Kreissig Real Estate names new business development director
Chris Babcock has joined the Kreissig Real Estate team as director of business development. From Boston, Babcock has been a Steamboat Springs resident since 2009 and has a background in operations, logistics and real estate, specializing in business development, marketing and transaction management.
“Chris brings a depth of skill that is truly amazing,” said Kim Kreissig, broker/owner of RE/MAX, in a news release. “We feel privileged and honored to have him join our team.”
Cusenbary recognized as top wealth advisor by Forbes
Laura Cusenbary, senior financial advisor with Wells Fargo Advisors in Steamboat Springs, has been recognized as a 2018 Best-In-State Wealth Advisor by Forbes.
“It’s an honor to be named to this ranking,” Cusenbary said in a news release. “Each day, I show up with one goal in mind — helping my clients succeed financially. It is quite an honor to be recognized for doing what I love to do.”
Cusenbary has seven years of experience in the financial services industry. She holds a bachelor’s degree in business management and marketing from Indiana University.
The Best-in-State Wealth Advisory ranking is based on industry experience, interviews, compliance records, assets under management, revenue and other criteria by SHOOK Research, LLC, which does not receive compensation from the advisors or their firms in exchange for placement on a ranking. Investment performance is not a criterion.
New general manager named for Always Mountain Time
Eli Campbell has been named as the new general manager of the Steamboat Always Mountain Time offices. He replaced Amy Colburn, who moved to Arizona in January.
Campbell began working for NRC Broadcasting, which owned KFMU, The LIFT-FM and The REEL radio stations at the time, in 2005 as a sales executive and director of promotions. He eventually was promoted to general manager for the radio stations, a position he held until 2013.
He then began working for Iconic Adventures and eventually started his own company, Sentio Cycling, while also serving as morning disc jockey for KFMU on a part-time basis.
In his new role, Campbell said he plans to recreate Always Mountain Time’s reputation as the local’s station.
“We used to be at every local event, and we were creating really fun promotions and giveaways,” Campbell said in a news release. “There really was an energy and a buzz surrounding everything we were doing. My goal is to recreate that feeling.”
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