Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties welcomes new sales associates |

Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties welcomes new sales associates

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — Cole Helberg and Michael Gullotti have joined Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties as full-time, independent sales associates working out of the Steamboat Springs office.

Cole Helberg

Helberg grew up in Tuscon, Arizona. Before moving to Steamboat Springs with his family in November 2014, Helberg worked in restaurant management and the hospitality industry in California.

“Now in 2018, with a 5-year-old son about to start kindergarten, I have decided to take my management and customer service skills into real estate,” Helberg said. “I know that buying or selling a home can be very stressful. I hope to relieve some of the stress by leading my clients through every step, to make it a more fun and exciting experience.”

Michael Gullotti

Gullotti grew up in Wisconsin and moved to Steamboat Springs to study ski business marketing and management at Colorado Mountain College. Upon completion, Gullotti was offered a position with a Fortune 500 company working as a custom ski boot fitter. He eventually had the opportunity to start up and manage his own shop franchise in Squaw Valley, California.

After nine years, Gullotti decided to pursue aviation and enrolled in Mazzei School of Aeronautics where he obtained his helicopter commercial, instrument and flight instructor certifications. He held positions as an instructor, tour pilot and eventually a training director and then chief pilot for Papillon Grand Canyon Helicopters, the largest helicopter tour company in the world, located in Las Vegas, Nevada. He then served as pilot/director of operations for Gateway Canyons Air Tours, a helicopter charter operation in western Colorado. After six years in that position, he decided to pursue real estate in Steamboat.

“We are very excited to announce that Michael and Cole have joined the Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties family,” said Keith Everitt, managing director for CBDP Grand Junction, in a news release. “We are thrilled to have them on our team.”

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