Schlicht hired as Alpine Mountain Ranch’s new director of sales
Alpine Mountain Ranch & Club has hired long-time Steamboat Springs resident Suzanne Schlicht as its director of sales. Prior to joining Alpine Mountain Ranch, she served as publisher of Steamboat Pilot & Today and chief operating officer of The World Company, the newspaper’s former owner.
“Having Suzanne head our sales efforts is beyond exciting,” said Bob Dapper, Alpine Mountain Ranch’s director of development and marketing, in a news release. “She brings a level of energy and passion to the job that will benefit everyone involved with AMRC.”
Schlicht has been an active member of the Rotary Club of Steamboat Springs for 25 years. She was named Rotarian of the Year in 2007 and served as president of the club in 2010. She also serves on the Old Town Hot Springs board of directors.
Schlicht is also a former Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association board member and served as president of the organization in 1999. She is a past president of Colorado Press Association and was named Colorado Newspaper Person of the Year in 2006 by the organization.
“I can’t imagine a better position and a more interesting challenge than working with families from all over to help them achieve their dreams of purchasing home sites and building homes in our extraordinary community,” Schlicht said in a news release. “I have a true love affair with the landscape, the wildlife and the lifestyle at Alpine Mountain Ranch, and I feel so fortunate to be able to share my passion for the development with others who want to build a home in this peaceful and exquisite neighborhood.”
Alpine Mountain Ranch & Club is a 1,216-acre land preservation community that features 63, five-acre homesites and 900 acres dedicated to wildlife preserve and open space.
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