Title: Director and Owner
Company: Canyon Madness Ranch
Location: Centennial, Colorado, United States
Dennis Law, director and Owner at Canyon Madness Ranch, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in luxury hospitality.
Since 2016, Dr. Law has prospered as director and owner of Canyon Madness Ranch in Solano, New Mexico, an exclusive recreational ranch offering a variety of equestrian activities, sports shooting, archery, hiking, river kayaking, fishing, ATV rides and rock climbing, set between the picturesque Canadian River Canyon and the Enciero Canyon. The main house, known as the Teepee Lodge, is brand was designed by Mexican architect Alejandro Uribe, who is known for luxury and resort residences in Cabo San Lucas with balconies that are cantilevered over the edge of the Canadian River 800 feet below.
In 1973, Dr. Law obtained a Doctor of Medicine from Penn Medicine, University of Pennsylvania Health System. He excelled as a clinical professor for a medical school for three years, as a thoracic surgeon with Law & Rosenberger Surgical Associates from 1978 to 2000 and a published researcher in the field of surgery and surgical nutrition. Moreover, he held an academic appointment as associate clinical professor of surgery at the University of Colorado School of Medicine.
Besides flourishing as a Broadway musical theater producer and director from 1977 to 2008, in 1996 Dr. Law also became a producer of big-budget action films and musicals such as “Warriors of Virtue,” “Of Heaven and Earth,” “Terracotta Warriors,” and “Heartbeat Hawaii” that gained wide distribution in the United States and China.
Dr. Law was inspired to the medical profession and drawn to entrepreneurship because of his father’s legacy. He lived in Hong Kong until he was 18 years old, and so he was a first-generation immigrant. His father was brought up as a son of a Lutheran minister in China and was poverty-stricken. Despite that, he was able to rise to success and even became the biggest manufacturer of Star Wars toys. As the eldest son, Dr. Law was the one who led the way for his younger siblings to follow in the footsteps of medicine. One became a cardiologist, the other a plastic surgeon, while the youngest one is an orthopedic surgeon.
Dr. Law’s goal in the coming years is to leave a legacy with his Canyon Madness Ranch. He would like to make the ranch a hospitality business like no other. He intends for his next big project to be a website to be called America Translated. It would allow Chinese immigrants, Spanish-speaking immigrants, and others to learn the foundations of America’s freedom and prosperity based on the Declaration of Independence, constitutional documents, and historical debates translated into various languages so that all immigrants can read the highlights of American founding principles in their own dialect.
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