Park Record Business Briefs for February 1, 2006
After a dozen years with the company, Deer Valley Communications Manager Christa Graff will leave to pursue her own public relations consulting company.
Effective Feb. 1, Erin Grady, who has been part of the resort’s communication team for the past six years, will be stepping into the position of communications manager.
Graff reports she has been given the opportunity to continue to work with Deer Valley contracting her own public relations services.
"It is with a heavy heart that I am announcing my departure from Deer Valley Resort It has been a privilege and an honor to have been part of the No. 1 Resort in North America," she said in a recent letter to the media.
Hanlon named top real estate agent
Dennis Hanlon of Lewis, Wolcott & Dornbush Real Estate in Park City has been named one of the top five ‘Elite’ Real Estate Agents for 2005 by EscapeHomes, a leading Internet service for second home buyers. According to rismedia.com ‘EscapeHomes is honoring its top real estate agents for breaking new ground in Internet vacation, retirement and investment property sales.’
Due to the exponential increase in research online for real estate in the past few years this distinction has been given to a select few realtors across the nation who have proven they are adept in online real estate services.
Other Realtors to receive this award are from all parts of the country including Pennsylvania, Florida, Arizona and Oregon.
Hanlon, an associate broker at Lewis, Wolcott & Dornbush Real Estate has served on the Board of Directors and as past president of the Park City Board of Realtors. A top-producing agent in Park City, Hanlon is the founder and president of Rocky Mountain Resort Alliance, an international organization of resort community real estate agents.
For more information visit http://www.dennishanlon.com.
Park City realtors get a chance to join new vacation-home showcase
In response to the growing trend of second home ownership, Windermere Real Estate of Seattle will be debuting a new marketing program called Windermere Destinations designed to market resort and urban second-home properties across the Western United States.
The program will be launched to the public via an elaborate interactive exhibit called Windermere Destination Living at the Northwest Flower & Garden Show, Feb. 8-12 in Seattle.
For more information, call 645-9090.
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Bruce Erickson, the planning director at City Hall, has died, the municipal government said. Erickson was involved at some level in nearly all the major decisions regarding growth and development in Park City since the early 1990s.