Local business executive Jerry Pradier recently received a two-step promotion to master mentor (coach) through CMT Milestones Unlimited International LLC of Riverdale, N.J. Pradier, president of Progressive Business Development Network, attended master mentor training from CMT to receive advanced coaching skills in face-to-face and telephone personal coaching techniques to advance his coaching.Pradier also coaches business executives across the United States. Anyone interested in receiving a no-cost business analysis or in taking advantage of Jerrys personal or professional coaching may contact Jerry Pradier at (970) 404-1389 or jerry @ probusdev.net.
Alexa Arana has joined J.L. Haneke Financial & Insurance Services Inc. She is a property and casualty customer service representative. She can help customers with ID cards, certificate requests, billing issues and claims, and give customer information to licensed agents for quotes. Alexa habla Espaol tambin! Entonces, si necesita ayudar en Espaol, por favor pregunta por Alexa o Jamie. Please check out the website at http://www.jlhaneke.com.
Sweet Notes, of Glenwood Springs, is excited to present bride-to-be Nichole Bergman and groom-to-be Jerrod Hamann a $100 gift certificate. Nichole and Jerrod were winners at the Fall Bridal Show and are now working with Brenda and Tonya of Sweet Notes to select the perfect wedding invitations and accessories for their upcoming June wedding. Congratulations to Nichole and Jerrod. Sweet Notes offers a full line of custom wedding announcements, save the dates and bridal party gifts everything you need to set the tone for an incredible day.
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Garfield County commissioners want to get a better sense of the local economic impacts of the state’s new oil and gas regulations that came as a result of the 2019 passage of Senate Bill 181.