Business News in Brief


Steinberg Realty to join Prudential

Kathy Steinberg has announced that her firm will merge with Prudential.

"The opportunity to work with award-winning producers like Pam Vanatta and Cam Boyd is an honor. My husband Erik and I are energized by this move." she said.

The Steinberg's hail from mountain resorts; Aspen and Vail, respectively. They have been in Steamboat for a decade.

Ren Martyn joins Mason & Morse

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Ren Martyn has joined Mason & Morse Real Estate.

"Ren worked with me for a number of years at another real estate company and I was impressed with his maturity, integrity and market knowledge," said managing broker Tony Walton.

Martyn recently returned to the Yampa Valley after working for several years in the insurance business in Florida.

Arts advocate sits on national panel

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Steamboat Springs advocate for the arts Jim Steinberg was among the experts taking part in a panel discussion for the American Theatre Critics Association June 13 at the Playwrights Center in Minneapolis.

In addition to being a nationally known nature photographer and publisher, Steinberg is active with Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts Camp.

He and his fellow panel members discuss "challenges in funding for the arts."

"This discussion becomes an extremely relevant local issue taking into consideration the vast amount of state budget and personnel cuts that previously supported the arts," Steinberg said. "Colorado is not the only state in a budget crisis and in fear of losing funding to support the arts."

Small business

seminar set for Vail

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A full-day seminar, Big Business Marketing for Small Business Budgets, will be held from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. July 18 at the Vail Marriott. It will be conducted by author and marketing consultant, Jeanette McMurtry. Visit to register.


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