Colorado Trophy Ranch Featured in LA Times

The Colorado ranch of golfer Greg Norman was recently featured on the Los Angeles Times’ website as the newest “Hot Property”. The Seven Lakes Ranch sale has been featured on many high-traffic websites recently, including Business Insider, Realtor.com, CBS Sports, MSN Money, Yahoo Finance, and more.  You can check out the full Los Angeles Times article...
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Two Clients Featured in Wall Street Journal Story About Wyoming Ranch for Sale

It is not uncommon to land a story featuring multiple Sublime Public Relations clients. However, it is pretty rare to secure a full-page feature story in The Wall Street Journal featuring multiple clients. Hall and Hall, the leading ranch brokerage in the USA, has been a client of ours for 15+ years and Red Reflet Ranch, a top luxury guest ranch in Wyoming, has been with us for 5+. The owners of...
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Hall and Hall Ranch Sale Featured in The Denver Post

Our client, Hall and Hall, was reacently featured in The Denver Post. The newspaper published an article reviewing the sale and history of a Steamboat Springs Ranch. Photo from: Hall & Hall The article boasted about the Motherwell Ranch, “While the plentiful wildlife, including elk, mule deer, mountain lions and black bears, and lack of public roads over the ranch’s 16 square...
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Wall Street Journal, People, More Feature Hall and Hall Listing for Newsted Ranch

When former Metallica bassist Jason Newsted listed his Montana ranch with Hall and Hall this fall, the property was featured by the Wall Street Journal, People, Los Angeles Times, Cowboys & Indians, Daily Mail and more. According to Wall Street Journal writer Sarah Tilton, Newsted and his wife looked at 20 ranches in four states before visiting the 545-acre property outside Sula. On that...
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Hall and Hall Plantation Featured by Bloomberg Pursuits

An $11.5 million North Carolina plantation listed by Hall and Hall was featured by Bloomberg Pursuits recently, which noted that it dates to before the American Revolution. James Tarmy wrote that the property was part of a 26,000-acre tract named “Land of Eden” in a marketing ploy to entice Europeans to settle there. It “had passed through just six different owners’ hands but...
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