East West Partners founder nominated for Hall of Fame | SierraSun.com

East West Partners founder nominated for Hall of Fame

LAKE TAHOE ” The founder of East West Partners been nominated for the Colorado Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame.

Harry Frampton is among 24 nominees who may be inducted into the hall of fame this year, a recognition for those who have been pioneers and industry builders in the Colorado snowsports world.

Frampton started the real estate company East West Partners, which develops properties in Lake Tahoe, Vail, Beaver Creek, Summit County, Denver, and Deer Valley.

Of the nominees, five will be chosen in May by the voting board, which is made up of hall of fame members, the museum board, advisory members and representatives from each of Colorado’s ski resorts.

Frampton is also involved with the the U.S. Ski and Snowboard team board of directors.

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