Business briefs for Dec. 12
Stroock promoted to associate broker
Prudential Steamboat Realty is proud to announce that Adrienne Stroock will continue her association with Prudential as an associate broker. She has been with Prudential for 3 1/2 years and has worked in real estate for five years. Adrienne has been a resident of Steamboat Springs for 10 years and lives with her husband, Ben, and their daughter, Ella.
Qwest Communications International announced Thursday that high-speed Internet service, known as Qwest DSL, is now available in additional portions of Steamboat Springs as a result of the company’s investment to upgrade the local telecommunications network.
“This announcement is in direct response to customers,” Qwest’s Colorado president Kevin Smith said. “Steamboat Springs residents have requested high-speed Internet service from Qwest and today we are making DSL service available to even more Steamboat Springs residents.”
The service has been expanded by more than 25 percent, making DSL available to 929 new homes and businesses.
Realtors to sponsor Christmas dinner
The annual Community Christmas Dinner sponsored by the Steamboat Springs Board of Realtors will be held from 2:30 to 6:30 p.m. Dec. 25 at the Steamboat Springs Community Center.
The dinner is open and free to everyone. Last year, more than 400 residents and out-of-town visitors participated in the dinner.
Dinner chairperson Karen Hughes of Prudential Steamboat Realty has put out the call for volunteers to help with the dinner and to donate side dishes such as cranberries, stuffing, potatoes, salads and desserts. Call Karen at 879-8100 to sign up.
Again this year, Alpine Taxi will provide complimentary scheduled shuttle service from Yampa, Phippsburg, Oak Creek and Hayden. Also, transportation is available for Steamboat residents who are unable to drive or take the free city bus. To make reservations, call 879-2800.
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