Business Briefs

Posted: Thursday, June 27, 2002

Aspen Hotels announces new Soldotna general manager

Aspen Hotels has announced the promotion of Rebecca Rodrigues to general manager of the Aspen Hotel of Soldotna. She's served for the past four months as the front desk manager at the 63-room hotel.

Rodrigues began her hospitality career in 1993 as the front desk clerk for the Langford Hotel Resort in Winter Park, Fla.

After less than two years in this position she was promoted to reservations and resident manager, a position in which she designed and implemented strong training programs for sales and service staff. She also has experience in employee management and supervision, having served as the Nautilus Fitness Center's facilities manager in Billings, Mont.

Additionally, Rodrigues developed the advertising arm of the Bible Book Store

in Billings by creating a new mail-out system, as well as targeting profitable markets.

Chugach to hold public meetings

Chugach Electric Association will host a joint agency and public meeting and site visit at 9:30 a.m., July 9, and at 8:30 a.m., July 10 at the Kenai Princess Wilderness Lodge in Cooper Landing.

The meeting will provide an opportunity for the public to give comments on the initial consultation package which is the first official step in the relicensing process for Chugach's Cooper Lake hydroelectric project. There will also be a site visit to the project. Additional information on the relicensing project is available on the relicensing Web site at

To RSVP, call May Clark, relicensing secretary, at 762-4547, or send e-mail to

Anchorage Aces offered for sale on eBay

ANCHORAGE -- There amid the vintage comic books and pop-star memorabilia for sale on eBay sit the Anchorage Aces.

The West Coast Hockey League franchise is listed for sale on the Website, with a minimum bid of $1.5 million.

''I just wanted the public to know that the team is for sale,'' said Aces owner Mike Cusack Jr. ''It's just another marketing source to get it out to the public.''

The Aces, which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection last month and carry a debt of more than $2 million, are listed in the category of businesses for sale.

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