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Business briefs: Steamboat PostNet honored with top award

Terry and Kathy Stokes, owners of PostNet in Steamboat Springs, received the Top Performer Award from the franchise.
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Local Steamboat Springs PostNet owners honored with top award

Terry and Kathy Stokes, owners of the PostNet design, printing and shipping business in Steamboat Springs, were recognized at the company’s recent national conference with the Top Performer Award, which is given to a franchisee for outstanding business performance.

“As a small business in Steamboat Springs for 20 years now, we have worked diligently to build a reputation in the community for our strong customer service and high-quality work product,” said Kathy Stokes in a news release. “Over the years, we have undergone significant expansion, adding new equipment, staff and technology to continue to serve and exceed the professional design, printing and shipping needs of the local community.”

In addition to receiving the Top Performer Award, the Stokes also received the Franchisees’ Choice Award. This award, which is voted on and selected by PostNet franchisees, recognizes a franchisee that selflessly goes above and beyond to provide support, guidance and advice to their fellow PostNet franchisees.

“It’s an honor to recognize the brand’s accomplishments over the past year, especially the notable achievements of franchisees, like Terry and Kathy, who have worked tirelessly to drive their businesses forward and make a positive impact in their local communities and the PostNet franchise family,” said PostNET President Brian Spindel.

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Steamboat Sotheby’s publishes latest issue of magazine

Steamboat Sotheby’s International Realty has published the summer 2017 edition of its publication, “The Collection.”

The issue of magazine includes “Mastering the Art of the Perfect Steamboat Summer BBQ” with insight and advice from Lulu Cox, private chef and owner of Amuse Bouche Catering, and “The Power of Collective Giving,” an article about Steamboat Sotheby’s affiliation with the Yampa Valley Community Foundation in the formation of their community fund.

The Collection is being distributed at the Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association, Yampa Valley Regional Airport and Atlantic Aviation Private Jet Terminal, Steamboat Grand, Steamboat Sotheby’s International Realty offices and other various locations around Steamboat. An online digital version of the magazine is available at


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