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Inspiring Colorado Springs Stories

The heart of our mission at VoyageDenver is to find the amazing souls that breathe life into our city. In the recent weeks we’ve had the privilege to connect with some of Denver’s finest artists, creatives, entrepreneurs and rabble rousers and we can’t begin to express how impressed we are with our city’s incredibly deep talent pool. Check out Colorado Springs’s rising stars below.

Deer Hill Expeditions

In 1983 two elementary school teachers fell in love with each other and the powerful beauty of Southwest Colorado. They shared a dream to create a place and an experience for young people that would change them in deep and meaningful ways. Deer Hill was born. Read more>>

Elisabeth Erickson-Noe

In January of 2019, we decided to begin offering our family-raised beef directly to customers, providing complete traceability for each animal’s entire life and assurance on how and where they are raised. We began Mesa Beef at the request of family and friends. Read more>>

Megan Riviezzo

I think everyone has similar parts of their story, and ultimately when someone becomes successful it all comes down to one key factor. One day, they stopped making poor decisions. Some of my hard decisions included dropping out of high school. Read more>>

Dominic Nava

I started doing Video Production as early as 3rd grade. School News, I was Head Director. Kids back then didn’t reach Head Director till usually 5th grade, I was that in 3rd grade. In Middle School, I was more worried about girls, shoes, and baseball to pursue what I was meant to do. Read more>>

Daniel Benjamin Moorefield

When I was eight years old my father took me to an LA Lakers basketball game and put a 35mm camera in my hand. He had all the settings right and all I had to do was push the shutter button. I’ll never forget seeing the world through a viewfinder for the first time and from the point on I was hooked. Read more>>

Christine Clawley

This year marks my 11-year anniversary of surviving a major life-threatening illness. For about six months leading up to my close brush with death, I had reoccurring dreams that I was being strangled in my sleep. These dreams were incredibly vivid and felt very real. Read more>>

Josh Smith

I started Ovierre Industries after my son was born in hopes of spending more time with him while being able to work for myself doing something I love. The name “Ovierre” comes from a niece’s mispronunciation of my son’s name, Oliver. Now he’s known as Ovierre the Bear and is our business’s namesake. Read more>>

Tyler Cuchiara

Growing up, before I knew anything about music, I always wanted to build things. I’d take any piece of junk I could find and hope that I could build it into something that worked – something that moved. My journey with music has followed the same process. Read more>>

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