As with most good things, it all started over beers after a bike ride.
The resort announced in February it would bail on the Epic Pass. Now, it says no pass but its own will give users more than seven days of access.
Carrie Dorr, who sold the chain in 2012, has run Life Smart as a website for years. But now, she’s returning to the brick-and-mortar world.
The company has only one brick-and-mortar store, although others are planned in Chicago and Charleston, South Carolina.
The chain now has nine locations, including one next to the studio that just closed that offers cycling and HIIT classes.
Vital Outdoors fills a space that had been empty since 2017.
Go Fast has been around since 2001. “We survived all the big boys like Red Bull and Monster and Rockstar,” an exec says.
Rhythm Revolution will be one of two anchor fitness tenants in food-hall-inspired Nurture.
The new line of jackets aims to improve on those the company first released in 2015.
“In the next few years, I think we could have a strong network of locals, in the same way that Lyft and Uber have their huge networks of drivers,” Alex Fletcher said.