SteamMaster adds Rapson
MINTURN SteamMaster Restoration and Cleaning is adding Howard Rapson to their staff as their new sales amd marketing consultant.Howard has lived in the Vail Valley for 36 years. He has more than 30 years of experience in construction and high-end customer service in the ski industry. Rapsons goal is to maintain and expand SteamMasters existing clients among locals and second homeowners. He will also be heading up the commercial vendor sales department with a focus on basement systems and crawl space waterproofing.Over my years here, I have had two problems that required the services provided by SteamMaster Restoration & Cleaning, said Rapson. First was a broken water pipe and the subsequent flood. The second was a mold problem which interrupted the sale of one of my homes. In both of my problem situations SteamMaster more than lived up to my trust and amazed me with the honesty and professionalism with which my problems were solved.After his first day on the job Rapson said he was even more happy to be with SteamMaster.I was pleased to learn extent to which SteamMaster is able to serve the community, he said. They not only do oriental rug, stone and carpet cleaning but their expertise extends to water damage, smoke, fire restoration, mold, sewage remediation, crawl space, basement waterproofing and much more. Their 24-hour emergency response service makes sure that every emergency is taken care of immediately. This opportunity exists throughout Summit, Eagle, Pitkin, Garfield, Routt Lake, Chaffee and Grand counties.For the past 28 years, SteamMaster has been working throughout Colorado. They have offices in Frisco and Minturn.The company started in 1978 to provide residential and commercial clients with a single source solution for specialty cleaning and restoration.Go to http://www.steammaster.com. Contact Rapson at 800-527-1253 or 904-5800, or e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Early Shows Great American Vacation will land in Denver next month to give away vacations.Beginning earlier this month, one outside CBS Studios in New York City and one in Las Vegas, began a journey across the country. Each Wednesday and Friday Dave Price will report from 16 different cities and giving away summer vacations to unsuspecting viewers. The first giveaway was in Springfield, Mo.Viewers have been asked to write to The Early Show explaining why they think they or the person they are writing about deserves a Great American Vacation.Submssions should be sent to CBSNews.com. Viewers should check The Early Show Web site for the route map.Vail, Colorado
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