Inside Business: On the move
ASPEN ” Real Time Marketing, an Aspen-based marketing, advertising and public relations firm has added two team members.
Roy Coats joins the firm as web designer/developer after working at Copper Mountain Resort as their Internet marketing coordinator. There, he managed multiple brand websites and e-mail marketing initiatives while managing their Woodward at Copper and Copper Sunsation micro-sites. Coats attended Southern Methodist University where he received a bachelor of arts in communications with a focus on advertising.
After a two-year diversion to San Antonio, Casey Wood has once again joined the agency as account director and media planner. Before leaving the valley for Texas in 2006, Casey worked with the Real Time Marketing team as an account director. She was intimately involved in the media buying, public relations and strategic planning for the agency’s clients. Wood graduated from Baylor University with a degree in business and a minor in Spanish.
ASPEN ” Eco-broker Bennett A. Bramson has been promoted to director of sales and training at The Fleisher Co.
Bramson will oversee all training, brokerage and organizational development programs, residential and commercial sales, educational programs, and philanthropic activities for the Fleisher team. He will be based in the Basalt office, but will conduct activities regularly for the staffs in each of Fleisher’s offices in Aspen, Carbondale, Rifle and Basalt.
Bramson has been actively involved in the Roaring Fork community and in Miami. In 2006, he was the recipient of the Aspen Rotary Club’s “Sardy Award” for community service. In 2007, he was honored by the Florida International University Alumni Association with the “Torch Award for Community Leadership.”
He holds a master’s degree in public administration, a bachelor’s degree in parks and recreation administration, and is a certified Eco-broker.
BASALT ” Scott Hirsch has been promoted to project manager for The Fleisher Co.
He is responsible for overseeing all aspects of multimillion dollar mixed-use development projects from Basalt to Rifle. Hirsch is a third generation realtor who grew up in a real estate family that developed, owned and managed apartment complexes and rental properties in Louisiana.
With a degree in broadcast media and communications, Hirsch has been honored with multiple national awards for graphic design and film production.
ASPEN ” Debbie Braun, president and CEO of the Aspen Chamber Resort Association, recently completed her third year at the Institute for Organization Management, a week-long nonprofit leadership training program held July 13-17 at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles.
The institute is a four-year program held at five sites each year ” one in the winter and four in the summer. Most participants attend the one-week sessions at the same site each year, building relationships with others in the industry and creating a network of idea sharing.
Graduates of the institute receive the IOM recognition, signifying completion of 96 hours of course instruction in association, chamber, and nonprofit management. In addition, participants can earn points toward the Certified Chamber Executive (CCE) or Certified Association Executive (CAE) designations.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is the world’s largest business federation representing more than 3 million businesses and organizations of every size, sector and region.
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