Business briefs for July 11

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Realtor Gold qualifies for RE/MAX award

Ken Gold, broker and owner with RE/MAX Steamboat qualified for the prestigious Chairman's Club award in 2003. RE/MAX Chairman's Club is the highest level award for sales production in a single year. Only 1,269 of 90,000 affiliates worldwide achieved the award in 2003. Gold is a longtime Steamboat resident and has been involved in real estate and development for 25 years. Gold's experience and extensive knowledge of the real-estate market have enabled him to continually receive the highest awards from RE/MAX. Gold credits his success to his long list of loyal clients, friends and employees.

Houston Chronicle cites Steamboat flights

The Houston Chronicle gave Strings in the Mountains and Continental Airlines' daily flights a nice mention in its June 23 issue.

Writer Harry Shattuck mentioned the music festival in the context of a roundup of music festivals in Colorado ski towns. In addition to listing pertinent Web addresses for Strings, the Steamboat chamber and the inaugural Steamboat Wine Festival, Shattuck pointed out there is nonstop summer jet service between Houston and Steamboat (Yampa Valley Regional Airport).

Woodland completes real-estate course

Christy Woodland of Lincoln Avenue Realtors has completed a course in the new skills involved in obtaining and servicing real-estate listings, conducted by the Council of Residential Specialists of the National Association of Realtors.

The class was conducted in Aurora and is one of the required courses that must be taken by real-estate agents and brokers to qualify for the coveted Certified Residential Specialist designation.

"Today's real estate market is more complex then ever before, and the listing process has become the key in the movement of residential properties," Woodland said. "This course provided me with the new input to enable me to serve both buyers and sellers of residences more effectively."

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