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Summit Real Estate's Very Own BEST OF SUMMIT- Kelie Gray

by Summit Real Estate

Kelie is truly honored to have been nominated & her team here at

Summit Real Estate is super proud ​to support her! 

We have voted for her and would love for you to

join us in voting for the BEST! 

 

VOTE FOR KELIE

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About Kelie:

It is Kelie’s goal to help you focus on your mountain real estate needs so that you can move on to new adventures. She truly listens and works diligently on your behalf, while keeping your goals in mind.  Her love of the mountains, extensive knowledge of the local real estate market, and long career of helping buyers and sellers in Summit since 2002 will help get you where you want to be.  Real Estate is her Specialty and helping others is her Passion!

“Moving to Dillon from Iowa in 1999 was the best decision I ever made. The midwest is  a wonderful place to be from, but I look forward to raising my family in the mountains! I would be honored to help you find the mountain property of your dreams, and listening to your needs and goals is always a good place to start. Whether you're looking for a vacation home or looking to make Summit County your permanent home I hope that I can share my love for the mountains!"  

Kelie's Success Stories told by her clients: 

 "Quite simply put, Kelie is THE best. She knows her stuff and possesses a plethora of pertinent, far ranging information. Though every agent has access to all mls listings, it’s what they do or do not do that is important. Kelie KNOWS what to do!Gary Moore's 5 Star Google Review

Vote Summit Real Estate Best of Summit County!

by Allison Simson

The Summit Daily News is conducting its annual "Best of Summit" contest and again this year Allison Simson is one of the nominees for Best Real Estate Agent!  We are thrilled to be included and would be so honored to have your vote!

With your support, Summit Real Estate has been voted one of Summit County’s top 3 favorite real estate companies for the last three years.  We'd love to be your favorite again in 2013. THANK YOU! 

It's a fun contest and if you'd like to vote, we've included the online link for your convenience.

Click the Best of Summit Icon below that will direct you to the link to vote.

To begin making your choices for your favorite Summit County establishments, you will need to sign in, or register as a new user. We’ll send you the full report of all the favorites when it comes out!

Click through your choices until you get to the Best of 2013 – Best Real Estate Agent category - Vote Allison Simson –Summit Real Estate 

We appreciate it. Voting ends July 6.

We are beyond grateful for your consideration, and who knows?  You might just make our year!

Vote Summit Real Estate Best of Summit County!

by Allison Simson

The Summit Daily News is conducting it's annual "Best of Summit" contest and this year Allison Simson is one of the nominees for Best Real Estate Agent!  We are thrilled to be included and would be so honored to have your vote!

Last year you voted us one of the top two companies in the county – THANK YOU! 

It's a fun contest and if you'd like to vote, we've included the online link for your convenience.

Click the Best of Summit Icon below that will direct you to the link to vote.

To begin making your choices, you will need to sign in, or register as a new user.

Click through your choices until you get to the Best of 2012 – Best Real Estate Agent category - Vote Allison Simson –Summit Real Estate

Thank YOU in advance for your support!   And, as always, it would be our pleasure to assist you with your real estate needs!

Ski resorts spiff up for winter!

by Allison Simson

First, I'd like to send a special THANK YOU to everyone who voted for Allison Simson - Summit Real Estate as one of the TOP 2 REALTORS in Summit County in the Summit Daily News "Best of the Summit 2010!"  We are absolutely elated and honored for your trust and confidence in us! 

I can't believe it's the last day of August, and we're already thinking about ski season....but local ski areas have been working all summer to improve snow, lifts, lodging and more for the upcoming ski season....JUST FOR YOU!

SUMMIT COUNTY — Summit's ski areas are putting the final touches on a variety of summer projects that will make winter fun all the better.

From chairlifts to snowmaking to lodging and dining, local resorts are upping the ante for the coming ski season.

