Summit County business briefs: Pinnacle Design Studio opens in Frisco
Pinnacle Design Studio opens in Frisco
Pinnacle Mountain Homes is expanding into the world of design and furnishings, adding interior design, space planning and furnishing services to custom home-building. The new design studio recently opened in Frisco, on 730 N. Summit Blvd. The showroom is open by appointment at email@example.com or 970.453.0727.
Photography studio opens in Dillon
Jeffrey K Wilson Photography will host a grand opening for their new studio on Thursday, July 14. No longer operating out of their home office, the photography studio is opening at La Riva Mall in Dillon on 135 Main St.
Jeffrey K Wilson Photography offers wedding, engagement and high school senior photography services in Summit County and the surrounding area. For more information, visit jeffreykwilson.com.
Wolfe and Company moves
Jack Wolfe and Bailey Jefferson have a new brand and a new office. They have made the official move from Wolfe and Company to LIV Sotheby’s International Realty, in their Breckenridge office located at 101 S. Main St.
Sotheby’s is a worldwide leader in real estate sales, marketing, networking and referrals, and is strategically growing their team in Summit County. With Jack’s experience in luxury residential and commercial real estate, a move to a larger premier firm was a natural progression. Jack played a large role in the development of the prestigious Timber Trail Estates; Main Street Station, Main Street Junction, One Breckenridge Place, and the Reserve at Frisco.
Alpine Bank promotes officers
Alpine Bank recently promoted Matt Hanson to senior vice president and manager in Breckenridge. Hanson has lived in Summit County for four years, and will celebrate five years with Alpine Bank in October.
Alpine Bank also promoted Brian Blankenmeister to vice president and manager of Alpine Bank in Frisco. Blankenmeister moved to Summit County in 2003 and began his career at Alpine Bank in 2004.
Compiled by Elise Reuter
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