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Our Staff

The staff at 50 Plus Marketplace News produces multiple products in print, online, video advertising, and associated packages. Our staff includes personnel from our main office besides our product consultants located throughout Central and Northern Colorado. If you have questions about our different operations, please contact the appropriate person listed below. Thank you for visiting our website!

50 Plus Staff

50 Plus Staff

Robert Trembly II, CEO/Publisher:

Robert Trembly IIRobert Trembly is the publisher of 50 Plus Marketplace News and CEO of 50 Plus Media Solutions, Inc. He attended the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque. Robert came to Boulder in 1962 and managed The Lamp Post Restaurant. During this time, he attended the University of Colorado, where he studied Finance and Marketing and graduated with honors in 1970.

Robert joined AC Nielsen and Company in New York City as an administrative trainee and proceeded to Executive Vice President, Client Service in the publishing division. He had responsibility for publications throughout the United States and oversight for operations in Ireland. In 1989, Robert retired and became a professional Volunteer, Senior Advocate, Bridge Player and Ballroom Dancer.

Robert soon decided that retirement was too challenging and started Seniors Marketplace News, Inc (now 50 Plus Market Place News). This popular senior newspaper has become the largest 50 Plus resource with four editions in 16 Front Range Colorado counties. He works with many national trade show organizers, B2B customers, and advertising agencies on advertising solutions, and provides sales, marketing, and administrative support for his organization.

Robert is a member of the Better Business Bureau in Denver/Boulder and Northern Colorado chapters, Colorado Press Association, Northern Colorado Business Report, and Fort Collins Chamber of Commerce. He also volunteers on several committees for different organizations in the Denver and Boulder Metro areas.

Contact Robert at Email Robert

Michael Gumb, Chief Financial Officer:

Mic GumbMichael (Mic) Gumb received his Bachelor’s in Accounting from the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley and his Master’s in Accounting from Colorado State University in Fort Colins. Mic worked previously as Controller and CFO for National Hirscfield and CFO for Armada Cable. He is owner of his own Certified Public Accountant company in Denver.

As a seasoned and accomplished financial leader Mic serves as our Chief financial Officer. With over 20 years experience in mitigating risk, ensuring regulatory compliance, and excelling within rapidly changing environments, he has a passion for building lasting business relationships and improving communication across company lines.

Mic joined 50 Plus Marketplace News in 1996 and provides executive financial support for the 50 Plus organization as needed.
Mic also operates his own CPA firm in Denver.
Contact Mic at Email Mic

Bob Larson, Marketing Director and Media Consultant:

Bob LarsonRobert (Bob) Larson has multiple degrees in engineering, marketing, and management. Bob received his Bachelor’s in Marketing degree from National University in San Diego and an Executive MBA degree from Pepperdine University in Los Angeles.

Bob worked for Motorola Inc. for 28 years as a system engineer, consulting engineer, sales management, marketing management, and business development. He took early retirement in 2001. He started his own manufacturing company in various consumer products for five years.

Bob joined 50 Plus Marketplace News as a product consultant in 2010, where he worked with advertisers in Fort Collins and the surrounding area on finding the right advertising solution and developing their advertising campaign for our newspaper.

As Marketing Director, Bob is responsible for creating new advertising solutions for the B2B and B2C markets throughout Northern Colorado, provides support and training for the product consultants, and manages our video production and websites. As a media consultant, Bob works with corporate customers across the U.S. in providing advertising solutions. He additionally writes a technology column and other articles for all four editions on a monthly basis.

Bob volunteers for the Elder Care Network of Northern Colorado (ECN) in Fort Collins as their web committee chair. He also volunteers as President of the Colorado Council of Genealogical Societies in Denver, and an instructor and library volunteer for Larimer County Genealogical Society in Fort Collins. He is a member of the Fort Collins Chamber of Commerce on behalf of 50 Plus Marketplace News.

Bob also operates his own technical marketing & consulting and video production company, Larson Capital Managment LLC in Fort Collins.

Contact Bob at Email Bob

Lynne Poole, Graphics Design & Production Manager:

Lynne PooleLynne Poole received her degree at Palm Beach State College. Lynne joined the 50 Plus team in 2007 as the graphics designer, production manager, and backup webmaster.

She is responsible for creating print and online ads and producing our four editions of 50 Plus Marketplace News each month. Lynne also creates our media kit and flyers for customers and trade shows.

In addition, she owns Impact Design Colorado in Longmont, which provides quality design services for businesses of all sizes at reasonable rates.

Contact Lynne at Email Lynne




Claire Hamilton, Webmaster:

Claire Hamilton is our webmaster for 50 Plus and customer websites including our Facebook page. She attended Colorado State University in Fort Collins, where she studied speech communications.

As webmaster, Claire is responsible for adding new webpages as needed, maintaining and updating our existing websites and Facebook page with new content on a weekly basis.

Her career includes being a former project manager at Red Rock Web Design and operates her own media company, Hamilton Communications in Windsor.

Contact Claire at Email Claire
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