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Business briefs: RE/MAX announces two hotel sales

The LaQuinta Inn, located at 3155 Ingles Lane was sold by Lasco LLC to RM Hospitality LLC on June 17 for $3.25 million. The 13,664-square-foot hotel sits on 1.02 acres.

Email Marketing Improves Small Business Standings in Clients’ Eyes

The benefits of consistent email marketing are many but one of the most compelling is its return on investment (ROI): email marketing brings in about $40 for every $1 you spend. Follow these guidelines to ensure you're using best practices when marketing your business.

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Colorado Group Realty's Parade of Homes returns Saturday

Colorado Group Realty’s 10th annual Parade of Homes event, a fundraiser benefitting Steamboat Adaptive Recreational Sports, is from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday.

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Bella Vista Estate sells for $3.5 million

The six-acre property overlooks Lake Catamount and includes three buildings with a total of 14 bedrooms, an outdoor swimming pool, tennis courts and other amenities.

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SmartWool has new logo, socks, and soon, a new president

The leaders of SmartWool don’t foresee any changes to the sock company’s operations in Steamboat Springs following the recent departure of president Mark Satkiewicz, who was a strong advocate for having the company grow in the Yampa Valley.

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Real estate transactions for July 29 through Aug. 4, 2016

Real estate transactions for July 29 through Aug. 4, 2016

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More than 12,000 visitors expected in town today

Approximately 12,100 visitors are expected to be in town today, according to the Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association’s lodging barometer released Wednesday.

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Banking on summer: Ski resorts seek return on year-round investment

At Vail Mountain, grown men could be heard screaming with fear and excitement as they raced down the summer tubing hill. Tangled in ropes, the eyes of toddlers grew large as they contemplated their next step on the obstacle course. On a ski lift, families visiting Vail rode back up the hill after cruising down the zip line. “Mom, it’s awesome,” Dylan Taylor yelled below. “It doesn’t hurt your stomach. You can do it.” There are tamer attractions too, such as the self-guided interpretive nature trails. That means, this summer at Vail’s Epic Discovery, there is something for just about everyone. By building such attractions, ski resorts in Colorado and throughout the United States are on a mission to become year-round attractions. Vail has led the way when it comes to ski resorts offering its guests more things to do in the summer, while other resorts, such as Steamboat Ski Area, are trying to catch up.

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Business briefs: RE/MAX Partners welcomes new broker associate

Diane Emert has joined RE/MAX Partners as a broker associate.

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Flat Tops at Wildhorse Meadows subdivision given green light

A 21-home subdivision on Bangtail Way, near the base of the Wildhorse gondola, has earned final approvals, and builders are expected to break ground on a model home this fall.

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Dwyer takes on new role at Steamboat Pilot & Today

Audrey Dwyer has accepted a new position with Steamboat Pilot & Today as the newspaper’s audience development manager.

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Elk River Ranch among highest listed properties in Routt County at $19.5 million

One of Routt County’s most expensive property listings, the roughly 801-acre Elk River Ranch in North Routt, is now being offered in three new parcel configurations in hopes of attracting buyers.

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Business briefs: Alpine Bank promotes Alspach to vice president

Alpine Bank Steamboat Springs recently promoted Adam Alspach to vice president, Steamboat Springs.

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Marketing mistakes small businesses can avoid

All too often, small business owners take the leap into the world of marketing without doing their due diligence. Use this list to guide your efforts in the right direction: success.

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Oak Creek resident learns his driveway belongs to South Routt School District

The South Routt Board of Education learned Tuesday that the school district owns a small parcel of land currently being used as an Oak Creek man’s driveway and a site for a storage shed.