Business briefs: Former NFL player joins leading brain-imaging company
Steamboat Springs — Steamboat Springs resident and former NFL coach Tim Krumrie has joined CereScan, a leading brain-imaging company that specializes in the detection of traumatic brain injuries.
In his role at CereScan, Krumrie will help raise awareness about the capability of locating and measuring chronic damage from concussions.
“I’m really excited about joining the CereScan team,” Krumrie said in a press release. “My passion is to help others through my own experiences and to support my new teammates in their mission to help anyone suffering from chronic brain injuries.”
Krumrie played for the Cincinnati Bengals.
He also has coached football in Steamboat.
“We are very honored to have Tim join our team of professionals,” said John Kelley, CereScan’s CEO. “His experience as both a player and a coach allows him to speak authentically to fellow athletes and military personnel. He is an extremely well-respected person in professional and collegiate athletics and will greatly enhance CereScan’s efforts to raise awareness about brain injuries and new developments that hold great promise for these types of disorders.”
New associate joins Colorado Group Realty
Kara Mann has joined the Colorado Group Realty team. She is the newest associate, which includes a group of more than 60 owners and associates.
Mann has spent years in the business industry handling marketing, training and communications for a quick, casual restaurant company. Later in her career, she utilized her online social marketing knowledge to assist book publishers with their needs.
Mann is a graduate of CU Boulder with a degree in psychology and business. The mountains were calling her from a young age, as she used to spend a lot of time with her family in the mountains growing up. Life brought her, her husband and their two children to Steamboat.
“We feel so fortunate to call Steamboat home and plan to do so forever,” Mann said.
“We are excited to have Kara join Colorado Group Realty. She brings enthusiasm, professionalism and knowledge that will help benefit the company and her clients as she begins her journey with Colorado Group Realty. This type of addition to the company is what makes Colorado Group so successful,” said Eliese Pivarnik, broker/owner.
Steamboat Grand hires new chef
Ariel Robey has been named executive chef of the Steamboat Grand Hotel.
Robey will oversee the culinary direction for the restaurants at the hotel, which include The Cabin, the Grand Café and the Poolside Bistro.
Robey will also oversee conference and banquet and in-room dining.
“I couldn’t think of a more qualified individual for this position than Ariel, and am excited about the enthusiasm and direction he will bring to the hotel in his new position,” Mike Lomas, vice president and general manager of the Steamboat Grand, said in a news release. “Having worked at the Steamboat Ski Resort for several years, he not only knows firsthand what it takes to run a first-class culinary operation, but also brings a wealth of knowledge and exciting ideas with him.”
Robey has served as chef de cuisine at Hazie’s for the past two years.
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