Demand from gluten-craving walk-up customers during the pandemic has been so strong that the majority of Grateful Bread’s baked goods no longer go to restaurants.
Blinker’s digital technology helps used-car shoppers buy their vehicles from a distance, a practice that’s gaining popularity during the pandemic.
“I was running a yoga retreat company, and we were selling out retreats. And there wasn’t a place submersed in nature where we could gather all together,” said one of the co-founders.
The tracked vehicles are designed to traverse through snow, but make social distancing for guests inside inherently difficult.
Due to the pandemic, the 10th Mountain Division Hut Association is requiring a single party to book its properties.
“The money for the PPP loan ran out two payrolls ago,” said owner Todd Belanger. “It was enough to get me into Halloween, only because I laid everybody off except for two people.”
Grateful Bread’s biggest account prior to the pandemic was the Pepsi Center. But retail sales picked up because people wanted to eat bread during the lockdown.
Sales spiked earlier this year when some country clubs disallowed golf carts due to the pandemic.
The pandemic didn’t kill an entrepreneur’s dream to make and sell beer, but his wife said she’ll kill him if he tries to distribute.
Denver has contracts with car-sharing firms to let travelers earn money instead of paying parking fees.