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I am pleased to announce that Terry Nolan has accepted the position of Managing Broker for both the Beaver Creek Lodge and Villa Montane offices.
Terry brings experience and a keen interest in serving in this role – to lead and support the brokers of the offices, Melanie Seatvet, and the company. His organizational qualities, vision, accountability and proactive attitude will be a great asset to all of us.
In the coming days and weeks you will hear from Terry about upcoming opportunities to meet. In the interim I encourage you to reach out to him with your thoughts as we make this transition.
Please join me in welcoming Terry in his new role!
Michael Slevin ǀ Vice President
Prudential Colorado Properties
(o) 970-845-8700 ǀ (m) 970-390-9440
Welcome to my December, 2011 Beaver Creek Real Estate Market Update. 2011 will be a solid for the Beaver Creek real estate market. Sales should exceed the total we had in 2010. Prices dropped over the course of the year but appear to be stabilizing. Click on the links below to take a look.
The Birds of Prey World Cup Races in Beaver Creek were a great success. Bode won the downhill, Ted Ligety won a giant slalom and was second in another one, and Lindsay Vonn won a super giant slalom that was rescheduled to Beaver Creek due to a lack of snow in France.
Best Wishes and Merry Christmas to you and your family.
It was an absolutely spectacular day in Beaver Creek today. Lindsay Vonn skied and won the first women’s World Cup Super Giant Slalom held on the Birds of Prey course in Beaver Creek, Colorado. This is typically the men’s course but the women were rerouted here due to a lack of snow in France.
I was lucky enough to be working security in the finish area and watched the race. What was amazing about Lindsay’s run was that she actually won the race on the bottom third of the hill, a section where no other racers seemed to pick up speed.
Lindsay started well, fell behind, but was fast going into the flats. Honestly, we all thought Lindsay had lost the race at that point.
Somehow, she picked up speed and finished in 1st place. Amazing. I guess that is what makes her the best woman skier in the world.
Afterward she graciously attended all the interviews (see the photo below). There were hordes of kids and adults waiting for her after the interviews for autographs. The photos below show the kids waiting and Lindsay working her way down the line signing the autographs. What a world-class athlete and human being.
- Vonn wins super-G in Colorado (cbc.ca)