Business Briefs: Sake2U reopens on Yampa Street
The sushi restaurant that was flooded and forced to close back in the winter is making a comeback.
Sake2U reopened June 18 with a happy hour.
The restaurant is running a daily happy hour from 4 to 6 p.m. until lunch service returns July 2, according to Sake2U’s Facebook page.
Bank gets recognition
Alpine Bank was voted “Best Bank” and “Best Mortgage Broker” by readers of ColoradoBiz Magazine as part of the publication’s inaugural Best of Colorado Business Choice Awards, according to a press release.
Online voting determined the winners and runners-up in 62 categories.
“We at Alpine Bank are very honored that our customers have made this recognition possible,” Alpine Bank President and Vice Chairman Glen Jammaron was quoted as saying in a press release. “All our success since 1973, including this recent honor, has been due to the thousands of loyal Alpine customers across Colorado.”
Former Navy Seal to lead local RE/MAX Partners Commercial Division
Brett A. Morganti will lead RE/MAX Parnters’ new commercial division in Steamboat Springs.
Morganti, who spent eight years as a U.S. Navy Seal, comes to Steamboat from the Denver area.
He has worked extensively in commercial real estate on the Front Range and in Pennsylvania, according to a press release.
After leaving the military, Morganti established his own international asset protection company.
He continues to run that company in addition to his real estate work.
Hale joins 305 Spin
Steamboat’s Holly Hale is joining the local 305 Spin office as the SEO services manager.
Hale was most recently the marketing director for Steamboat Motors.
Managed by Casey Barnett, the 305 Spin office serves clients locally and nationwide providing an integrated marketing strategy including web development, SEO and social media services.
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