Briefs for March 28 |

Briefs for March 28

Steamboat Grand retains top rating

Steamboat Springs

The Steamboat Grand Resort Hotel and Conference Center has retained the four-diamond rating it earned from AAA last year.

AAA presented its 2004 Four Diamond Award to 26 lodgings and 23 restaurants in Colorado on March 19 at The Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs.

The Grand is among a select group of AAA Four Diamond winners. Only 3.25 percent of the estimated 31,000 rated lodgings and 3.21 percent of the estimated 19,100 restaurants are awarded Four Diamond designations.

The Four Diamond symbol will be included in each property’s and restaurant’s listing in the 2004 AAA Colorado/Utah guide released this month.

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Prudential piles up company sales awards

Steamboat Springs

Prudential Steamboat Realty, in Central Park Plaza, received Prudential Real Estate’s Round Table Award for the Central Region at the company’s sales convention in Miami Beach on March 7 through 10.

The award honors the top three offices from each U.S. region.

Several Prudential Steamboat Realty professionals received awards and recognition at the national convention.

Pam Vanatta ranked 68th among more than 50,000 sales professionals in Prudential Real Estate Affiliates. She received the PREA 100 Award, which goes to the top 100 sales professionals who have achieved the highest residential GCI or closed residential units in 2003.

Vanatta and Cam Boyd, Prudential owners, also were named to the prestigious Chairman’s Circle-Diamond. Lisa Olson was named to the Chairman’s Circle-Gold; Annette Hall, Vicky Hanna, Kim Kreissig, Dave Moloney, and Kathy Steinberg were named to the President’s Circle; Karen Hughes, Caroline Wellford and Tom Wilson received the Leading Edge Award; and Greg Forney, Nona Gall and Chris Sachs received the Honor Society Award.

Those in attendance at the National Convention included: Molly Hibbard, Colleen de Jong and Harry Thompson.