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Gain-Stovall, Inc.

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Bob has a rich and varied resume, but the common thread has been analysis and communications. He is a Vietnam era Army veteran who entered law school upon his discharge. He spent the next 18 years practicing law in Colorado and New Mexico with an emphasis on real estate, business and natural resources. While he took down the shingle and became a recovering lawyer, he continued to use much of the intellectual training he had acquired by becoming a political and legislative analyst and radio broadcaster. For a bit of fun on the side he also managed a rodeo arena, handling the marketing and rentals to everything from circuses to bullfights and demolition derbies. He returned to the public and government affairs arena, working for both a natural resource company and a local government before retiring to join GSI.
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Bob Stovall is the President and CEO of Gain-Stovall, Inc.
Bob grew up in Denver, where he graduated from high school - what is now Kent-Denver. He graduated with a degree in International Relations from Lehigh University.
Upon graduation from Officer Candidate School in Fort Belvoir, Virginia, Bob was commissioned as a second lieutenant in the United States Army. After completing advanced training as an Army Security Agency officer, Bob was a tactical unit commander of an ASA unit with the 5th Army in Europe.
After his honorable discharge, Bob returned to Denver and earned his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Denver. He practiced law in Eastern Colorado for several years before moving to New Mexico, first to Farmington then to Santa Fe, where he continued in the legal field specializing in municipal and oil and gas law. Then he decided it was time to hang up the shingle and have some fun.
Describing himself as a "recovering attorney," Bob took on a variety of roles - everything from rodeo grounds manager and marketing director; to legislative analyst and talk radio host to columnist and professional photographer. Running the rodeo grounds exposed Bob to travelling circuses, bull fights, demolition derbies and rodeo cowboys. His radio career created the opportunity to meet and interview a wide-range of political leaders, entertainment and arts personalities and lots of local folks who were doing interesting things
Bob and Rosanne moved to Colorado Springs in 1997 when he took a newly created position as marketing and development manager at the ProRodeo Hall of Fame. From there, he took a temporary job in the Government and Public Affairs Department of Colorado Interstate Gas. It returned Bob to the fields of politics and community and media relations performing many functions including leading helicopter tours of pipeline construction in Wyoming and buying prize winning 4-H and FFA livestock at county fairs.
In 2008, Bob retired from the City of Colorado Springs after eight years as Intergovernmental and Military Liaison. In that capacity Bob managed the lobbying activities at the state and federal level. He also was a main point of contact between the City and the regional military installations.

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