Did you hear?... Denver Post story on Chaco Sandals is worth a look

A June 6 Denver Post story on Chaco Sandals and the success founder Mark Paigen currently enjoys is worth a peek.
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A June 6 Denver Post story on Chaco Sandals and the success founder Mark Paigen currently enjoys is worth a peek. " Today, 13 years after creating Chaco Sandals, (Mark) Paigen employs 107 people who make 250,000 sandals a year, which are sold in more than 100 shops in six countries. Last year, he doled out more than $2 million in annual salaries to his employees, making him one of the largest non-governmental employers in Paonia, where Chaco's shiny new factory ships to specialty outdoor shops," the article says. For more, click here.

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