Breckenridge Ski Resort
Crews at Breckenridge have been working on a new alpine coaster — the Gold Runner — that will operate in summer and winter. Located in the Peak 8 base area, riders will twist and turn down 2,500 feet of raised track between two ski runs.

“You control the speed of the two-seater car, so if you or your pint-size passenger is feeling timid, you can take it easy navigating the corners,” Breckenridge spokeswoman Kristen Pettit said.

Construction on the coaster will wrap up in coming weeks, and resort officials aren't sure yet whether it will be open for the tail end of the summer season. If not, look for it on winter's opening day, Nov. 12.

Breckenridge's on-mountain summer updates also include improvements to snowmaking lines on Peak 8, scheduled to be ready for action in October.

Off the mountain, Breck's One Ski Hill Place resort opened to the public on June 1. The new property features high-end condos, indoor pools, a bowling alley and dining options. The resort's T-Bar, a slopeside apres ski bar, will debut on the ski area's opening day.

Arapahoe Basin
Skiers and riders at A-Basin are in store for big improvements in the uphill transportation department this winter, with the addition of the ski area's first detachable high-speed quad chairlift. Black Mountain Express will supplant the Exhibition triple chair, cutting ride time in half and making loading and unloading easier on riders.

On Thursday morning, crews slowly towed the new lift's top terminal up the switchbacks of the mountain's summer road to reach its final destination near Black Mountain Lodge.

“As we get into late September, it will be substantially complete,” A-Basin COO Alan Henceroth said. “We anticipate being licensed and ready to go in early October.”

With help from the International Mountain Biking Association, A-Basin's summer crews have also been hard at work on a new biking and hiking trail that criss-crosses the mountain from the base area to the lodge.

“I think it's really neat — the views from the trail of the East Wall are amazing,” A-Basin spokeswoman Leigh Hierholzer said. “We put a lot of features in there you wouldn't expect to see on a normal trail.”

Henceroth expects the Black Mountain Lodge will become a prime spot for weddings and other special events next summer, given the improved access the new lift and trail will provide.

The Basin will host a public celebration of the two projects Saturday afternoon, with a barbecue buffet and free live music from Funkiphino.

Copper Mountain

Early-season skiers and riders at Copper will have better snow and more of it this year, thanks to expanded and improved snowmaking. Snowmaking operations will expand onto the American Flyer and Windsong trails (comprising 35 acres) in the Timberline Express area. And a new compressor will increase the snowmaking system's production capacity.

“Our guests are definitely going to notice that, and we're really excited about it,” said Bruce Hodson, director of operations at Copper. “It's one of the biggest snowmaking expansions we've had since 1998, so it's really sizable for us.”

Parking will be easier at Copper this season, with about 500 new spaces. A new 100-space pay lot in the Union Creek area will cater to beginner skiers, and the existing Corn Lot will feature about 400 new spaces. Both projects are on schedule to be complete by Oct. 15.

“I think our guests are going to see an improvement on the way we get them into the resort and onto the hill. We're looking forward to the season already — it's coming quickly.” Hodson said.

Keystone Resort
Keystone has spent the summer putting extra polish on its lodging and dining amenities. The Summit House received some freshening up of its outdoor bars, and Parrot Eyes underwent a complete remodel that extends all the way through to the menu. Summit Seafood Company, inside the Keystone Inn, is getting a full makeover and will re-emerge as the Black Bear Grill, with a totally new menu.

Crews installed new energy-saving windows and efficient flat-screen televisions throughout the Keystone Lodge, continuing the resort's commitment to sustainability.

On the slopes, the resort replaced snowmaking equipment on the Prospector run on North Peak.

SDN reporter Julie Sutor can be reached at (970) 668-4630 or [email protected].

And now for your Tuesday Coffee Break..."We tend to forget that happiness doesn't come as a result of getting something we don't have, but rather of recognizing and appreciating what we do have."   ~  Frederick Keonig

 

Enjoy the day! 

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