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“I found myself daydreaming more about launching Thompson Growth Partners than about the 99th iteration of a salvation plan for Punch Bowl.” — Robert Thompson
The Westminster club, which opened in the 1970s, was sold by the members last week to a golf course operator with a 20-course portfolio.
Cole Chandler, a nonprofit director working with the city, said he hopes to find three more locations, each for 50 tents and 60 people.
“We are aware of the costs, and I wish it would have been simpler or easier,” countered receiver Harvey Sender.
This summer, American tourists have replaced international ones, who used to account for 25 percent of the company’s business.
The company, which had 20 locations that went dark in March, predicts business won’t get back to prepandemic levels for three years.
“They’ll be walking with the group and then run out in front, spotting balls, repairing ball marks, replacing divots.” – Ed Mate, CEO, Colorado Golf Association
“I just wake up in a pool of sweat. It’s terrifying,” said Amy Hyman. “I don’t sleep at night.”
The bookseller has been at the corner of Wynkoop and 16th streets since 1994.