Business briefs: Jim Walters is latest addition to RE/MAX Partners in Steamboat
December 20, 2013
Steamboat Springs — Jim Walters has joined RE/MAX Partners in Steamboat Springs, according to a news release.
The release states that Walters has been a real estate broker in Steamboat Springs since 2005 but brings more than 20 years of experience in sales and marketing.
He spent 10 years consulting in the environmental industry, then shifted to marketing and was a partner in an online accounting software company.
While Walters and his wife moved full-time to Steamboat in 2004, they have owned property in the Yampa Valley since 1993.
"Jim brings a smart, energetic and systematic approach to his business and we are delighted to have him join our team at RE/MAX Partners." Kim Kreissig, broker/owner of RE/MAX Partners, said in the release.
Weight Watchers to reopen in Steamboat Springs
A new Weight Watchers location will open Jan. 8 in Steamboat Springs, according to a news release.
Lynn Zinn will lead the Weight Watchers meetings that will be held at the Fairfield Inn & Suites at 3200 S. Lincoln Ave.
Zinn lost weight by following the Weight Watchers plan, the release states.
"Weight Watchers is designed to teach you the fundamentals of weight loss and beyond," Zinn said in the release. "The program and the support are designed to help you stick to your weight loss efforts, all the way to goal."
“At Weight Watchers, we recognize that food is only one part of the weight-loss equation … activity, healthy habits, support and smart food choices: these are the keys that can lead to real, lasting success,” Karen Gahm, territory manager, said in the release. “People are welcome to come in and visit a meeting for free. We are excited about this new meeting opening in Steamboat Springs, CO and look forward to helping local residents reach their weight loss goals.”
Fox Creek office condo sold to window import company
A 2,660-square-foot commercial condo in Fox Creek was purchased recently by Zeitgeist Products, according to a news release.
The space previously was occupied by Point6 merino wool sock company.
Zeitgeist Products is an international window import company, the release states.
"The 2,600-square-foot street level space has five private offices, a reception area, conference room and kitchen," listing agent Ron Wendler said in the release. "With its abundance of parking, large windows, covered decks and street level location, I believe it is the best office location in the development."
Jon Sanders, of Ski Town Commercial realty, was the co-op broker.