Business briefs: Vanatta Group names Lynna Broyles as marketing director
Vanatta Group names Lynna Broyles as marketing director
The Vanatta Group at Steamboat Sotheby’s International Realty has welcomed Lynna Broyles to the team as the marketing director. She is preparing for her real estate license exam and plans to add broker associate to her title soon.
Broyles moved to Steamboat Springs 12 years ago with her husband and now has two daughters, 8 and 5. She served as the marketing and development Director for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Northwest Colorado for the past four years and director of marketing at the Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association prior to that. She is deeply involved in the community and passionate about giving back, serving as a proud member of the Rotary Club of Steamboat Springs.
“With her commitment to excellence, attention to detail and innovative marketing perspective, Lynna will add a competitive advantage and dynamic power to our team,” said Pam Vanatta, broker/owner of Steamboat Sotheby’s International Realty.
Broyles comes onboard at a promising time in the marketplace with increased sales activity and stronger consumer confidence.
“I am excited to exercise my marketing experience in a new industry with such a well-developed brand and experienced team,” Broyles said. “It will be a privilege to help people with one of the most personal and important decisions that you can make, the purchase or sale of your home.”
Go Alpine featured in national magazine
The leaders of a local taxi company recently graced the cover of a national transportation magazine.
Steamboat Springs’ Go Alpine was featured in the March and April edition of Busline Magazine.
In the article, Go Alpine President Lisa Adamo and general manager Tracey Rogalski were interviewed about the success of the local taxi service, which the company said carried more than 165,000 passengers and travelers more than 1 million miles last year.
Find a copy of the magazine online by visiting buslinemag.com.
Steamboat Grand gets recognition
A local hotel is getting recognition from an online lodging rating service.
The Steamboat Grand was recently recognized with the 2015 TripAdvisor Hall of Fame Certificate of Excellence, according to a press release.
“We are thrilled to be recognized by industry leaders for our commitment to consistent quality over the past five years,” Michael Lomas, vice president and general manager of the Steamboat Grand, was quoted as saying in a press release. “This is an especially high honor since our selection was based on customer reviews, which reflect the dedication, exceptional service levels and experience of each and every employee at the hotel.”
To qualify for the Certificate of Excellence, businesses must maintain an overall rating of four or higher, out of a possible five, as reviewed by travelers on TripAdvisor.
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