Vail Valley business briefs, Sept. 5
VAIL Sonnenalp Real Estate/Christies Great Estates recently announced it has won an award in the category of Best Property Listing in Colorado in the annual Americas Property Awards. The award will be presented at a dinner to be held at the Ritz Carlton in Orlando Nov. 7.Sonnenalp Real Estate/Christies Great Estates can now display the Americas Property Awards logo.Entries were judged by a panel of independent professionals. There are 21 different categories and up to two of the most outstanding entries in each category are given a four-star award, while the best overall entry will be given a five-star. Every five-star winners entry will then be re-examined to determine which will be entered into a global competition.It is a great honor to be recoginized in the worlds largest and most prestigious real estate competition, said Joni White Taylor, owner of Sonnenalp Real Estate/Christies Great Estates. Our team at Sonnenalp/Christies pride ourselves on our exceptional marketing and attention to detail.To learn more, go to http://www.sonnenalprealestate.com.
AVON The new Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa in Avon recently announced a Ski & Spa Girlfriend Getaway package.Available Nov. 15 through April 15, 2009, the package offers skiing at Beaver Creek and spa treatments at Spa Anjali at the Westin Riverfront.The package is $714 per person for two nights and includes: Two 50 minutes treatments at Spa Anjali. One day of skiing at Beaver Creek Resort for two people. A one-day ski rental package from Beaver Creek Sports for two people. A complimentary bottle of wine each evening. Complimentary valet parking and welcome amenity upon arrival.The Westin Riverfront is also offering a High Country Ladies Weekend, available from Oct. 1 through Dec. 15. To learn more, go to http://www.Westin.com/Riverfront.
EDWARDS The Colorado Workforce Center in Edwards is hosting an employer workshop on EEO Law and Age Discrimination on Monday, Sept. 16. The free workshop will be presented by Nancy Sienko, Director of the federal Equal Employment Oppoortunity Commissions Denver field office, and program analyst Patricia McMahon. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is the lead enforcement agency for workplace discrimination. What happens when a charge of discrimination is filed? Learn the answer to this question and discover how to protect both employees and your organization from discriminatory practices.The workshop will be held from 2 3:30 p.m. in the Beaver Creek Room at the Avon Public Library.Seating is limited, so reservations must be made no later than Sept. 13. For more information, call the Edwards Workforce Center at 970-926-4440 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.