade. She received her bachelors degree from Concordia College in Moorehead, Minn., and completed the Penrose-St. Francis Healthcare System Dietetic Internship program in Colorado Springs. She recently received her certification as a physician assistant at the University of Colorado Health Services Center in Denver. Information: 984-3200.Wiencek becomes managing brokerRobert Bray, CEO of Bray & Company GMAC Real Estate, announced that Ken Wiencek has accepted the position of managing broker at Bray & Companys Glenwood Springs office.Wiencek, a broker associate with the Glenwood office for the last two years, has been in real estate for 22 years and previously owned a Coldwell Banker franchise. A Glenwood resident for 33 years, Wiencek has a strong knowledge of the area and an extensive real estate background. Information: 945-8626.Speraw joins Valley Wellness CentersThe Valley Wellness Centers welcome Alaina Speraw as their newest Oriental medicine specialist. Speraw has been practicing and teaching Oriental healing arts and mindfullness/awareness for the past 25 years. A graduate of Emperors College in Santa Monica, Calif., she has worked at various locations across the United States and Canada, including work as an acupuncturist at the Canyon Ranch health resort. Speraw is available at Glenwoods Valley Wellness Center and Basalts Mid Valley Chiropractic and Wellness Center. Information: 947-1701.


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