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Monthly Archives: March 2018

    Take a Walk

    By Mark Escalera | March 30, 2018

    There are over 1200 national days to celebrate, but this has to be one of my favorite. Too often we get so busy in the hustle and bustle of life that we forget to take a break and enjoy what nature has to offer. Yes, it is true that, here in Cheyenne, the weather can... Read More

    Choo Choo! What a Bond!

    By Stephanie Prescott | March 28, 2018

    Cheyenne is the best community because it was founded on innovation! Way back when, our community started because the railroad found its way through the Southeast Corner of Wyoming and became a key connection for transportation in the West. The railroad was innovative and was the beginning of the great unknown. Between two steel beams... Read More

    Take Interest in Interest!

    By Steve Prescott | March 26, 2018

      Many of us can barely keep up with the pace of our lives, let alone stay current on the real estate interest rates. Do interest rates matter to you and your home buying experience? Yes. Rising mortgage rates will have an impact on the direction you choose when shopping for real estate.  “Every time... Read More

    Near Miss of an Asteroid

    By Mark Escalera | March 23, 2018

      A quote from this website — A massive asteroid (4581 Asclepius) nearly hit the earth in 1989.  This day is commemorated annually on March 23 as people across the nation celebrate National Near Miss Day. On March 22-23, 1989, a mountain-sized asteroid came within 500,000 miles of colliding with the earth.  “On the cosmic... Read More

    Welcome Home

    By Stephanie Prescott | March 21, 2018

      Home has a different meaning for each of us. Today I saw a post on Facebook of some of my friends welcoming their husband and father home from deployment. That picture summed up the true meaning of home for me. I know he hasn’t felt “at home” for his months of deployment and I... Read More

    Lucky to be in Laramie County

    By Stephanie Meisner | March 19, 2018

        Steve and I are co-campaign chairs for United Way this year. We sincerely are lucky for the opportunity to serve the United Way of Laramie County in this way! United Way is unique because it is a way to invest in organizations who are local. Also by providing funds to United Way of... Read More

    Cheyenne Rising

    By Steve Prescott | March 18, 2018

    Our very own Stephanie Prescott was recognized at this year’s Annual Banquet Awards. The Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce hosts annually an awards banquet recognizing business professional excellence. This year Stephanie Prescott was named one of the Chamber Spirit Award finalists. Additionally, throughout the evening many other great business professionals and businesses were celebrated. Congratulations... Read More

    The What-ifs of Life

    By Mark Escalera | March 16, 2018

      Too often, in the world of purchasing, we make decisions that will affect us long down the road. Some decisions are made on the spur of the moment. This would be like getting EVERYTHING your toddler possibly wanted or asked for while in the grocery store. Yet, he or she then manages to yell... Read More

    Stephanie’s Got Spirit

    By Steve Prescott | March 15, 2018

    Stephanie Prescott is a Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce Chamber Spirit Finalist! This award is given to the movers and shakers of Cheyenne, who make a difference through their support of the Chamber, the business community and area professionals. Past recipients of the award include Dave Cook of Western States Bank and Tom Bass of... Read More

    Children’s Miracle Network Hospital and Tammy Facemire

    By Steve Prescott | March 14, 2018

      Giving back is a priority in the RE/MAX culture.   All over the world, RE/MAX agents make a difference in their communities – volunteering, donating money, contributing time and ultimately changing lives. These same beliefs and priorities drive your local RE/MAX office and agents. Tammy Facemire is the first local RE/MAX agent to make... Read More