Business file for Dec. 2
December 2, 2007
Black Tie Ski Rentals going green
Steamboat SpringsSteamboat Springs — Black Tie Ski Rental's local branch has earned the Gold Planet certification from the Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association's sustainable business program. — Black Tie Ski Rental's local branch has earned the Gold Planet certification from the Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association's sustainable business program.
Steamboat Springs — Black Tie Ski Rental’s local branch has earned the Gold Planet certification from the Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association’s sustainable business program.
Black Tie Ski Rentals worked with Environment Solutions Unlimited, the Chamber’s environmental consulting service, to develop business practices to help it attain sustainability in its daily operations.
In its environmental efforts, the ski rental business has designated two of its employees as in-house sustainability coordinators, pledged to educate and train its workers about sustainability, and completed an energy assessment summary. Black Tie Ski Rentals also has created a reward program, through which employers who carpool to work can earn ski passes and paid time off.
CMC students design snowboard for athlete
Maggie Carrigan, an 11-year-old member of the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club, has won a custom snowboard designed by students in Colorado Mountain College’s ski business program.
The Camp Soda Creek fifth-grader beat out 960 competitors during the ninth annual Screamboat Chamber of Horrors Halloween event.
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Carrigan competes in boardercross, slalom and giant slalom, and had her first year of racing last winter. Her father is a graduate of CMC’s ski business program.
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