B. Kelley, bourbon drinker, developer
Well, now the Wall Street Journal has written about Kelley, revealing a few tidbits that might help anyone who cares understand Kelley a bit more.
For example, the Journal reported that Kelley makes his own bourbon, sometimes wears a kilt and doesn’t smoke.
“I never defended it,” Kelley told the newspaper in speaking about his days as a cigarette baron. “Hopefully it will be phased out of society.”
The Journal described Kelley “a shrewd businessman who avoids the limelight.”
Well, that was already pretty clear to a lot of Northern Coloradoans.
Kelley has been very quiet about his dealings in Loveland. Efforts by his company, Cumberland & Western Resources, to develop the old campus into a technology center have yet to lift off.
Cumberland & Western paid $5 million in cash for the property nearly a year ago. Shortly afterward, the Colorado Association for Manufacturing and Technology decided to withdraw its Aerospace and Clean
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