“What we’ve emphasized is empathy among our management team is critical,” said David Zucker, CEO of Zocalo Community Development.
“I think we’re going pretty deep into a recession and I think it’s going to be drawn out, unfortunately,” BMC Investments CEO Matt Joblon said.
“Our tasting rooms were about 25 percent of our total revenue … that’s our best margins and that’s definitely painful,” said Michelle Reding, co-owner of Aurora’s Dry Dock Brewing.
At Stanley Marketplace, “We’re looking into putting a football-size tent out in our open field and spacing out hundreds of tables to basically create one large social distance restaurant.”
The business, which closed amidst the pandemic, won’t reopen. “I reinvented The Market every five years for 37 years, and I just wasn’t ready to reinvent myself again.”
“We hope you guys get as much of a kick out of it as we have making it,” said co-founder Jens Nicolaysen, who recommends the “ball hammock briefs” for men.
Through Wednesday, most courses were allowing only walking and placed some form of a plug in the cup so the ball could be tapped away.
The single-family homes start in the $500,000s for approximately 2,200 square feet.
Sports news site DNVR expects to do more than $1 million in revenue this year, and is closing an investment round led by a former Altitude Sports and Entertainment CEO.
For its first push into the high country, the company hopes to put a fresh twist on a mountain classic: The humble A-frame.