It’s been a banner year for Colorado sports, and a local artist hopes a winning 2016 will make for a profitable 2017.
Sports and Recreation
As the snow guns fired up at Keystone over the last few weeks, the Summit County resort’s owners were tying up a seven-figure hotel sale.
The ski-maker will set up a new production facility, showroom and tuning shop in the city after finding sparse job demand in Glenwood Springs.
Now that Major League Baseball is officially in the offseason, it’s time for Denverite Matthew Repplinger to start hounding general managers and stadium operators to sign up for his baseball yoga programs.
For one Denver longboard manufacturer, Ruby Hill is the new RiNo.
After cracking four pairs of skis trying to perfect an insole for aching feet, a Steamboat Springs entrepreneur took it upon himself to reboot a long dormant ski brand.
Building on 20 percent growth for each of the last five years, a Denver ski manufacturer has sealed more than $2 million from investors.
A snowboard brand is moving down from the Vail Valley in hopes of growing its business in Denver.
The Echo Mountain Resort – operating under bankruptcy protection since February – sold last week to a DU alumnus and son of a wealthy Minnesota business magnate.
The Y hopes to raise $3 million toward redesigned locker rooms, spiffing up the gymnasium and indoor track, and reconfiguring the lobby and basement.