Archive for: May, 2012

Take an interest in today’s low rates

I was driving by a local Savings and Loan about 7:30am on a Thursday morning. There was a line of people from inside the building heading out of the building, and about a block long. Everyone was there to get a chance at applying for a low interest rate loan. It was a special issue […]

High tech fits in your fitness regimen

          You don’t need equipment, music, or computer related devices to be healthy. Exercise even in its simplest form is good for you. However, technology continues to change the way we do things, the way we work, and the way we play. This technology has also spread into the field of […]

The power of being proactive in your business

Have you ever been the customer of a company that always seemed to be one or two steps ahead of you? As a business owner yourself, do you remember how wonderful this experience was? Do you recall how it instilled within you a sense of confidence, peace of mind and a strong desire to do […]

How to make your marketing affordable

Many business owners ask me, “Is marketing affordable?” My answer is the always the same: First off, it’s mandatory for a successful business, and when done right, it is very affordable. The problem for most business owners is that there are so many ways to market and so many people that are trying to sell […]

Adding relationship value in the internet age

As the digital age spreads like a virus, locally owned “bricks and mortar” businesses are threatened with extinction.  Major companies like Circuit City, Borders, and Tower Records have already succumbed to this competitive threat.  The proliferation of disruptive internet-based solutions has forced many traditional businesses to re-think their value propositions in order to keep their […]

Commercial real estate: What’s in store?

What does the rest of the year look like in commercial real estate? Coldwell Banker Commercial Affiliates President & COO Fred Schmidt answered five questions and gave his thoughts on the current business environment, commercial market, CBC happenings and more. Provide us with your perspective on CRE activity for the first quarter. I’m noticing a […]

Financial services professional achieves association membership

Bradley Feldhaus, a financial services professional with New York Life in Grand Junction, has achieved membership in the Million Dollar Round Table (MDRT). Feldhaus is a five-year member of the group of insurance and financial services professionals. In addition to sales performance, MDRT members must demonstrate professional knowledge, offer quality client service and adhere to […]

Vice president, credit analyst join U.S. Bank

Tom Eatwell and Christopher Dibsie have joined U.S. Bank in Grand Junction. As vice president and commercial relationship manager, Eatwell works with commercial and small business customers. Eatwell has worked in the financial services industry for seven years. Dibsie works as a commercial credit analyst, bringing to his duties six years of experience in the […]

Broker associate earns commercial designation

Jalyn VanConett, a broker associate with RE/MAX 4000 in Grand Junction, has earned designation as a Certified Commercial Investment Member. VanConett was among 141 real estate professionals awarded the designation during the spring meeting of the CCIM Institute. The designation is awarded to professionals who complete coursework, present a portfolio of their work and pass […]

Business relationship managers join Wells Fargo

Molly Feddersen and Morgan Tawzer have joined the business banking team at Wells Fargo as business relationship managers. “Both Molly and Morgan are experienced bankers who know how to help clients use credit wisely and take advantage of the wide range of other financial products and services local businesses need to grow and thrive,” said […]


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