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Biz briefs: Ski Butlers sets records in fifth season

Breckenridge – Ski Butlers Breckenridge set records in terms of revenue and number of ski/board sets rented over the holidays.

“To have this much early season success is very encouraging,” said Bryn Carey, president of Ski Butlers. “This shows that visitors are willing to pay a little extra for the convenience and combine this with the high cost of the airline baggage fees and the hassle of schlepping equipment across the country and renting skis makes sense.”

Ski Butlers serves over 25 North American resorts in Colorado, California, Utah, Wyoming and British Columbia, Canada. http://www.SkiButlers.com

FRISCO – Eide Bailly CPAs welcomes PJ Kovach as a trusts and estates tax specialist who advises tax and non-tax clients with estate planning solutions. James Milliron has joined as an executive search and placement services specialist working with clients and the business community to find and place qualified executive-level candidates.

VAIL – Resort Delivery founder Jon Miller announced recently he has expanded the company into the Summit County area for service to Breckenridge, Keystone and Copper Mountain. Founded in Vail in 2001 as Vail Delivery, Resort Delivery added an Aspen branch in November of last year.

“After the success of what we started here in Vail it seemed as though Aspen was the next logical step,” company founder Jon Miller said. “With the addition of this second location we can really start to reach those areas that we believe have a real need for quality guest service-based delivery service. Now with Summit County underway we can really step back and take a look at our idea start to take hold, and it’s exciting.”

To learn more, go to http://www.vaildelivery.com.


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