Business File for Oct. 21
October 21, 2007
Campbell named to real estate honor society
Broker associate Scott Campbell of Century 21 Ski Town Associates in Steamboat Springs has been named to the Century 21 Centurion Honor Society.
The Centurion Honor Society, created in 2003, is designed to recognize associates with exceptional sales levels for at least five years. Campbell has eight years of experience in the Century 21 system.
Campbell was inducted to the Centurion Honor Society at the Century 21 International Convention.
Steamboat Grand serves up new managers
Marty Rosenthal has been named the new director of food and beverage at the Steamboat Grand Resort Hotel and Condominiums, and Shannon Ford will take over as director of conference sales and catering.
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Rosenthal will be responsible for all aspects of food and beverage service as well as financial accountability for The Cabin, Chaps, Grand Cafe, Poolside Bistro and Bar and room service.
Rosenthal has 24 years of experience in the industry. He previously served as food and beverage director at the Killington Grand Hotel Resort and Conference Center and as the retail and rental shops manager for K-1 Base Lodge in Killington, Vt., as well as the base lodge manager for Bear Mountain in Big Bear Lake, Calif.
Ford, who has worked for Steamboat Grand since 2001, will manage the facility’s 7,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor conference and event space.
Qwest Communications has launched a new program allowing its residential customers to donate 1 percent of their bill to the school district of their choice if they sign up for online billing and automatic bill pay.
Homes served by Qwest can donate to any public school district in the company’s 14-state service area: Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Iowa, Oregon, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Dakota, Montana, Minnesota, South Dakota, Utah, Washington and Wyoming.
To sign up for the 1 Percent Back to Schools program, visit http://www.qwest.com.