Legendary Steamboat skier to promote development
Alpine Mountain Ranch & Club, a Steamboat Springs development, has announced that Steamboat Springs Olympian Jim Moose Barrows has been added to the projects sales and public relations team. A Colorado Ski Hall of Fame member and Steamboat native, Barrows has long been a friend of ranch developers Andy Daly and Bill Butler.Moose stays active in the ski industry and has been a strong player in the real estate community as well, project chief operating officers Bill Reid said. He brings a life-long perspective on the Steamboat lifestyle, plus an outgoing personality that will make potential buyers feel right at home. Barrows came up through the junior ranks starting with ski jumping at age 5 on Howelsen Hill. In the mid-1960s, he became the nations premier four-event skier. In 1965, he qualified for the US Ski Team, and in 1966, competed in the World Alpine Ski Championships.Alpine Mountain Ranch & Club borders the Steamboat Ski Resort and two golf courses, and has 63 home sites on 1,200 acres. A total of 900 acres of the property has been dedicated to a wildlife preserve and open space.For more information, go to alpinemountainranchsteamboat.com.