Saturday, November 22, 2003
Crystal Fisher joins Mom at Anchor Realty
Anchor Realty has announced the addition of a new broker associate, Crystal Fisher. Fisher is a third generation Routt County resident. She joins her mother, Wendy Fisher, in business.
Together they have many years of experience in Steamboat Springs as well as community involvement.
SmartWool signs deal with Vail Resorts
Outdoor clothing manufacturer, SmartWool, based in Steamboat Springs, has signed a multi-year marketing agreement with Vail Resorts.
SmartWool has become the "official sock" for the Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone and Heavenly ski areas.
The distinctive SmartWool logo consists of a little man in a cowboy hat next to the company name drawn out of yarn. It will appear on Vail Resorts trail maps, grooming reports, Web sites and brochures.
The company also will have a sponsorship presence at the 2003 Chevy Trucks "Birds of Prey" World Cup downhill race.
ASC names Snyder its new food executive
park city, Utah
American Skiing Company announced this week it has named Jim Snyder to the newly created position of vice president of food and beverage operations.
An ASC spokesman said the company created the position to ensure that guests receive a high quality food and beverage experience.
"Jim has incredible food and beverage experience and has done an exceptional job of improving the culinary operations at The Canyons," CEO B.J. Fair said. "In addition, Jim has strong relationships with an extensive network of industry professionals that will help us improve service and deliver an exceptional product at all of our resorts."
Snyder has more than 25 years of experience. He has been food and beverage director of the Grand Summit Hotel at The Canyons Resort in Park City, Utah, since joining the company in June 2001.