Nina Suzanne's Fashions Relocates to Main Street
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Jul 21, 2011 | 1009 views | 0 0 comments | 3 3 recommendations | email to a friend | print
MONTROSE – After five years on Main Street in Delta, Nina Suzanne’s Fashions has moved to Main Street in Montrose. Nina Suzanne’s, owned and operated by Nina Suzanne Crozier, is located at 336 East Main, next to SheShe’s Boutique. It carries women’s clothing in sizes from extra-small to 1X, as well as accessories and jewelry.

Crozier says her decision to move her store to Montrose was based on the larger population of the Montrose metropolitan area and greater tourism foot traffic downtown.   

Crozier says that she likes to help women find clothes that flatter them. “I know it helps me when I’m trying different things on to get an opinion other than the mirror’s. I enjoy helping my customers pick out things that will look good on them,” she says, adding that she carries a number of popular brands, including Keren Hart, Laurel Burch, Ruby Road, Papillon and Sweet Romance, but she is always looking for new brands that are affordably priced.

 Nina Suzanne’s is now open Mondays through Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and is open for Main in Motion on Thursdays until 8:30 p.m.

Peaks Real Estate Sotheby’s International Realty Announces Ericco On Board at Element 52

TELLURIDE – Teddy Errico, who is joining the Auberge Residences at Element 52 in the role of onsite broker for Element 52, along with the project’s listing broker, Bill Fandel.

“We at Peaks Real estate Sotheby’s International Realty and the Auberge Residences at Element 52 are most pleased to welcome Teddy Errico to our team of professionals,” said Fandel.

The Auberge Residences at Element 52 are a private enclave of ski-in/ski-out residences and Townhomes enhanced and managed by the award-winning services and amenities of Auberge Resorts. 

Originally from Tarrytown, New York, Errico moved to Telluride to finish a graduate degree in Sports and Recreation Administration from Temple University at the Telluride Ski & Golf Co.  After two years of managing Special Events and Sponsorships there, he switched gears and became the general manager of Scott Art Factory, a special event and performing arts venue. He is past president and boardmember of Telluride Association of Realtors; and on the board of directors for both the Telluride Parks and Recreation Department and the Telluride Hockey Club; a volunteer and fundraiser for KOTO-FM. Local Non-profit Radio Station. He is also production director for the Telluride Blues and Brews Festival and Founder/Producer/President of the annual Telluride Cajun Festival.

Dr. Susannah Smith Opens Office in Olathe

TELLURIDE – Dr. Susannah Smith recently attended the Association of Family and Conciliation Court 48th Annual Convention in Orlando, Fla.; its focus was to analyze gender differences in research on domestic violence and aggression, and on complex family systems dynamics. Dr. Smith is certified through the courts to serve as Mediator, Parenting Coordinator, Decision Maker, Child Family Investigator, and Parenting Responsibility Evaluator. The AFCC workshops cover the latest research in child custody decisions, models for interventions with high conflict families, custody evaluation methodologies, and collaborative interventions. The AFCC is comprised of attorneys, judges, psychologists, masters level therapists, guardians ad litem, mediators, and researchers from all over the world. The workshops are presented by the most advanced researchers in their fields.

Dr. Smith, who is also appointed by the court to teach the Parenting Class for separating and divorcing parents, practices clinical and forensic psychology and organizational development consulting in Telluride, Ridgway and Olathe. Her practice now also includes Equine Assisted Psychotherapy with Dreamcatchers in Olathe and at her ranch in Ridgway. For more information, please go to, or contact Dr. Smith at 970-728-5234
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