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WestStar wins award

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EDWARDS WestStar Bank’s “Expect Action” advertising campaign was awarded twice at the third Financial Services Marketing Symposium held at the Marriott Downtown in Chicago in October.More than 150 campaign entries were presented at this years symposium. We are proud to be part of the WestStar Bank team and to win this award. Its a reminder that big ideas are not just exclusively available at big agencies, or big banks, said Linda Hill President of Hill & Company, WestStar Banks’ advertising agency.For more information about the services offered by Hill & Company, call 926-6700 or visit the website at http://www.hillncompany.com.

VAIL Best Life magazine, published by Rodale Inc., will partner with the Vail Film Festival again for the second year to be its presenting sponsor. The independent film festival will hit local screens March 30 through April 2.Last years Vail Film Festival drew more than 9,000 attendees, doubling attendance from the previous year. Filmmakers and twin brothers Scott and Sean Cross founded the festival to foster new filmmakers and encourage innovative filmmaking. We chose Best Life as our presenting sponsor because the magazine celebrates living life to the fullest, with a hands-on, innovative approach. said Sean Cross. Approximately 70 films from around the world will be screened during the four-day festival in Colorado. The festival will also feature an opening night party at the Donovan Pavilion in Vail, a filmmakers reception at The Larkspur restaurant at the base of Vail Mountain, the festival awards ceremony and a party at Vails Eagles high atop Vail Mountain.

PORTLAND RSN, Resort Sports Network has partnered with Comcast in Aspen to expand its reach in the Rockies. RSN’s new Aspen station will reach 25,000 Comcast subscribers along with most of the lodging properties that serve the area’s 2 million annual visitors.RSN is airing in Aspen on Comcast channel 18.”RSN programming is a great fit for our mountain communities”, says Mike Trueblood, general manager of Comcast. “We are glad to have them back in Aspen.”RSN’s subscriber base is nearly 1.3 million subscribers in 103 beach and mountain resorts around the country. For more information regarding RSN go to http://www.rsn.com or call 800-653-0697. For more information about the new Aspen station call 970-390-4111.

EAGLE This coming summer, private, heated storage garages, directly across the street from the Eagle County Regional Airport, will be available for purchase.The storage garages come in two sizes for the safe storage of vehicles and other recreational equipment. The standard garages are 12 feet by 22 feet. The deluxe units, measure 12 feet by 28 feet, provide plenty of extra room for golf clubs, or bikes.Dave and Steve Thorp, developers of the garages, began marketing them five weeks ago. The first phase includes 83 units, which have already sold. The facility will house a total of 269 storage garages. The standard garages are priced at $52,000. The deluxe garages run $75,000. Individuals interested in purchasing a garage can reserve one with a $500 refundable deposit.For more information, visit http://www.airportgarages.com, or call 879-4440.

EAGLE Certified massage therapist Melissa Mock and Dr. Eliza Klearman have opened right next door to each other on Broadway in Eagle. They share a reception area and together offer a well-rounded array of health services designed to maximize your health.Mock offers a tempting lineup of massage and body treatments to relax yourself and tune up your body, along with salt scrubs and dry brushes.Trained in therapeutic massage, Mock can also help relieve stress and tension, speed up physical therapy in some cases. Mock also offers home visits.Dr. Eliza Klearman is a naturopathic doctor and offers holistic care and acupuncture treatments for the entire family.Klearman holds a doctorate in naturopathic medicine, as well as a master’s in science and oriental medicine. She believes in treating the person, not just the symptoms, by using a blended approach of naturopathic and Oriental medicines, along with state-of-the-art scientific advances.Her care also includes dietary counseling and lifestyle counseling, when appropriate. Or, she may recommend hydrotherapy, Chinese bodywork or a deep body massage. To help pinpoint a diagnosis, she may send blood work to labs. She works with her patients to develop a health plan to help recover their health, reduce pain and strengthen their immune systems. Klearman also offers cosmetic acupuncture treatments. Both practices are by appointment only. Call 977-0557 to arrange a massage with Melissa Mock. Call 328-5678 to arrange for an appointment with Dr. Eliza Klearman.Vail, Colorado

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