Guide for relocation to Steamboat Springs, CO

5 Minutes With…. Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association CEO Kara Stoller

5 Minutes With…. Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association CEO Kara Stoller

Nov 1, 2017

The Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association’s new CEO, Kara Stoller, is no stranger to town, moving here more than a decade ago to begin her career at the chamber. A member of Ski Town Rotary and Northwest Colorado Broadband Board, and serving as the Parks and Recreation Commissioner from 2011-2015, she’s now happily raising a family here while enjoying...

The Ski Locker: A new co-working space downtown

The Ski Locker: A new co-working space downtown

Nov 1, 2017

Location-neutral workers in Steamboat now have a new place to hang their ski hats: The Ski Locker, at 741 Lincoln Ave. The downtown workplace isn’t your typical work environment. There are no cubicles or receptionists. Instead, there’s storage for skis and bikes, a view of Howelsen Hill and open work spaces that encourage mingling and collaboration....

Steamboat Ski Area Sold!

Steamboat Ski Area Sold!

Nov 1, 2017

A new era for the Steamboat Ski & Resort Corp. started Aug. 1, 2017, with the closing of its sale, along with former parent company Intrawest and California’s Mammoth Resort, to a new entity formed by ski industry leaders KSL and Henry Crown & Company. Henry Crown & Company is a 100-year-old firm that merged into General Dynamics, whose assets...

Spotlight: Deer Park Road Corp.

Spotlight: Deer Park Road Corp.

Nov 1, 2017

Steamboat’s newest, high-tech office building — an 8,100-square-foot marvel complete with ski locker, exercise room, indoor/outdoor kitchen, and conference room with NANA wall door system leading to a fourth-floor deck overlooking Mount Werner — is home to Deer Park Road Corp., a location-neutral investment firm with funds ranking in Barron’s Top 100....

5 Minutes With…Smartwool President Travis Campbell

5 Minutes With…Smartwool President Travis Campbell

Nov 1, 2017

When Smartwool’s new president, Travis Campbell, 45, found out he was moving to Steamboat Springs in summer 2017 to head the industry’s leading merino wool apparel brand, like any new arrival he started doing some research. We caught up with him for his take on moving to Steamboat with his wife, Jenny, and children Samantha, 13, and Cole.  Move To: What...