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Park City realtor named among Coldwell's top

Marny Schlopy, a sales associate with ‘Team Shlopy’ in the Park City office of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, has been named among the top 50 agents in the U.S. for Coldwell Banker NRT based on gross commission income for the fourth quarter of 2005. Schlopy was recently recognized by Coldwell Banker sales associates, and was also the top agent for Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Utah in 2005, according to a recent press release from the company.

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage is Utah’s largest residential real estate company with 15 offices serving customers and communities across the Wasatch Front. The company offers residential and commercial brokerage, corporate relocation and mortgage services.

Coldwell Banker Residnetial Brokerage is a member of the NRT family of companies, a subsidiary of Cendant Corporation (NYSE: CD).

Mountain Travel Research announces year-end results

According to data collected and analyzed by the Mountain Travel Research Program (MTRiP), a forward-looking research program for the mountain travel industry, the 2005-2006 ski season will be up 2.7 percent in room nights and 5.1 percent in lodging revenue. The data is based on 13 western ski resorts (including Canadian resorts) who contribute their lodging data to MTRiP.

The biggest increases were seen in January, according to a recent press release the month was up 9.2 percent compared to last season. April was also up 22 percent, in part due to the Easter Holidays, moving from March to April. November, December and February remained relatively flat, while March was down 2.6 percent.

Because this data looks beyond the simple skier day total, it more accurately represents what is happening with national and international visitors traveling to destination ski resorts. Destination visitors are critically important to resorts and their local communities because of the significant impact they have on the local economy, according to a recent press release.

The Mountain Travel Research Program (MTRiP) is a comprehensive resource of forward-looking research, reservation activity, emerging trends and recent developments geared for the mountain travel industry. It includes reservation forecasts and observer results of behavior.

Bad Ass Coffee supports troops overseas

The Bad Ass Coffee Company, rated as one of the top global franchise companies in the United States, recently announced a program to support troops overseas. The program, "Cup O’ Joe," matches willing Bad Ass Coffee donors with servicemen and servicewomen who are serving in other countries.

The Bad Ass Coffee Company, which specializes in American-grown, single-origin coffee from Moloka’I, Kauai, Maui and world-class Kona, said 55 locations will take part in this program.

Interested donors can buy a bag of coffee in store or online at http://www.badasscoffee.com/cupojoe for $11.95 and The Bad Ass Coffee Company will ship it free to a soldier at an APO/FPO address who has registered to receive coffee online.

According to Ronnow, both soldiers and donors can go online to register to participate in this program at http://www.badasscoffe/cupojoe.


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