Steamboat Springs briefs: 20 under 40 nominations accepted for summer edition
May 23, 2017
Steamboat Living will recognize "20 under 40" in its summer edition, and nominations for this honor are being accepted.
The magazine will feature 20 rising leaders younger than 40 who live and work in the Steamboat Springs area.
Nominees should have achieved professional success and have a track record of contributing to the community and making a real difference in the lives of the people around them. Job experience, professional awards, civic engagement and the ability to meet challenges and overcome obstacles will also be considered when selecting our top young professionals.
To be eligible for consideration, a nominee must be 39 or younger and work and live in Steamboat Springs or Routt County.
A panel of independent judges will review all nominations and select Steamboat Living's "20 under 40" winners.
To nominate your rising star, email Eugene Buchanan at email@example.com. You can nominate a client, a co-worker, a friend, a boss or even yourself. Nominations will be accepted through June 2.
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To sign up to volunteer or request a project, visit routtcountyunitedway.org.
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