Biz briefs: Tiger Run earns kudos
Tiger Run RV Resort, located near Breckenridge, was recently honored with the highest distinction of 5W/5W from Woodall’s magazine, a leader in the RV and Travel industry. Each year Woodall’s representatives scour both the United States and Canada searching for the continent’s premier resorts. Over 8,000 parks are reviewed each year. Less than 3 percent of the privately owned parks, including Tiger Run RV Resort, earned the highest distinction (5W) in facility maintenance and amenities as well as recreation activities available on site.
WeddingWire, the nation’s leading wedding technology company, recently recognized three Summit County businesses for exceptional service. Creative Flowers Inc./Petal and Bean has been selected to receive the 2010 Bride’s Choice Awards for Flowers and Decor. Beaton Photography has been selected to receive the the award for wedding photography, as has Breckenridge Wedding Photography.
The annual Bride’s Choice Awards recognizes and celebrates excellence in quality and service within the wedding industry, as determined by recent reviews and extensive surveys from over 500,000 newlyweds.
Visitors to top Rocky Mountain resorts have a new way of renting a vacation home thanks to a new web site – http://www.VacationRentalsByAuction.com. This unique new service lets visitors bid on available dates on up to 1,000 privately owned vacation homes – many of which still have open dates for this ski season. This site was created by Resortia LLC – the largest independent vacation rental agency in the Rockies.
The user-friendly site allows visitors to bid on specific time periods for privately owned vacation homes in 10 of the most popular resort communities – including Vail, Aspen, Breckenridge, Steamboat Springs and Park City. “The Vacation Rentals By Auction service takes some of the top features of proven Internet auction leaders, and popular rental advertising portals, and melds them into a satisfying vacation lodging experience at a great value,” according to Resortia’s CEO Larry Hoffer.
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