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Pet Safety Tips for Winter

Many are aware of frigid temperatures we are having! You may put on big puffy jackets, scarfs, mittens and a hat to keep from the bitter cold getting you. But many forget that in temperatures like these, your animals need extra layers too! Use some of these helpful tips below for your four-legged friends. Beware

Thanksgiving Traditions

Traditions are big in my family. We do everything from waking up early to run (or in my case run-walk... ok, ok maybe just walk) in the Turkey Trot, to watching the NYC Macy's Day Parade on one TV and of course the good 'ol Detroit Lions on another. Whatever your family  traditions are, here are some

Kindness in Your Community

In honor of World Kindness Day, here is a little post on how to spread kindness in your Communities! With the holidays fast approaching, it is important to keep in mind the reason for the season. For some this means cooking big meals with lots of tasty treats and for others it means weekend trips

Building Neighborly Love

Some are dusting off their snow gear and others are ready for hibernation- but like it or not, winter is right around the corner! Here are five tips to help you be a better neighbor this winter season: Remember to shovel your sidewalks  Sidewalks can be more dangerous than the streets since they are not

Hammersmith Acquires Mountain Managers!

Hammersmith Management has acquired Mountain Managers, an HOA management and vacation rental company located in Summit County, Colorado. “This is another exciting expansion in the Rocky Mountain area,” said John Hammersmith, CEO. “Having managed in Winter Park for some time, we understand the unique needs of residents in the mountain communities, and we are confident

HammerTime Days of Service

Hammersmith Team Members have been busy serving the Community through HammerTime Days of Service. In just the last seven weeks, over 50 Team Members have volunteered with Autism Speaks, The Wild Animal Sanctuary, Denver Rescue Mission, Colorado Horse Rescue, Brothers Redevelopment, Inc., Girls Inc., Denver Pridefest, and a host of individuals volunteered on their own for other