Sunday, February 28, 2010
Steamboat Springs Kum & Go has named Sladjana Brstina, general manager of its Curve Plaza location, the company’s general manager of the month for January, director of corporate communications Meggan Kring said in a news release. Brstina has worked with Kum & Go since October 2005.
Her selection as general manager of the month recognizes her commitment to patrons, exceeding of expectations and exemplification of Kum & Go values, the release stated.
Learn more about the company at www.kumandgo.com.
Feldmann Nagel adds 2 partners to law firm
Feldmann Nagel LLC announced last week that George Brauchler and Jeffery Weeden have been named partners of the firm. Brauchler joins Feldmann Nagel as a partner in the Denver office, and Weeden joins as a partner in the Steamboat Springs office. Both locations have been renamed Feldmann Nagel Brauchler & Weeden LLC.
Brauchler is a criminal and civil trial attorney for Denver, Douglas, Jefferson, Arapahoe, Boulder, Adams and El Paso counties and provides worldwide representation on military justice matters, according to a news release.
Weeden specializes in state and federal criminal and civil litigation, criminal and wildlife law, according to the release. He is a member of the American, Colorado and Denver bar associations. Weeden is the president of Routt County Habitat for Humanity and a member of the Routt County Pro-Bono Legal Clinic. He also is an adjunct professor at Colorado Mountain College.
Call the Steamboat office at 970-879-8616 or the Denver office at 303-623-8616.
Chaos Headwear proud of local athlete Paley
Growing local company Chaos Headwear is a sponsor and headware supplier for local young athlete Lorin Paley, who won second place in the sprint classic race Feb. 21 at the Telemark World Cup at Howelsen Hill.
“We are honored to have her on our team — she is a remarkable young woman and athlete,” Gary Supple, U.S. sales director for Chaos, said in a news release.
Chaos was a sponsor of the World Cup event, which began last weekend in Steamboat Springs and concludes today at Keystone.