A Denver couple created Topper Tent, which can be attached to the open backend of Toyota Tacoma and Chevy Colorado trucks.
The Dyrt, which launched in 2015, has crowd-sourced more than 4 million photos, reviews and tips of 44,000 campgrounds around the country.
“Our biggest problem at Civic Center Park wasn’t the homeless; it was the drug dealing,” said a spokeswoman for the city’s Department of Parks and Recreation.
An opposing ballot question backed by the developer that owns the former golf course was rejected by Denver voters.
CLMBR, which sells an 8-foot-tall vertical climbing machine, will move from its current 8,000-square-foot office into 20,000 square feet next door.
“Anyone who enjoys a hammock will have a better experience in a TreePod,” said founder Ricardo Bottome.
Sales spiked earlier this year when some country clubs disallowed golf carts due to the pandemic.
Swimply had 14 residential pools in the Denver metro area on its app Monday, including two inside city limits. But it’s a zoning violation in Denver.
The company’s longtime CEO Rob Katz is planning to step down and will be replaced by Vail chief marketing officer Kirsten Lynch.
Former Elitch Gardens entertainment manager Eric Guetterman makes a living turning regular bicycles into e-bikes at his Tennyson Street home.