BOTTOM LINES BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS
Frias Properties rental agent becomes broker
Frias Properties has announced the addition of Andrew Myatt to its growing list of brokers.
Myatt joined Frias Properties in 2006 and earned the reputation as the company’s go-to lodging rental agent before making the transition to real estate, managing partner Chuck Frias said in a statement.
“His knowledge of the local market comes from years of specializing in luxury rentals, connecting clients with exclusive Aspen/Snowmass properties,” Frias said.
Myatt graduated from Ithaca College with a degree in business. Originally from the East Coast, he spent time in Syracuse, New York, Westchester, Pennsylvania, and Philadelphia before moving to Aspen.
Myatt is an avid outdoorsman and athlete. He enjoys skiing, hiking, golfing and traveling. He can be contacted by phone at 970-429-2410 or email at andrew@frias properties.com.
Frias Properties also said Mike Duffy has been hired as a new vacation rental specialist. Duffy moved to Aspen in 2007 after graduating from Saint Michael’s College in Vermont. The allure of larger mountains, deeper snow,and an exciting lifestyle drew him to the area, according to the statement.
He can be reached by phone at 970-429-2411 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Best burger contest to benefit Buddy Program
Aspen Magazine, CP Burger and the Buddy Program are teaming up to find the best-tasting, best-looking burger made by kids who live in the Roaring Fork Valley.
The winning creation will be placed on the menu at CP Burger to help spread awareness and raise funds for the Buddy Program, a nonprofit group that promotes mentoring.
“We’re very excited to be teaming up with CP Burger and our longtime partner Aspen Magazine for this contest,” David Houggy, executive director of the Buddy Program, said in a statement. “This is such a fun and creative way to make more people aware of the important work that the Buddy Program does.”
Entering your own burger creation is simple. Go to http://www.buddyprogram.org/ cpbuddyburger to fill out an online form that explains your culinary creation before Dec. 1. The children with the top five burgers will be invited to a “cook off” at CP Burger, where each entry will be prepared, tasted and judged by an expert panel.
The winning burger will be put on the menu for the early winter season and the winner will be featured in the mid-winter issue of Aspen Magazine.
For every winning burger sold, CP Burger will donate 20 percent of the proceeds to the Buddy Program.
Contestants must be 18 years or younger and live in the Roaring Fork Valley to enter. All entries are due before midnight Dec. 1. No purchase is required to enter and only one entry may be made per person.
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