Customer service talk to be held May 17
The Durango Chamber of Commerce will present Funny Business ... How to make sure your customer service isnt a joke! at 8:30 a.m. May 17 at the DoubleTree Hotel, 501 Camino del Rio.
The cost is $25 for chamber members and $35 for nonmembers, and includes light snacks.
Charles Marshall will examine common business blunders and questionable customer-service practices that prevent businesses from growing.
To sign up or for more information, call 247-0312.
Speed Pampering will benefit WRC
The Womens Resource Center will hold a Speed Pampering event from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at Red Snapper, 144 E. Ninth St.
The event offers 15-minute treatments, three treatments per hour, with a five-minute passing time scheduled between sessions. Participants will choose from a menu of services including: chair massages, foot and leg massage, reflexology, manicures, pedicures, hair tinsels, acupressure treatments and more.
The cost is $10 per session or four sessions for $35. Pedicures are $20 for a 30-minute session. Proceeds will benefit the Womens Resource Center.
For more information, call 247-1242.
Broker takes course on reverse mortgage
Mary Rigby, owner/broker of Remax Pinnacle, recently completed a course aimed at helping seniors maintain their home ownership through reverse mortgages.
That experience enhances her ability to assist homeowners as they confront changing economic conditions by providing informed guidance through a variety of options. Rigby is a recipient of The Remax Lifetime Achievement Award, which is presented to Remax agents who have surpassed the $3 million mark in commissions earned.
For more information, call 375-2513. Remax Pinnacle is located at 111 W. College Drive.
Cosmetologist joins Signature Salon
Andie Sheffield announces her new position as a cosmetologist, aesthetician and hair stylist at Signature Salon & Health Spa, 1521 Main Ave.
For more information, call 247-7769.
Massage practice adds therapist
ARIA Therapeutics Medical Massage announces the addition of George C. Glass.
Glass is a board-certified, medically licensed, registered massage therapist with 19 years experience. He holds a degree from Washington & Jefferson College in Pennsylvania, a masters of education from Springfield College in Massachusetts and received his medical massage training from The Connecticut Center for Massage Therapy in Connecticut.
Glass will see patients at both ARIA locations at Mercy Regional Medical Plaza, Suite 15 and 1401 Main Ave., Suite A. He specializes in spine, orthopedics, athletic injuries, acute and chronic pain, postsurgical and restorative care. Glass also will take a role in ARIAs Spine and Orthopedic Education Division course development as well as development of his own sports medicine education courses.
Glass and his wife, Lori Ann, who also is a massage therapist with ARIA, have two girls and enjoy an active, outdoor lifestyle, which helped inspire their relocation to Durango from Vermont.
For more information, visit www.AriaWellness.com or call 375-2273.