Sunday, November 18, 2007
Help-U-Sell office opens in Steamboat
Steamboat Springs Steamboat Springs real estate broker Dwight Willman has opened Colorado's newest Help-U-Sell office in Steamboat Springs.
Help-U-Sell offers a set-fee structure for residential real estate sales, rather than a commission-type structure used by most real estate brokers. The rapidly expanding company opened its first Colorado office in 2002 and has since grown to 35 locations in the state with more than 53,000 combined listings.
Willman, a Steamboat resident since 1976, earned his Colorado real estate license in 1999 and is a member of the Steamboat Springs Board of Realtors, The Colorado Association of Realtors and the National Association of Realtors.
Help-U-Sell Alpine Properties is at 24 Fifth St., and will serve customers throughout the Yampa Valley, including portions of Routt, Moffat and Jackson counties.
Holiday Inn honored by hotel industry
The Holiday Inn Steamboat Springs was awarded the Intercontinental Hotels Group 2007 Quality Excellence Award, during last month's IHG Americas Investors and Leadership Conference in Dallas.
Barbara Robinson accepted the award on behalf of the Holiday Inn Steamboat Springs, which was among 146 honorees this year from IHG's more than 3,800 hotel properties.
McCaulley elected to medical society
Dr. Mark McCaulley of Yampa Valley Medical Associates has been elected a Fellow of the American College of Physicians, the largest society of internists in the world.
Fellowship in the society is an honorary designation given to recognize ongoing medical service and contributions to the practice of medicine. McCaulley was recommended for the honor by other ACP Fellows.
Those elected must show continued learning and professional growth through activities such as teaching, hospital appointment, public service, publication of scientific articles, continuing medical education and advanced training.