Steamboat Sotheby’s agents recognized with year-end honors
Steamboat Sotheby’s International Realty recently hosted its 2017 Excellence Awards Gala at the Chief Theater, where over 40 brokers were recognized for outstanding professional achievements and contributions to the Steamboat community.
The evening’s top honors went to Cheryl Foote, as Top Producer with a Team, and Charlie Dresen, as Top Producer as an Individual. Adrienne Stroock and Barb Shipley were recognized for the highest residential sale in Routt County, representing the buyer of Wildflower Meadows, which closed in January 2017 at $9 million. Meg Firestone represented the buyer with the largest ranch sale of the year, which closed in January 2017 at $9.79 million.
The Steamboat Sotheby’s International Realty team also contributed $15,000 to the SSIR Community Fund, with 100 percent of those funds being allocated to nonprofit organizations in Steamboat and Routt County communities.
Steamboat Sotheby’s award winners for 2017 are highlighted below:
Excellence Awards recipients: Top Producer, team, Cheryl Foote; Top Producer, individual; Charlie Dresen; Top Residential Sale, Adrienne Stroock and Barb Shipley; Top Ranch Sale, Meg Firestone; Rookie of the Year, Brooke Crofts; Rookie of the Year within a Team, Ryan Cox; Outstanding Production, Kat Murphy and Debra Vanderbeck; Outstanding Service, Moose Barrows, Michelle Diehl, Cindy MacGray, Penny Fletcher and Meg Firestone; Most Listings Taken, Cheryl Foote; Most Transactions Closed, Cheryl Foote; Community Fund Top Contributor, Adrienne Stroock; and Outstanding Leadrouter Conversion, Michelle Diehl.
Global Summit Award winners: Cam Boyd – The Boyd Team; Cheryl Foote; Pam Vanatta – The Vanatta Group; Colleen de Jong – The de Jong Team; Adrienne Stroock and Barb Shipley; Darlinda Baldinger and ChLoe Lawrence; Charlie Dresen; Lisa Olson – The Olson Team; Ren Martyn; Arlene and Andrew Zopf – The Zopf Team; Darrin Fryer – The Fryer Team; Annamarie Shunny and Lori Thompson – The Prestige Team; David Baldinger Jr.; Meg Firestone; Doug Labor; Barkley Robinson; and Cindy MacGray.
Pinnacle Award winners: Steve Downs; Michelle Diehl; Kathy Steinberg; Joan Conroy; Chris Wittemyer; Ivy Baker; Suzan Pelloni and Cindy Rogers.
Circle of Excellence Award winners: Jack and Diane Carter; Penny Fletcher; Scott Eggleston; Lisa Ruffino; Linda Cullen; Stephan Zittel; Brooke Crofts; Debra Vanderbeck; Peggy Garrett; Lani Holmberg; Melissa Fielding; Kat Murphy; Ralph Walton and Ray Wright.
Greg Breslau joins Colorado Group Realty
Greg Breslau has joined Colorado Group Realty working specifically with Coleman Cook and Leslie Tullos.
“I’m thrilled to have Greg join the Cook Group here at CGR,” said Coleman Cook in a news release. “Greg’s experience and knowledge in the commercial and multi-family sectors combined with my 22-plus years in residential will allow our team to provide our clients with exceptional service in all aspects of real estate. Greg has a great personality and positive energy that will serve he and his clients very well.”
Breslau grew up in Greenwood Village and graduated from Colorado College in 2008. Prior to moving to Steamboat in 2016, he worked at Pinnacle Real Estate Advisor in Denver for seven years, where he was involved in over 175 commercial real estate transactions, totaling more than $250 million.
In Steamboat, Breslau worked at Ski Town Commercial for two years. He specializes in commercial sales and leasing.
In his free time, Breslau is an avid fly fisherman, archery hunter, skier and outdoor enthusiast. He is also on the board of the Yampa Valley Fly Fishers and helps promote the conservation and preservation of the rivers, lakes, and streams in the Yampa Valley.
For more information, contact Breslau at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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