Business briefs: Local business holds fundraiser for Lift-Up
Steamboat Springs — Fundraiser held for Lift-Up
Papa Murphy’s, of Steamboat Springs, recently held a “Raise Some Dough” pizza sales event and presented a donation check to Lift-Up of Routt County July 1.
Both Papa Murphy’s and Lift-Up worked to promote the event, and as a result, Papa Murphy’s raised more than $1,000 for the local non-profit.
Papa Murphy’s Steamboat Springs is locally owned and operated by husband and wife team Jordan and Lindsey Kenning. They are Colorado natives and are proud to support the community through fundraisers and other initiatives.
Eileen Turner named Coldwell Banker Realtor of the month for July
Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties congratulates Eileen Turner on receiving the CBDP Realtor of the Month recognition.
Turner has been honored for her number of listings taken for the month of June and has been awarded the Realtor of the Month parking space at Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties for the month of July.
“Eileen is a rising star in the industry and a dedicated professional who understands how to use marketing to help sellers sell their homes. There is no mystery as to how she is our top listing Realtor of the Month,” said Todd Conklin, president and CEO of Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties and Coldwell Banker Commercial Prime Properties.
“I’ve only been in the real estate business a few months now, and I am so honored to already be recognized as Realtor of the Month,” Turner said. “My accomplishments over the past few months would not have been possible without the amazing support and marketing staff provided at CBDP. Todd Conklin has brought new energy and a new way to brand our business. I cannot wait to see what the next year holds.”
Each month, an agent with Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties is recognized for his or her hard work, community involvement, client dedication or sales accomplishments and named Realtor of the Month.
Coldwell Banker managing director featured on TV show
Robert Yazbeck, Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties managing director, recently debuted on Destination America’s new show, “Buying the Rockies.”
“Buying the Rockies” follows a real American family looking to leave conventional homes behind and find the log cabin or mountain home of their dreams in the Rocky Mountains. In each episode, prospective buyers tour three stunning homes in the hope of finding their new dream getaway. Cameras travel a mile up in the sky, where mountain views mingle with the clouds and the properties range from primitive cabins to million-dollar log homes with modern conveniences.
“Being chosen to be on the show was such an honor, and it was an amazing experience to be behind the scenes. Big thanks to the production team at Paper Route Productions, as well as the buyers and sellers,” Yazbeck said.
“Robert is a tremendous leader in our company, and it was very exciting watching him do his thing on national TV. What an honor to have been chosen as a featured agent,” said Todd Conklin, president and CEO of Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties and Coldwell Banker Commercial Prime Properties.
The second episode airs at 7:30 p.m. Monday. For a preview of next week’s episode visit: destinationamerica.com/tv-shows/tv-schedule/
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