David M. Waite left his position as chief deputy district attorney with the 14th Judicial District on Monday to join the law offices of Ralph A. Cantafio, P.C. The office is at 676 Yampa Ave., in Craig. Waite will begin his new position Monday.
Waite will emphasize criminal law, including drunken driving charges, domestic relations, civil litigation, business litigation, bankruptcy and general practice.
Cantafio said the firm welcomes the addition of Waite’s extensive trial experience and his significant historical ties to Craig and Moffat County, where he was raised and he and his family continue to live.
Stokes family on top
of PostNet’s heap
Terry and Kathy Stokes, owners of PostNet in Steamboat Springs, have achieved the distinction of running the top revenue producing store in the 850-store system.
The Steamboat PostNet is the only store with revenues in excess of $750,000 and the Stokeses were the only owner inducted into the “750 Club” during PostNet’s national convention in Charlotte, N.C., last month.
PostNet is a franchise operation offering digital copy and document services, printing and finishing, computer/Internet services, shipping and more.
buys into Steamboat
Private Escapes, a destination travel club based in Fort Collins, has purchased a condominium at Eagle Ridge Lodge and plans to include Steamboat among 25 international resorts it will offer to charter members in its business.
Destination clubs are a relatively new concept in luxury travel. Private Escape’s President Richard Keith said the business would offer members “virtually unlimited year-round access to a range of properties worldwide.” The company says it is the first and only destination club that offers entry fees of less than six figures.
While Keith’s competitors offer access to million-dollar properties, he plans to offer his members access to properties at a lower price point with comparable service and amenities.
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