Executive Chef Rich Rosendale on NBC’s TODAY!

The Greenbrier’s Executive Chef, Richard Rosendale, has been named one of four finalists for the prestigious Bocuse d’Or USA National Competition. On January 28-29, 2012, the four will vie for the chance to represent America at the 2013 Bocuse d’Or World Cuisine Contest.

But not before he made a quick pit stop at Studio 1-A at Rockefeller Center to appear on NBC’s TODAY Show this morning. He featured two of The Greenbrier’s classic dishes, braised short ribs and five-onion risotto. And last but not least…for dessert, coconut almond pound cake. YUM! Watch the video below, in case you missed the segment.

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The Keller Family: In Their Own Words

The Keller family at their Sporting Club home in the Howard's Creek neighborhood

Gary Keller & Mary Pfluger
John Keller (19)
Primary Home:
Austin, TX
Chairman of the Board, Keller Williams Realty
Activities Of Interest:
Fly fishing, golf, hiking, swimming, skeet, bowling, taking in a movie and enjoying The Greenbrier culinary experience

Q: How did you first become aware of The Greenbrier and our real estate opportunities?

A: Every summer we would take a family trip to a different destination resort. Once we experienced The Greenbrier we quit going to other places.

Q: What attracted you to become a member at The Greenbrier Sporting Club (GSC)? What were you looking for in a club?
A: We simply love The Greenbrier and all it offers. Becoming a homeowner and a club member simply gave us roots with a deeper connection to The Greenbrier and much greater access to all that it offers. Being a member enhances our experience tremendously.

Q: What do you feel GSC offers that other communities do not?
A: It offers more than any other community we ever visited.

Q: How often does the Keller Family visit The Greenbrier and The Greenbrier Sporting Club?
A: We try to get there several times a year to enjoy the different seasons.

Q: What drew you specifically to your home purchase in our Howard’s Creek neighborhood?
A: We love being close to the hotel and amenities. Plus being able to step out our front door and go for a wonderful walk or step out our back and fly fish is heaven for us.

Q: What do you and your family enjoy doing while you’re home at The Sporting Club?
A: Every activity offered—from fly fishing to golf to shooting clays to hiking.

Q: What legacy do you hope to create with your family at The Greenbrier Sporting Club?
A: Great memories!

The Greenbrier Spa Awarded Coveted Five Stars from Forbes Travel Guide

Forbes Travel Guide unveiled its 54th annual Star Ratings on November 11, 2011, a list that represents the best of the best in hotels, restaurants and spas. The Forbes Spa Ratings system is the gold standard in the travel industry, with hospitality standouts earning its coveted stars since 1958.
For centuries, people have traveled to The Greenbrier to “take the waters”. These days, along with therapeutic spa treatments, The Greenbrier offers a full collection of patented products and procedures you won’t find anywhere else. Spa treatments focus on the benefits of natural essences

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and minerals and the use of hydrotherapy. Your senses will be rejuvenated in a soothing atmosphere, as our 40,000 square foot spa is yours to savor in an elegant, restful setting. Luxuriate in a whirlpool bath or soak up the healing properties of the native sulphur waters. Invigorate every pore in a steam room or sauna. Or simply indulge in all the spa treatments you so richly deserve. The Greenbrier Spa offers an exquisite experience you won’t soon forget.
Spa appointments at The Greenbrier may be reserved in advance by contacting the Spa at (800) 624-6070.

Home Purchases at The Greenbrier On The Rise in 2011

The Greenbrier Sporting Club announced today that real estate sales at America’s Resort have seen their best year since 2007. The private residential enclave, located at The Greenbrier, sold nearly $34 million in real estate in 2011, consisting of 20 homes and 21 home sites. This buying streak, witnessed by the Sporting Club, has increased every year since 2009. “Despite worldwide turmoil and weak economies, The Greenbrier Sporting Club had a banner sales year. We exceeded our budgeted goal by 36%,” said John Klemish, principal and broker in charge at The Greenbrier Sporting Club. “I am very proud of the entire Greenbrier Sporting Club team and am looking forward to an even better 2012.”

The vigorous home and land sales are not the only area setting records at the Sporting Club. Home construction has never once halted at the resort. In fact, there are currently six homes nearing completion, with another eight in review by the community’s Architectural Review Board. Many of the homes being built are nestled in the Sporting Club’s unique mountaintop neighborhoods, The Ridges and Summit Village, which afford expansive vistas of the Alleghenies and the Greenbrier Valley. By the end of 2012 the resort will have surpassed 200 homes completed in The Greenbrier Sporting Club community.