That the Mojica girls turned to Kickstarter is no surprise. Their father Mike has done four campaigns through the site for his survival gear startup.
The company has raised $70 million since it was launched in 2011, including $30 million in December, the most recent effort.
Seattle-based Loftium, which said one-third of its 600 properties are in Denver, is negotiating to reduce lease payments to landlords.
The company, previously known as Denver Date Nite, says it has planned more than 2,000 dates in the last year.
The company has two locations in Denver. “I think that this is going to give our community the opportunity to take a breath,” co-owner Grant Barnhill said.
Denver-based PlasticScore launched Wednesday, two days after the city’s restaurants were ordered to go delivery- and takeout-only.
“Coronavirus obviously had a big impact on anyone and anything on college campuses,” CEO Alex Kronman said. “Our business is college campuses.”
Ceria Brewing Co. started selling non-alcoholic beer infused with THC and CBD. It’s since started selling the beverages without either.
Startups across the state raised $179.4 million.
Rocky Mountain Foods manufactures nuts, trail mix, dried fruit and chips.