Polished Saloon announces new hire
Polished Saloon, 444 E. College Drive, has added Scott Eggertsen to its staff.
Eggert-sen has been working with hair since 1980. The full-service salon specializes in haircuts, nails, perms, color and highlights.
For more information, call 247-HAIR.
Marketing discussion will be held Feb. 23
Geoff Wolf of Wolf Direct will present Thirty Proven Marketing Tactics at Lunch & Learn at noon Feb. 23 at First National Bank of Durango, 259 W. Ninth St.
The session will explore marketing tactics that have worked for successful businesses. The cost is $7 for chamber members and $14 for nonmembers, which includes lunch. Reservations are required.
To RSVP, call 247-0312 or visit www.durangobusiness.org.
RE/MAX franchise opens in Durango
The RE/MAX Rocky Mountain Region announces the opening of RE/MAX Pinnacle at 111 W. College Drive.
Owners of the franchise are Charles and Mary Rigby and Ed and Angie Andersson. Charles Rigby and Ed Andersson will serve as co-managing brokers. The Rigbys have been associated with RE/MAX for 15 years. Mary Rigbys career with RE/MAX earned her its Lifetime Achievement Award, granted only to associates exceeding the $3 million mark in commissions. Ed Andersson, a retired corporate executive and Marine Corps veteran, was previously associated with RE/MAX for five years. Angie Anderssons expertise is on-site sales and marketing for major real estate developments.
RE/MAX Pinnacle will provide a full range of services in these areas: Durango, Durango Mountain Resort, Bayfield, Hesperus, Ignacio, Mancos, Vallecito Lake and Silverton.
The office features an Internet cafe with wireless communications and satellite TV for the use of clients and Durango visitors. Inquiries from prospective brokers are welcome.
For more information, call 259-2255.
Museum elects new vice president
Ann McCoy Harold, a fifth-generation La Plata County resident and a supporter of youth education, has been elected vice president of the Durango Discovery Museums board of directors. McCoy Harold has served on the board since January 2009 and was elected by fellow board members Jan. 13.
McCoy Harold is a former teacher and more recently was a 15-year owner and publisher of the Pine River Times. She is a graduate of Bayfield High School and the University of New Mexico and received the 2000 Outstanding Agriculturist Award from the La Plata County Cattlemens Association and the Durango Area Chamber Resort Association.
Spaaah Shop welcomes new owners
The Spaaah Shop & Day Spa has been purchased by Durango residents Connie and Richard Imig.
Connie is running the business and has promoted Jen Archer to store manager, handling purchasing, product management and new product research. Eleven part-time therapists, aestheticians and front-desk employees have been added since the business changed ownership.
The Spaaah Shop & Day Spa is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday and from noon to 5 p.m. Sundays at 934 B Main Ave. The shop offers bath and beauty products as well as a full-service day spa. The day spa features massage, nails, facials and waxing.
For more information, call 375-1866 or visit www.spaaahshop.com.
Stock investment club to hold first meeting
A new stock investment club called The Four Corners IBD Meetup will be held in the Four Corners. The name refers to Investors Business Daily and the investment strategy and other publications by investor William ONeil.
The first organizational meeting is likely to occur Feb. 20 in Dolores.
IBD will send invitations to all subscribers in the Four Corners. Readers are typically active investors with better-than-average knowledge of the financial markets but also will be ideal for people new to investing.
For more information, visit www.meetup.com/Four-Corners-IBD-Meetup/.
Womens healing arts center opens
The Red Tent, a new healing arts center for women, will hold a grand opening and open house from 5 to 7 p.m. Monday at 128 W. 14th St., Suite B, in the Riverfront Center (just north of the Discovery Museum).
The event welcomes men, women and children to enjoy healthful food and drinks, henna art for the hands, feet and pregnant bellies by local artist Molly Arms, and raffles for Red Tent Women memberships, specialty massages and Reiki sessions.
For more information, visit http://redtentwellness.com or call 422-8026.
Stewart Title announces new hire
Mike Fenton has joined Stewart Title of Durango as director of title operations and business development.
Fenton, a Colorado native, Colorado State University graduate and licensed title officer, brings 20 years of local real estate knowledge to the Stewart team. Formerly with Edgemont Highlands, Fenton is available to assist people with all their title insurance needs.
Stewart Title is located at 1199 Main Ave., Suite 201.
For more information, call 385-0303 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.