Tramazzo takes over as PI’s business manager |

Tramazzo takes over as PI’s business manager

Rob Tramazzo has come a long way since he packed up his Honda and headed to Colorado from Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.This month, the 1994 graduate of Loyola University of New Orleans was named the Post Independent’s business manager, filling the role formerly held by Nicole Lunt.”I feel extremely lucky to have the opportunity to work for Colorado Mountain News Media,” Tramazzo said. “This company offers great potential for personal growth while keeping a fresh spirit and outlook.”Tramazzo holds a master’s in business administration from Rollins College. He worked at British Airways in Miami and traveled around the world before pursuing his MBA. Tramazzo is a former financial analyst for Renaissance Cruises, which went bankrupt after Sept. 11.”Rob brings a lot to the table with his education and experience,” PI publisher Andrea Porter said. “We are excited to have that caliber of individual in our community, and we’re excited to have that here.” Tramazzo came to Glenwood Springs for a job, arriving in the spring of 2003.”Since then, I have had a ton of interesting experiences and made a lot of wonderful friends in the valley,” he said.Skilled in working for both large corporations and small businesses, Tramazzo said CMNM feels like a “perfect fit” for his career track.”Everyone who works here seems happy to go to work every day. Even when being hired, upper management seemed to impress upon me that attitude is just as important as experience, if not more,” he said. “In a career where people spend at least 65 percent or more of their life doing, I feel it’s vital for an individual to be excited about getting up and going into the office every day. I only hope that I’m able to follow in the example of my predecessors by helping the company grow and continue along its path of success.”

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