Business & Real Estate briefs: Local agents rank among tops in state

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Prudential Real Estate Network recently recognized Prudential Steamboat Realty’s Fryer Real Estate Group and the Vanatta Group as top performers in the state of Colorado during the fourth quarter of 2012, according to a news release.

The Fryer team of Darrin Fryer, Robyn Higginbothom and Lisa Ruffino ranked first in Colorado for the number of residential units sold. The Vanatta team of Pam Vanatta, Heidi Flint, Mark Dudley and Anne Mayberry ranked second in the state for residential gross commission income.

“Both of these teams have been consistent top performers within our state,” broker/owner Cam Boyd said. “As our local market continues to improve, and with their outstanding commitment to their clients, I expect they will continue to be so.”

Reiff, Trevithick rewarded with Florida convention

Lynn Reiff and Karla Trevithick, of Well Fargo Bank in Steamboat Springs, recently have returned from the annual Wells Fargo Home Mortgage Sales Conference held in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., according to a news release.

Their trip was in recognition of their performance that placed them among the top 2 percent of the Well Fargo Mortgage group of 12,000 sales representatives nationwide in volume of loans and in customer satisfaction.

Chamber’s Brewing up Business meeting Tuesday

Attendees each will have an opportunity to give a one-minute commercial speech and exchange business cards at the Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association’s Brewing up Business gathering from 8 to 9 a.m. Tuesday at Steaming Bean Coffee Co. The cost is $5 for members and $10 for nonmembers. Coffee and pastries will be served. Register for the event by emailing rsvp@steamboatchamber.com or calling 970-875-7000.

Jackson Hole resort finishes with the most skier visits

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort finished the ski season with the most skier visits in its history, according to a recent story in Ski Area Management magazine. The ski area topped the half-million mark for the first time, finishing with 502,222 visits.

Jackson Hole President Jerry Blann said he took pride in the fact that the previous record season, ending in 2008, enjoyed much more abundant natural snow.

Season snowfall at Jackson Hole was 80 percent of average at midmountain and just one inch above the drought season of 2011-12 on the upper mountain.

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