Steamboat Springs Alpine Mountain Ranch & Club has added Cheryl Krumrie as a sales associate for the luxury real estate development south of Steamboat Springs, according to a news release.
Krumrie’s first day is May 5.
“We feel it is the right time in the real estate recovery process to bring a sales oriented local individual to the team so we can be ready to service the local real estate brokerage community and promote the ranch,” Development Project Manager Kathy Zick Cain said in the release.
Krumrie has experience in direct sales in Steamboat and Cincinnati, according to the release, in addition to experience with the development’s parent company, Corporex, and managing partner Bill Butler. She has a master’s degree in sports marketing from Xavier University and attended the University of Wisconsin for her undergraduate degree.
The release states that Krumrie is an outdoor activity enthusiast and is active in the Steamboat Springs community, serving on the boards for Girls on the Run of Western Colorado and the Friends of the Chief Foundation. Krumrie has two grown children and has lived in the area for nine years with her husband, Tim.
“My initial goals are to learn the property inside out so I can assist local real estate agents with tours and sales along with generating leads through a more active involvement in the community,” Krumrie said in the release.
Steamboat Select Insurance Group Inc. comes out of national brokerage firm
Steamboat Select Insurance Group Inc. recently established itself after principal Todd Hayes acquired the office from national brokerage firm Brown & Brown Insurance.
Hayes managed the agency for four years as executive vice president for Brown & Brown, according to a news release. He moved to Steamboat Springs in 2010 after working in the Brown & Brown corporate office in Tampa, Florida.
“Licensed in eight states, Steamboat Select Insurance Group is a full service general insurance agency specializing in commercial property and casualty for clients ranging from general contractors, financial institutions, schools, public utilities, manufactures, distributors, hotels and everything in between,” the release states.
“We pride ourselves in streamlining the process of buying insurance for virtually anything,” the release states. “Through a consultative approach we make the process of buying the right type of coverage easy. With direct access to nine of the top 10 largest insurance carriers in the United States, our ability to obtain the best coverage at the most competitive pricing is second to none.”
Twin Enviro Services receives grant for recycling equipment in Fremont County
Twin Enviro Services, which operates in Routt County, was approved for a $231,000 grant for a horizontal baler at the Phantom Landfill in Penrose, according to a news release.
The baler and associated equipment and construction will allow the company to expand its recycling program in Fremont County and aid in expansion in Chaffee and Custer counties, the release states.
The Colorado Department of Health and Environment grant requires Twin Enviro Services to invest $125,000 to complete the project.
“We are ready to start our new building and get the program going,” President Gary Fuselier said in the release. “We can soon establish a cardboard route for our commercial accounts. These programs will save landfill space and increase recycling.”
The release states that the project is expected to create three new jobs in addition to the company’s 15 current employees in Fremont County.
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