Business Briefs: Steamboat Springs could be named best Main Street Community
Steamboat Springs has a shot at becoming the Best Colorado Main Street Community of the Year.
Steamboat’s fate in the competition now rests in the hands of online voters.
Steamboat is up against Brush, Ridgeway and Victor for the title.
A panel of judges from the Colorado Department of Local Affairs selected the finalists.
Community members can vote for their favorite Main Street community through Monday by visiting a link on Mainstreet Steamboat’s Facebook page.
The vote can also be found at goo.gl/forms/ULlmXIXhG7.
Alpine bank announces promotion
Lily Lewis has joined the Alpine Bank in Steamboat Springs as bank officer.
Lewis will assist the lending team with commercial and consumer loans.
She holds an MBA from Georgia State University and a degree in economics from the Georgia Institute of Technology, according to a news release.
She previously worked at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta.
Ski rental company recognized for growth
Ski Butlers has been ranked as one of the top 5,000 fastest-growing companies in the United States by Inc. Magazine, according to a news release.
“The entire team at Ski Butlers is very proud that our hard work and commitment to customer service has been honored with such an iconic business accolade as a place on Inc. magazine’s list of America’s fastest growing private companies,” Ski Butlers CEO Bryn Carey said in a news release.
Glen and Steph Traylor own and operate the Ski Butlers franchise in Steamboat Springs.
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