The Mountainside in Granby honored for outstanding vacation experiences
Resort Management Group announced The Mountainside has been awarded the prestigious RCI Silver Crown Resort property designation by RCI, the worldwide leader in vacation exchange.
Resorts that have provided outstanding vacation experiences for RCI exchange guests are honored with this prestigious award. These resorts have met quality and service standards based on ratings from RCI Subscribing Member Comment Cards.
“This is a huge accomplishment and a reflection of the Resort Management Group staff’s commitment to excellence. This level of award is not achieved without going the extra mile,” said Shelley Nordin, Property Manager for The Mountainside. No other resort in Grand County has this prestigious designation and only 22 resorts in Colorado have achieved this status which denotes a high level of service, housekeeping and unit maintenance. “The Mountainside has undergone a large scale, multi-year unit renovation project, with thanks to Big Valley Construction for their excellent work, that has greatly enhanced the interiors of these large condominiums,” said Nordin.
“RCI’s Resort Recognition Program helps ensure that our RCI affiliated resorts provide a memorable experience for our members,” said Gordon Gurnik, president of RCI North America. “We are thrilled to recognize those who have attained this designation and continue to working to offer top vacation destinations to our 3.7 million members worldwide.”
Resort Management Group (RMG) was founded in 1998 and is located in Granby and Winter Park, Colorado. The company currently provides professional management services to 20 properties and 23 associations, including sub-associations, with a total of over 800 units, in the Granby and Winter Park area. Properties range in size up to 120 condominiums, and association membership totals over 4,500. RMG’s objective is to help associations and properties prosper in the unique and growing economic environment in Grand County. We do this by developing, implementing, and maintaining a personalized, professional, and responsive operational organization, which works closely with the developer, the board of directors, and the membership.
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