Briefs: Biz Briefcase February 12, 2009
• Barbara Creasman was the top producer at Heiden Homes Realty and Associates in 2008. Andrea Haitz was named Rookie of the Year.
• Intellitec College has opened its graduate massage clinic at 772 Horizon Drive. Gift certificates are available.
• Jaynie Searcy has joined Links Freight Management as the new director of health and safety. Searcy is the 2005 Five State Region Safety Supervisor of the Year, and a certified safety supervisor by the North American Trucking Management Institute.
• The following businesses are participating in the St. Patrick’s Day Shamrock Against Muscular Dystrophy campaign: Ace Hardware, Acorn, Associated Foods, Bank of Colorado, Bar and Yeti’s, Beau Jo’s, Big O Tires, Black Bear Diner, Burger King, Capitol Deli, City Market, Claddaugh Irish Pub, Cold Stone Creamery, Denny’s, End Zone, Golden Caavy, Gondola Pub and Grill, Grand Valley National Bank, Loco, Lowe’s, Mi Casa, O’Bannon’s Irish Pub, Paddy’s Sports Bar, Parish Oil, Pita Pit, Rockslide Brewery, Skip’s Pour House, Starvin Arvin’s, Sutherlands, Swallow Oil, Taco Bell, Tomahawk, Valero and Valley Ranch and Supply.
• Julia Camp has joined the Grand Junction Athletic Club, Day Spa and Salon as a hair designer. Camp has over 15 years of experience and is an expert in color techniques and long hair perms.
• Bette James Laughrun was awarded a Top 100 Income Earner medallion and Million Dollar Earner pin at the annual Isagenix Top Acheivers event in San Francisco. Laughrun leads a team of Isagenix associates across the country and is the founder of ThePeopleBuilders.com.