Business briefs: Colorado Group Realty gives awards
Colorado Group Realty has presented eight individuals with awards that show leadership and strength within the firm.
The Rising Star award, given to a broker who is new to Colorado Group Realty and has made an outstanding contribution to the company in a short period of time, was awarded to Matt Eidt.
The Top Producing Team award was presented to the Metzler Team for the eighth consecutive year.
The Top Producer Individual Award was presented to Penny Fletcher. Colorado Group Realty awards the individual that produces the most within the company for the year.
This year, Colorado Group added two categories to the 2014 awards; Most Transactions Individual and Most Transactions Team. the Paoli Group and the Steamboat Group, with Jon Wade, Jon Kowalsky and Allison Alfone, tied for the highest number of team transactions. The highest number of transactions brokered by an individual was Ron Wendler.
The Most Referrals was delegated to Lori Thompson for getting the most referrals in 2014. This award goes to the recipient who is has held the most referrals in the office and who has presented the Colorado Group brand outside of Routt County.
The Broker of the Year award went to Marci Valicenti and Penny Fletcher. The honor is bestowed upon an individual who makes superior contributions of their time, energy and efforts.
New barbecue joint opening soon in Steamboat
Moe’s Original Bar B Que is scheduled to open in west Steamboat Springs on Wednesday.
The new barbecue joint should appeal to lovers of smoked meats and signature southern sides like corn bread, mac and cheese and baked beans.
It also will feature a full service bar with Colorado craft brews and a happy hour from 2 to 6 p.m.
“In a resort town that caters to visitors, Steamboat locals can often feel squeezed out of their own community during peak ski and summer tourist seasons,” co-owner Chris Gander was quoted as saying in a press release announcing the opening. “Since all of the Steamboat owners are long-time locals for several generations, we want to serve our fellow residents what they deserve and crave, reasonably-priced food and cheap beers in a relaxed atmosphere, away from the resort madness of Ski Town USA.”
Learn more about the restaurant by visiting http://www.moesoriginalbbq.com.
Taco Cabo now being served at base area
You can now get your Taco Cabo fix on the mountain.
The local taqueria recently started cooking up its food at the Double Diamond Bar near the base of the Steamboat Ski Area.
The new location features items not found at the Taco Cabo location on the west end of Steamboat Springs, along with other items at the restaurant.
The Taco Cabo food is being served from 2 to 10 p.m. seven days per week.
The Double Diamond Bar is located at 2300 Mount Werner Circle, across the street from the Gondola Transit Center.
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