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Who created the Burton logo?

Jake Burton Carpenter
The original mountain logo was the product of a design contest that our founder, Jake Burton Carpenter, held among his friends and family while starting the company back in the late 70s.

Who is Burton?

Burton Snowboards Inc. Burton Snowboards is a private snowboard-manufacturing company that was founded by Jake Burton Carpenter in 1977. The company specializes in products aimed at snowboarders, such as snowboards, bindings, boots, outerwear, and accessories.

When was Burton started?

December 1, 1977, Londonderry, Vermont, United States
Burton Snowboards/Founded

Where is Burton based?

While Burton’s headquarters are in Vermont, we are a global organization with offices in Australia, Austria, Canada, California, China and Japan.

Is Burton an American company?

Privately held and owned by Jake and his wife, Burton President Donna Carpenter, Burtons headquarters are in Burlington, Vermont with offices in Austria, Japan, Australia and California.

Where was Burton invented?

Londonderry, Vermont
He quit his job and moved to Londonderry, Vermont, where he started making ‘Burton Boards’ in a barn where he served as caretaker. By night, he bartended at the Birkenhaus Inn. By day, he built makeshift snowboard prototypes and tested them on the back hills of southern Vermont.

What is the English meaning of Burton?

Meaning of burton in English spoiled or lost: That’s our quiet evening in gone for a burton.

What is the history of Burton?

The company was founded by Sir Montague Maurice Burton in Chesterfield in 1903 under the name of The Cross-Tailoring Company. It was first listed on the London Stock Exchange in 1929 by which time it had 400 stores, factories and mills.

How much does the CEO of Burton make?

Burton M. Goldfield

CEO Name CEO Pay Median Employee Pay
Burton M. Goldfield CEO Pay $9,384,212 Median Employee Pay $110,860

Who is the owner of Burton?

Donna Carpenter
As a sustainability leader within the outdoor and winter sports industries, Burton is the world’s first snowboard company to become a certified B Corporation®. Privately held and owned by Donna Carpenter, Burton’s headquarters are in Burlington, Vermont with offices in Austria, Japan, Australia, Canada and China.

What happened Montague Burton?

He died while speaking after a dinner in Leeds on 21 September 1952. The funeral was at the Harrogate Synagogue (some sources say Chapeltown) and he was interred at Gildersome. However, he and his wife were reinterred in 1964 at Stonefall Jewish cemetery, Harrogate, the first to be buried there.