Business briefs from the Vail Valley
Hill and Company has won two Adrian Awards from the Hospitality Sales and Marketing Association at the groups annual celebration in New York City. Hill & Company has won 18 Adrians in the past 5 years.The company received a silver award for its print campaign for The Grand Junction Visitor & Convention Bureau and also received a bronze award for the print advertising for the Steamboat Summer Campaign.We are so honored to receive these awards, said Linda Hill, President of Hill & Company. We were in categories with over 1,300 entries from prestigious agencies all over the country.The Adrian Awards were created to showcase the best in hospitality and travel advertising, marketing materials, public relations, and Website design and development. Hill & Company has earned awards for previous campaigns and Websites for clients including The Grand Junction Visitor & Convention Bureau, Beaver Run Resort in Breckenridge, Gunnison County Tourism Panel, Telluride and Mountain Village Convention & Visitor Bureau. For more information, go to http://www.hillncompany.com or call 926-6700.
East West Partners Managing Partner Harry Frampton has been inducted into the Colorado Business Hall of Fame. Frampton was President of Vail Associates from 1982 to 1986, when the company was launching the Beaver Creek resort. Following his tenure at Vail Resorts, Frampton joined with Mark Smith to form East West Partners, which went on to develop the Hyatt Regency Beaver Creek (known today as the Park Hyatt Beaver Creek Resort & Spa).Frampton was named Vail Citizen of the Year in 1987 and Beaver Creek Citizen of the Year in 2004. Its truly humbling to be recognized alongside some of the great business leaders in Colorados colorful history, said Frampton, who was inducted Feb. 7 at ceremony hosted by the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce at the Marriott City Center. The successes Ive enjoyed in the Vail Valley and elsewhere would not be possible without the scores of committed professionals and friends with whom I work. I thank all of you and hope you know that you share this honor.
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