People in Business
People in business
Orange Torpedo Trips, owned by Eric and Becky Smith, has been honored as Rogue Community College's business of the year.
The Smiths, who have owned the business for three years, were honored for their innovative service delivery, business growth and response to adversity, according to RCC.
Orange Torpedo Trips and the Smiths' other company, White Water Cowboys of Merlin, employ a combined 500 people during the peak of the summer season as river guides, shuttle drivers, retail clerks, customer service representatives and food handlers.
Robert E. Bluth
has changed the name of his law practice to Bluth & Billin, P.C., and moved to Suite C at 814 E. Jackson St. in Medford.
Robert J. McWilliams
has joined Windermere's Medford office as a sales associate.
He was previously the owner/broker at Pinehurst Realty in Ashland.
Suzanne E. Sky, a clinical herbalist and licensed acupuncturist, has joined WellSprings Center for Natural Healing in Ashland.
Sky incorporates herbal and nutritional therapy, dietary and lifestyle recommendations, gentle energy work and traditional acupuncture into her practice.
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