Business briefs for Feb. 15

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Fischer promoted to head ski air program

Steamboat springs

Janet Fischer has been promoted to the position of director of airline programs for the Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp.

Fischer, who has been the resort's airline manager for the past nine years, will be responsible for all aspects associated with the resort's multi-million dollar airline program, including air service contracts, scheduling, pricing and yield management, air packages, marketing, airport operations liaison and evaluating new airline service and opportunities.

"Janet brings a high level of professionalism and experience toward her work and is responsible for the continued growth and success of Steamboat's air program," said Andy Wirth, vice president of sales and marketing for the Western resorts.

Fischer started with the Steamboat Ski Resort in 1987 and quickly moved to sales administrator responsible for the air reports and analysis within one year. In 1991, she became the marketing administrator taking on additional marketing functions in addition to the air program. Since 1995, Fischer has been directly responsible for Steamboat's direct flight air program serving as the airline program manager.

Campbell leads sales team at Century 21

Century 21 Ski Town Associates' top producer of 2003 is Scott Campbell. He ranked 18th out of nearly 2,000 Century 21 brokers in a five-state region. Managing Broker Chuck Armbruster said Campbell's dedication to his clients and his work ethic is invaluable. Campbell will be awarded a top-producer 2003 Centurion award during ceremonies in Denver in March.

Jarchow tops high-end sales in past 6 months

Nancy Jarchow of Steamboat Village Brokers recently closed a $4.2 million single-family home sale. Over the past six months, Jarchow has sold two of the three home closings priced above $2.5 million, according to a spokeswoman for the brokerage. Jarchow is a 15-year veteran of Steamboat Village Brokers, an exclusive affiliate of Sotheby's International Realty.

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