Business Briefs April 23, 2019
Glenwood Hot Springs names quarterly Devereux Leadership Award Winner
Karen Thorpe is the latest recipient of the Devereux Leadership Award, an honor that recognizes individuals who demonstrate exceptional management skills that align with the resort’s mission to “make people feel better.” The tribute rewards qualities such as problem-solving, team building, accountability, effective communications style and professionalism.
In her role as executive assistant, Thorpe has worn many hats in her six years at the Hot Springs and can always be counted on to handle herself with poise and grace. “Karen is the epitome of a Devereux Leadership Award recipient. Her competency and leadership are an asset to our guests, employees and the community,” Glenwood Hot Springs Resort Vice President John Bosco said. “She’s highly organized and efficient. Karen is a multi-tasking pro who can expertly juggle the demands of a business with multiple revenue streams and many moving parts.”
RE/MAX Agent Steve Carter earns Lifetime Achievement Award
Steve Carter, with RE/MAX Country, has been presented with the RE/MAX Lifetime Achievement Award, which honors highly successful agents. Less than 6 percent of active agents in the RE/MAX network have achieved this award since its inception.
“Steve’s tireless dedication to serving his clients and community has allowed him to achieve this high honor,” said Debbie Sanderson, broker/owner of RE/MAX Country. “Winning this award is a significant accomplishment, and we’re extremely proud that Steve is a member of our team.”
Carter has been working in the real estate industry for more than 18 years and has extensive experience in residential properties working with both sellers and buyers. Among Carter’s list of achievements, he has earned RE/MAX Hall of Fame 2007, RE/MAX 100% Club 2003, 2004, 2008, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2018, RE/MAX Platinum Club 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2017 and RE/MAX Executive Club 2009, 2011.
In addition, Carter actively supports the Literacy Outreach program and has coached the offensive line for the Glenwood Springs Varsity High School Football team since 2006.
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