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Top RE/MAX Glenwood producersRE/MAX Mountain West announced the top producers in the Glenwood Springs office for the month of February: In all of the listings and sales categories, the newly organized A Team of Todd Leahy, Jim Gornick, and assistant Kris Leahy were the top producers. The A Team and RE/MAX Mountain West are located at 1319 Grand Ave.; call 945-4200.Randol joins Glenwood RealtyGlenwood Realty is proud to announce that longtime Glenwood Springs resident Denver Randol has joined the company as an associate broker. Denver is a graduate of Glenwood Springs High School and Colorado State University. For the last ten years Denver has been a territory manager on the Western Slope for a hardware distribution company. Denver is excited about spending more time locally and wants to extend an invite for all of his friends and acquaintances to stop in or call. Denver can be reached at the office at 818 Grand Ave.; call 945-8585 (w), 379-0264 (cell) or 945-2674 (h), or e-mail him at drandol@ joins American Solutions for BusinessRick Griffin has announced his recent business partnership with American Solutions for Business, an employee-owned company. Griffin has over 28 years of experience in the graphic arts field, with 16 of those years in the Front Range, Summit County, and west of the Vail Valley; and will continue to offer his customers high-quality products and services. Because of the new affiliation, Griffin will be able to offer a wider product base as well as extended services. American is a distributor of printing, promotions and enterprise-wide document management solutions with over 400 sales associates and 70,000 clients.Mason & Morse top listerMason & Morse Real Estate of Glenwood Springs is very pleased to announce the top producers for the month of February 2004: We congratulate Wendy Harrison for being number one in listings and closed sales, and Shannon Kyle for the number of properties under contract.Anderson, Onorofskie recognized by American National BankAmerican National Bank wishes to congratulate Jaye Anderson, who was recognized at the American National Bank awards banquet as the Western Region top producer for the Mortgage Loan Division for 2003. This is the third consecutive year she has achieved this award. Deb Onorofskie was recognized as the Western Region top consumer loans producer for 2003.Joy Benedict joins Mason & Morse Mason & Morse Real Estate is pleased to announce that Joy Benedict has recently joined the company as the new managing broker for both Basalt and Carbondale offices. Benedict became a full-time real estate broker in 1978, working for King Real Estate in Studio City, Calif. for eleven years. In 1986 she was honored as salesperson of the year from the Sales & Marketing Council of Los Angeles. She moved to Washington, Va., where she opened a country inn and was the managing broker for a small branch office of Real Estate III. Three years later Joy was appointed sales manager for a large builder in Vienna, Va., where she sold over $40 million in real estate over a two-year period. Joy moved to the Roaring Fork Valley in 1994, working as a broker associate for Mason & Morse for 18 months. She left to become the co-owner and managing broker at Bray & Company. Joy has earned GRI, CRS and CRB designations.Alpine Bank debuts Loyalty Check CardsAlpine Bank has developed a new way for its customers to give back to their communities by launching the Loyalty Check Card Collection. The Loyalty Collection will offer customers a choice of Loyalty Check Card groups: the Arts, Community, Education, Environment, and the Maroon Bells card, which has no affiliation. Each time the card is used by the customer, Alpine Bank donates ten cents to the Loyalty category of their choice. Charitable organizations in all Alpine Bank communities are invited to participate in the program. For more information about the Loyalty Check Card Collection, please contact your local Alpine Bank. New BBB members The Mountain States Better Business Bureau welcomes the following new members in the Garfield, Pitkin and Basalt Area that joined the BBB in January, 2004. The BBB Torch identifies businesses that demonstrate high standards, honesty and fair treatment of customers. Only the BBB requires businesses to first establish, then maintain a track record of integrity. For information regarding membership, please call Oni Butterfly at 970-876-0214. Just Kiddn Around at their new location west of Rifle Wal-Mart Super Center, facing I-70, 625-9911. Selling new and gently used clothing and gear for children and mothers to be.Howard Financial Resources 23300 Two Rivers Road #34, Basalt, 927-3909. Assisting clients in accumulating and retaining wealth in a tax-efficient manner; financial planning for businesses and individuals. Juicy Lucys Steakhouse 309 7th Street, Glenwood Springs, 945-4619. Serving the finest choice and prime steaks and fresh seafood; sumptuous and creative salads, appetizers and desserts. Mi Casita Real Estate 1030 Grand Ave., Glenwood Springs, 945-2400. Proud to be one of the first real estate companies in the valley to offer bilingual services. Whether you speak English or Spanish theyll be happy to assist you with all your real estate needs. Rifle Boot & Saddle Repair 103 East Third Street. Rifle, 625-4816. Repairing everything! Custom leather work, canvas goods, motorcycle and cowboy chaps, holsters; gun sheaths, tent repair; servicing outfitters and the public. Rifle Jet Center 375 County Road 352, Bldg. 3000, Rifle, 625-4833. Offering aircraft charters, aircraft management and acquisition, ownership programs, maintenance, and long or short-term hangar space. The Flight Department 60 West Airport Road, Suite C, Aspen, 920-3000. Aircraft charters, aircraft management and acquisition, ownership programs, maintenance, and long or short-term hangar space.

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