Business File for April 22 |

Business File for April 22

— SmartWool restructures marketing roles

SmartWool, based in Steamboat Springs, has restructured its marketing department and with it, the roles of two key employees.

SmartWool President Mark Bryden has named Carol Davidson to be the new creative director and promoted Gardner Flanigan to the position of marketing director.

Davidson moves from the role of marketing director to one in which she will lead global creative strategy and execution of the SmartWool brand. Her responsibilities include brand vision, visual merchandising, creative management, advertising and collateral.

Flanigan, who has worked with the company for almost a decade, was most recently communications manager. In his new role, he will lead global planning and strategy for marketing the SmartWool brand. His roles include retail, trade, public relations and field marketing. He joins the management team at SmartWool.

He and Davidson will report to Bryden.

Feldmann chosen Colorado ‘super lawyer’

Attorney Charles Feldmann of Feldmann, Nagel and Associates in Steamboat Springs was chosen to be among Colorado’s top attorneys as recognized by Colorado Super Lawyers magazine.

The recognition is based on surveys of 13,000 attorneys in the state conducted independently by Law and Politics. The intent is to recognize the top 5 percent of attorneys in the state in 60 practice areas.

Feldmann focuses his practice in courtroom litigation with strengths in federal and state civil litigation, criminal defense, domestic and family-related cases, construction litigation and hunting and outfitter violations.

Broker joins Colorado Group Realty

Adam Bleesz has recently joined Colorado Group Realty as a broker associate. He was born and raised in Maryland. Adam has lived in Colorado since 2000. He enjoys the mountain-town lifestyle and likes sharing that with his clients. Adam’s office is at 509 Lincoln Ave. He can be reached at or 870-8800.

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