Business briefs for April 2 |

Business briefs for April 2

Lisa Idzahl joins Steamboat Motors

Lisa Idzahl has joined the sales team at Steamboat Motors.

She has lived in Steamboat since 1992 and helped open Saketumi after working at Slopeside Grill for 8 years. She has been a master gardener in Routt County for the past three years and also enjoys dirtbiking, sailing and hiking.

Idzahl is a graduate of the University of Rhode Island in Kingston. She and her husband live in Phippsburg.

Call Idzahl at 879-8880.

First National Bank promotes Knowles

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First National Bank of Steamboat Springs has promoted Paul Knowles to the position of marketing officer.

“Paul has played an integral part in conveying the strength of a community-owned bank by leading the efforts of our marketing and promotions department,” said John Kerst, bank president and CEO. “He was essential to the successful opening or our new affiliate, Moffat County National Bank in Craig. His promotion is well-deserved.”

Knowles is also the marketing chairman for Northwest Colorado Products, an organization formed to raise awareness of Northwest Colorado producers and their goods.

Doran Auto Repair adds tire shop

Doran Auto Repair has expanded after a decade n business here.

Owner Sean Doran said he acquired land at 2670 Jacobs Circle in Downhill Plaza to expand his business. A&E Tire, Colorado owned since 1986, is housed within Doran Auto Repair. The Denver company has been selling Michelin Tires to customers here for years.