DENVER (BRAIN) — Paul Craig, the co-founder and president of Rudy Project North America will be leaving the company to spend more time with his family and pursue several philanthropic interests.
Craig helped launch Rudy Project North America in 1998, spearheading the company’s Denver office. The company now sponsors tens of thousands of athletes, teams and organizations and recently won its eighth consecutive helmet count at the Kona Ironman World Championships.
“All good things come to an end,” said Craig. “I look forward to hanging out with my wife and three young kids, scuba diving my bucket list and promoting awareness of several causes I am passionate about. Launching Rudy in the U.S., Canada and Caribbean and seeing it grow over two decades into the premiere brand has been about as rewarding as it comes. I want to thank everyone who was integral to Rudy’s amazing success along the way and know that the team in place now is ready to take Rudy to the next level.”
Brad Shapiro, the company’s co-founder and principal, said, “We thank Paul for all his time and energy over the years. Everyone at Rudy wishes him well.”