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Inspiring Stories from Longmont

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 Longmont’s rising stars below.

Ron Klein

Mountain Goat Products and the Mountain Goat Ski Tote was born deep in the San Juan Mountains of Telluride, Colorado. Our Ski Tote product was designed and developed to meet a simple unmet need; a lightweight, compact and efficient way to carry your skis without having to throw them over your shoulder, or however, you choose to do it! Those long walks from the condo, or parking lot to the lift, or while taking on “hike-to” terrain. Read more>>

Brittany Foust

Body N Soul began as a dream to establish an equine facility where both horses and their people are treated as equals on their own journeys. This was the result of childhood experiences of three sisters from a small rural town in Northern Virginia. Early on in our lives, we recognized that horses were magical. As children, we experienced first hand the healing properties that interacting with horses inspired. The experiences of riding, training, and working with our own horses taught us responsibility. Read more>>

Cynthia Hogan

Nowhere ever really seemed like “home” until moving to Colorado in 2014. On my first day here, I had a complete euphoric mountain moment and I knew this was it. I grew up in Alaska so showing state pride was a natural thing. After not being able to find quite what I was looking for I started dreaming up my own line. I was craving something feminine and flattering. It seemed at the time everything I could find was super fitted or extra boxy. Read more>>

Zac Flynn

Eminence Ensemble was born while the four original members, Tanner Bardinon on drums, Justin Neely on guitar, Nicholas Baum on percussion, and myself on bass, were studying at the University of Colorado in Boulder back in 2009. The four of us had actually grown up together in Summit County, and we all ended up in Boulder during our college years. Read more>>

Jennifer Clark

Starting life in a small town in Oklahoma brought a perfect storm of adventure and exploration to the life of this photographer. Left to discover the world on her own whims, she was prone to finding projects. One day, she found an old Pentax with a broken lens. Jennifer managed to finagle a lens and repair it herself, and a life-long photographer was born. Read more>>

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