Business Briefs for March 27, 2005


Krinke to lead Realtors' international committee

Steamboat Springs

Ruth Krinke, broker associate for Steamboat Real Estate Inc., recently accepted an appointment to serve as 2005 vice chairwoman of the International Operations Committee of the National Association of Realtors.

She will assume the role as 2006 IOC chairwoman after the NAR Annual Convention, to be held in November in San Francisco.

"For me, this is both a thrill and an honor," Krinke said. "When I pause to think of the credentials of those who have gone before me, I'm humbled to have been considered for this position."

Krinke said the purposes of the committee are to anticipate, analyze and develop policy on international issues and to serve the specialized needs of members internationally, as well as to open new markets for Realtor services, to espouse private property rights, free enterprise and home ownership in international public forums.

Coldwell Banker Realtor named No. 4 in state

Steamboat Springs

Michelle Avery of Coldwell Banker Silver Oak Ltd. in Steamboat Springs recentlywas recognized as the fourth-ranked Realtor in Colorado among Coldwell Banker agents.

Avery has received the International President's Elite Circle award, which is presented to the top 3 percent of Coldwell Banker Agents worldwide. Additionally, she has been the top producer at Coldwell Banker Silver Oak in Steamboat since 1994.

Business workshop will help develop plans

Steamboat Springs

Prospective business owners have a chance to hone their business plan during a workshop to be held from 6 to 9 p.m. Monday through Wednesday in Colorado Mountain College's Bogue Hall, Room 300. The cost is $80. Register by calling 879-4549.


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