Business briefs: Downtown restaurant Aurum adds daily brunch service to offerings

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Aurum Executive Chef Chase Wilbanks

— Recently-opened Yampa Street restaurant Aurum Food & Wine is adding brunch service starting Sunday, according to a news release. It will run from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. seven days per week, the release states.

Among the menu items are sourdough french toast with strawberry rhubarb compote ($11) and a house made bacon pastrami hash ($13). There will be soups and salads offered from $8 to $11 as well as options for kids, including mac and cheese and crispy tempura shrimp.

The cinnamon sugar donut holes with espresso cream otherwise found on the dessert menu also will be available during brunch.

Feldmann-Nagel law firm adds 2 attorneys to Steamboat office

George Eck and Emily Kelley have joined the Steamboat Springs office of law firm Feldmann-Nagel, according to a news release.

Feldmann-Nagel started in Steamboat Springs and now has multiple offices in Colorado and in Texas, Rhode Island and California.

Eck received his law degree from Loyola University Chicago School of Law and has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Illinois in urban and regional planning, the release states. He practiced law in Illinois and currently is getting a master of laws in taxation, according to the release, and has worked for the Internal Revenue Service Appeals Office and the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office Property Tax Division. The release states that he previously worked in the real estate development industry.

Eck practices in the areas of real estate transactions and development, estate planning and probate, and business transactions and litigation. He will take the Colorado bar exam in July, according to the release.

Kelley received her law degree from the University of Denver and “won an award for academic excellence for the DU Probate Practicum, a program where students work with indigent clients needing assistance in probate court,” the release states.

She practices in the areas of criminal litigation, family law, military justice, wildlife law, estate planning and transactional issues, according to the release.

Kelley previously worked as a research analyst for a hedge fund in Manhattan and still follows market trends, the release states.

Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties real estate agents complete certification

Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties real estate agents in Steamboat Springs completed the Coldwell Banker Previews Certification course, according to a news release.

The release states that the full-day course was held in Denver last month, where several Coldwell Banker agents in the Steamboat office completed or renewed their certifications.

The Coldwell Banker Previews International program is a leader in marketing luxury homes, according to the release. About 8.5 percent of Coldwell Banker affiliate sales professionals worldwide are certified Coldwell Banker Previews International Property Specialists, the release states.

In addition to the course, the release states, agents also have to achieve a level of high-end, Preview-qualified sales in the previous 24 months.

In Steamboat, two gained certification and one renewed his certification: Di James, Lorraine Morrison and Robert Yazbeck.

“We are so proud of our newly certified Previews Agents and look forward to their

continued success with Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties,” Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties broker/owner Todd Conklin said in the release.

To reach Michael Schrantz, call 970-871-4206, email mschrantz@SteamboatToday.com or follow him on Twitter @MLSchrantz

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