The Carbondale Community Chamber of Commerce unveiled a new tourism logo at its trustee meeting on Tuesday, April 26. Designed by local firm Rainy Day Designs, the new logo is the result of the recently formed Carbondale Lodging and Tax Committee, which works to generate promotion, development and marketing of tourism in Carbondale.”The new logo is the first step in establishing Carbondale as a viable destination for visitors in an increasingly competitive marketplace,” said Randi Lowenthal, executive director of the Carbondale chamber.The logo will be used consistently with all marketing, advertising and public relations efforts in Carbondale, as well as by the chamber and on the Carbondale website – http://www.carbondale.com.”Our goal was to build an icon that symbolizes our rivers, arts, mountains and trails, blacksmithing and ranching heritage, and most essentially the character of our community,” said Erin Rigney from Rainy Day Designs.In September 2004, National Geographic Adventure Magazine highlighted Carbondale as “The Ultimate Rocky Mountain Hideout.”
Toni Cerise of RE/MAX Mountain West in Carbondale was recently honored by the RE/MAX Mountain States Region. She was number 13 in sales through the region – which includes nearly 4,000 agents in Colorado, Utah, North Dakota and South Dakota – in January 2005. In addition to her duties at RE/MAX, Cerise is an active member in the community, donating her time to many organizations and events.
The 18-hole, par-72 Snowmass Club golf course is set to open on May 14, weather and conditions permitting, with Ken Everett as the new head golf professional.Everett was director of golf at the Snowmass Club from 1989 to 2000, and most recently comes from the Roaring Fork Club, where he was director of membership, and the Aspen Golf Course, where he earned the award of Colorado PGA Western Chapter Teacher of the Year in 2003. He brings more than 25 years of experience in the golf and guest service industry with him to his new position at the Snowmass Club.The 18-hole golf course at the Snowmass Club was designed by Jim Engh, a four-time winner of Golf Digest’s America’s Best New Courses Award, and Golf Digest’s Architect of the Year for 2003. Recent accolades for the course design include being voted the No. 6 Best New Upscale Golf Course for 2004 by Golf Digest and the No. 1 Best New Golf Course in 2004 by Colorado Golf Magazine.Greens fees for the general public are $150 per person during the summer season (June 18 to Sept. 18), and $90 per person for the early and late seasons. Twilight and nine-hole rates are $75 during the summer season and $45 for early and late seasons. Tee times for the general public may be made 48 hours prior to play. All public rates include cart rental.
Whether it’s Mother’s Day, an anniversary or just a quick getaway, Roaring Fork Valley residents can indulge in a special rate of $125 per night at the St. Regis Resort in Aspen now through May 31.Guests of the St. Regis have golfing privileges at the Ironbridge Golf Course, where spring rates are $88 per person. Tee times can be booked through the St. Regis concierge. In addition, Roaring Fork Valley guests can visit the new Remède Spa at the St. Regis, with up to 30 percent off signature massage, facial and body treatments. Guests also have access to the fitness center, with its outdoor heated swimming pool and three heated outdoor whirlpools. The St. Regis recently completed a $37 million renovation. All guest rooms and suites have new appointments and furniture, and high-tech additions such as 30-inch flat screen televisions and wireless Internet service.Any Roaring Fork Valley resident is eligible for this offer, which is based on availability, does not include taxes or gratuities and is not available for group programs. Guests must present proof of Roaring Fork Valley residency upon check-in. For reservations, contact the St. Regis at 920-3300 or 888-454-9005, and mention the Roaring Fork Valley resident rate.
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