Vail Valley business briefs, Aug. 1
Vail, CO, Colorado
EAGLE-VAIL ” DSC, formerly known as Destination Services Corporation, has signed a preferred partnership agreement with the Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort, Spa and Casino. DSC will open an office in Lake Tahoe and serve as the premier destination management company to the resort, providing creative event planning, destination expertise and ground services to meeting planners and incentive travel firms that bring corporate guests to the property.
The partnership with the Hyatt Regency in Lake Tahoe “will allow us to utilize our experience in running unique mountain programs for groups while leveraging our long term relationships in the industry to help grow the business in Lake Tahoe,” said Kathy Fort Carty, Founder and President of DSC.
DSC is the 21st largest women owned business in Colorado with offices in Aspen, Colorado Springs, Denver, Vail/Beaver Creek and now Lake Tahoe. For more information, go to http://www.dscco.com or call Alicia Arseneau, director of sales, 970-476-6565.
VAIL ” The Next Step Institute recently unveiled three new wellness programs created for Vail locals. The programs offer options for intensive one-day consultation and healing; individual therapy sessions with healing specialists; and a year ’round, medical concierge service.
Next Step Institute of Integrative Medicine incorporates modern Western medicine along with Eastern, Native American and other alternative healing practices.
The new programs are in addition to Next Step Institute’s Wellness Weeks ” seven-day healing retreats hosted at the organization’s ranch house in Eagle.
Next Step Institute of Integrative Medicine is located at 3971 Bighorn Road in Vail.
To learn more, go to http://www.nextstepinstitute.org or call 970-477-2800.