Business briefs: Penny Fletcher joins Steamboat Sotheby’s
Penny Fletcher, a top broker in the Routt County market, has joined Steamboat Sotheby’s International Realty’s broker family.
Currently serving as president of the Steamboat Springs Board of Realtors, Fletcher brings 18 years of sales and client relations experience to her new role with Sotheby’s Steamboat.
“We’re excited to work with industry veterans like Penny, whose wealth of experience enriches our team,” said David Baldinger Jr., owner/broker at Steamboat Sotheby’s. “Her perspective will be invaluable to all and will further the goal of ultimate service to all of our clients.”
Fletcher will work in the historic downtown office, which features exhibits of the Steamboat lifestyle and its traditions. Having two sons, Bryan and Taylor Fletcher, who have competed in two Olympics and multiple World Championships in Nordic skiing, Fletcher understands these local traditions and how the Steamboat community lives, works and plays.
“We will rely on Penny to help us further expand our property exposure — for properties ranging from affordable condos to luxury estates and ranches — while staying true to the local feel and integrity that you’ve come to expect from Steamboat Sotheby’s,” Baldinger said.
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A focus of the Steamboat Sotheby’s overall strategy is to be on the cutting edge of a volatile and fast-changing marketplace of real estate using traditional and social media marketing. Baldinger said Fletcher’s experience in the marketing and sales realm will further strengthen Steamboat Sotheby’s goals to remain on the leading edge in Steamboat.
Mainstreet Steamboat hosting free webinar on customer service
Mainstreet Steamboat Springs is offering a brown bag lunch hour webinar focusing on exceptional customer service.
Guest Pamela Herrmann will lead the webinar.
According to MainStreet, webinar attendees will learn about the nuances that make a big difference in the delivery of their products and services and increase profitability.
The free webinar is open to anyone who deals in customer satisfaction.
It will be held at noon on Tuesday in Citizens Hall.
Bring your lunch
For more information, or to set up a private screening, call Lisa Popovich at 970-367-7060 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
New linen business opens
A new full-service linen and uniform rental service is now in business in Downhill Plaza in west Steamboat.
Turning Tables Linen Service provides quality linen, mat, uniform and chef coat rentals.
The objective of the business is to provide quality linens, mats and uniform rentals at a fair price, backed by neighborly customer service.
To learn more about the business, visit ttlinen.com
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