The company is based in San Francisco, but has had an office in Denver since 2015.
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Another brewery is closing its taps this month.
AKT franchisee: “The residents there are on the forefront of fitness.”
Native Campervans co-founder: “This will expand our fall and winter seasons.”
The flat-fee brokerage has now raised more than $10 million, according to SEC filings.
The company said its Revved Carbon Technology means the ultralight bikes are cheaper and more impact-resistant. And it’s making them in Denver.
MyStrength CEO: “The vision of combining the two companies is to offer a true whole health solution.”
Seattle-based The Riveter expects to open locally by mid-2019, although a spokeswoman said the company has yet to sign a lease.
“Everybody wants to wear Lululemon,” said Carolina Way, who hopes to convert some to her local alternative.
“We started at the Tabor Center, and we’re basically radiating out from that area,” a Gusto spokesman said.