Blue Ribbon announces expansion
Blue Ribbon Properties is expanding its real-estate services to include property management in addition to real-estate sales and leasing.
Blue Ribbon services Durango and Bayfield, as well as Farmington and Aztec. Besides freeing up time, professional property management can help improve the bottom line.
For more information, call Claudia Williams, broker/owner, at 247-8388 or visit www.blueribbondurango.com/property-management.
Lunch & Learn to be held Wednesday
The November Lunch & Learn called QR Codes the What, Why and How! will be held at noon Wednesday at First National Bank of Durango, 259 W. Ninth St.
The program will be presented by Laurie Sigillito and Jessica Unruh of Fastsigns of Durango. The session will help participants with the basics of QR codes. Reservations are required.
To make a reservation, call 247-0312 or visit www.durangobusiness.org.
Wendell Qualls joins RE/MAX Pinnacle
Wendell Qualls, formerly of Realty Executives and RE/MAX Western Realty, has joined the staff of RE/MAX Pinnacle in Durango.
Qualls was previously associated with RE/MAX from 1999 to 2007 and earned RE/MAXs Platinum Club Award and numerous 100 percent Club Awards throughout eight years. His average annual sales production for his 12-year career as a Realtor is nearly $6 million. Qualls specializes in representing buyers and sellers and bank-owned properties. A resident for 40 years, Qualls enjoys cycling, hiking and running.
For more information, email Qualls at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 946-6755.
Pine River Valley announces promotion
Pine River Valley Bank announces the promotion of longtime employee Lisa Van Den Berg to assistant cashier/operations officer.
Van Den Berg began with the bank 17 years ago in Bayfield as a teller and has worked in many departments in both Bayfield and Durango branches.
Born in Ohio, Van Den Berg relocated to Parker and in 1979 landed in Bayfield, where she lives with her husband, Wayne.
For more information, visit us at www.prvb.com or call 884-9583.
Mercury raises money for mens health
Mercury Payment Systems employees have contributed almost $7,000 to the campaign called Movember, an effort named for the moustaches men grow in November while raising money to fight prostate and other cancers that affect men.
This year, on Nov. 1, 56 Mercury men volunteered to get shaved in a kickoff event held at Mercurys headquarters in Durango and the Denver office. Their goal will be to raise $10,000, which will be matched by the companys philanthropy arm, MercuryGives. MoMercury team members have until the end of the month to grow their moustaches to encourage donations. A party will be held in December at Steamworks Brewing Co. The event is open to the public and will feature awards and moustache shaving.
To support the MoMercury team, visit www.movember.com/us/register/details/team_id/211446 or visit http://us.movember.com/about/.
Media workshop to be offered
A Capture Media Attention workshop will be held from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Wednesday at DurangoSpace, 1221 Main Ave.
Participants will discover how to craft and pitch a message that will get noticed by radio and press.
To RSVP, email email@example.com or call (970) 828-1340.
Lemon Head announces new stylist
Lemon Head salon, 145 E. College Drive, announces the addition of stylist Nancy Camp.
Camp has studied under Vidal Sasson in California and Peter Lumis at Gingels in London. Camp provides body waxing, cuts for men and women, highlights and recorrective color, 100 percent human hair extensions and perms.
For more information and to make an appointment, call Camp at 946-5516.