Edward D. Jones & Co., L.P.
Scott Brown moved to Telluride in the summer of 1971 from Kansas via Aspen. He founded the Telluride Arts and Crafts Guild that summer, which in 1973 merged with the Telluride Council for the Arts and Humanities (TCAH) when it was chartered.
As a born organizer, Scott played key roles in saving the Telluride 4 th of July Celebration and founding the Telluride Bluegrass Festival, Telluride Chamber Music Festival, Telluride Film Festival, Telluride Tech Festival, Telluride New Year’s Celebration and for numerous years was the Chairman of Mountainfilm in Telluride.
Through the years, Scott and his wife, Karen, have owned a stained glass studio,The Forgotten Works, a commercial glass company, Telluride Glass Company, a construction and development company, Pick and Gad Construction and Development, The Bank of Telluride and Montrose County Bank, publishing, The Telluride Times Newspaper and were the founders and publishers of The Telluride Magazine.
In 1992, Scott launched his career in real estate and founded Mason & Morse/Brown Real Estate with Aspen's largest and oldest real estate company. Subsequently, Scott owned Southwest Realty Group which evolved into Scott Brown Realty, Inc.
Business Type: Investment