A break dancer is stepping up efforts to push his online store, which sells apparel and gear for dancing, into a full-time gig.
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A longtime Western-style retailer has launched limited-edition shirt line to coincide with the Avett Brothers’ upcoming Red Rocks concert.
The owner of a Cherry Creek children’s boutique is moving to a bigger store and adding a new shop around the corner that will sell books and toys.
A locally based hockey and lacrosse gear retailer is being sold to another company, and the combined businesses will have 32 locations across the U.S.
A 3-year-old company that has built its business on car safety for toddlers is rolling out a new seat belt to protect children before they’re born.
Continuing its relentless fight against copycats, the shoe brand has filed lawsuits against two companies over their alleged “Croc-offs”
Denver clothing designer Jiberish is jumping across town to a bigger store and warehouse. And the company plans to add limited-edition sneakers from six brands in hopes of drawing a more diverse customer base.
Longtime Western apparel brand Rockmount has landed a deal to sell in The Broadmoor resort as the LoDo brand continues its international expansion.
A pasta sauce maker is tossing more salad dressing into the mix with an arrangement to stock fridges in 145 regional grocery stores.
Two custom furniture designers who have outfitted several Denver restaurants are taking a seat at the owners’ table at an upcoming eatery, while expanding their own company with a new line.