BUSINESS BRIEFS: Campground awarded by association … and other items

PORT ANGELES — Kampgrounds of America recently announced that the Olympic Peninsula/Port Angeles KOA Journey Campground has been awarded the KOA Founder’s Award as well as the 2019 KOA President’s Award.

The awards were presented in Fort Worth, Texas at an annual KOA convention on Wednesday, Nov. 14, according to a press release.

The campground, at 80 O’Brien Road, is open year round.

Pfaff recognized

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The American Land Title Association (ALTA) recently awarded the designation of National Title Professional to Maureen Pfaff of Port Angeles.

Pfaff joined Olympic Peninsula Title in 2005 and has been its president and CEO since June 2017.

Pfaff currently serves on the ALTA board of governors and is a past president of the Washington Land Title Association.

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