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Business Briefs: Stewart Title promotes Strubel to regional vice president of sales and marketing

Posted:   05/15/2018 04:52:37 PM MDT


Ryan Strubel

Ryan Strubel

Stewart Title promotes Strubel to regional vice president of sales and marketing

Stewart Title of Southern Colorado recently promoted Ryan Strubel to regional vice president of sales and marketing.

Strubel joined the company 15 years ago as a sales representative in the Pueblo County office and title examiner/manager in the Huerfano County office.

A graduate of Colorado State University-Pueblo and Pueblo Community College, he has more than 18 years of experience in the title and escrow industry.

New Staff ready for the summer at Cup and Cone

Three new employees have completed their training and are ready for the summer season at the Cup and Cone.

"This is our sixth summer," said Jeri Fry, owner of the Cup and Cone at the corner of Fourth Street and Royal Gorge Boulevard. "These three young ladies have completed more than 50 hours of my regular training program which teaches them nearly all aspects of this small business."

Fry trains her staff in the batista and sugar arts, as well as soda fountain skills and customer service. Customers can be served by a real soda jerk at Cup and Cone and love it.

Amber Snyder is a student with GOAL Academy and is also captain of her soccer team. Amber has shown her aptitude in waiting on different customers and was surprised by their many attitudes.

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"I have mastered how to make Cup and Cone's signature White Water Foam Soda," she said. "Cup and Cone is the only place you can get it. Actually it was invented here. It is my favorite!"

Ciarra Bork brings a strong work ethic to her new position with Cup and Cone. She is a highly-motivated student and has held a leadership role in Color Guard teaching 15 girls the routines and discipline of service. Ciarra is a student at GOAL Academy and at Pueblo Community College working on her Associate's Degree in Applied Science.

Amber Snyder, Ciarra Bork and Holly Taylor have completed their training and are ready for the summer season at the Cup and Cone.

Amber Snyder, Ciarra Bork and Holly Taylor have completed their training and are ready for the summer season at the Cup and Cone. (Jeri Fry / The Cup and Cone)

"Scooping ice cream was hard at first, now I can make it look easy," she said. "I love talking to the tourists from all over the world who find their way to our shop."

Holly Taylor brings some food service experience to the Cup and Cone from both Wyoming and Colorado. She is also a student at Pueblo Community College. Holly uses a wide array of people skills with ease. She loves dirt bikes and 4 wheeling with her younger brother.

"I really enjoy the people I am waiting on in the shop, they are all so different and from many different places," she said. "One thing I have learned is how to mop; it was hard at first and not my favorite thing."

Holly is not a fan of coffee, but she can steam a creamy latte' even with almond milk.

Two more employees will join the staff as soon as school is out and the soccer season is over. Cassidy Heimel and Abigail Rupp have accepted positions and will begin training the third week of May.

The Cup and Cone is an ice cream and coffee shop offering hand-dipped ice cream including Colorado made Boulder Brand Organic all natural ice cream and Cool Beads Beaded Ice Cream as well as Blue Bell ice cream. Their espresso is fresh roasted in Florence by the All Good Things Coffee Roaster. The staff can make such classics as banana splits, old fashioned ice cream sodas, shakes and malts as well as a velvety lattes and cappuccinos as light as air.

To escape or to celebrate, come to the Cup and Cone - open daily year 'round.

Daily Record Staff



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