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On the Market: Bomeisl, Boehm join Prudential Realty roster

— Cam Boyd and Pam Vanatta, co-owners of Prudential Steamboat Realty have announced that Bob Bomeisl and Tim Boehm are the newest additions to the company’s roster of real estate brokers.

Bomeisl has been an active broker in the Steamboat community since 1979. A former ski instructor and fly fishing guide, he made the transition from late ’70s ski bum to a consistent multi-million dollar producer.

“I came here 30 years ago, but if I had to choose a Colorado community to live in today, it would still be Steamboat Springs,” Bomeisl said.

He added that he was attracted to the power of Prudential’s brand and its use of real estate technology and marketing practices.

Boehm comes to Prudential with several years of real estate experience from Steamboat Real Estate.

“The main reason I was attracted to Prudential Steamboat Realty is because of their superior client customer service and their dedication to being the top real estate office in Steamboat,” Boehm said.

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