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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.

Marc Azoulay

Looking back, my story adds up – lonely, nerdy kid goes to college, destroy himself with drugs and alcohol – recovers then becomes a therapist and lives happily ever after – saving the world one client at a time. You hear it all the time in the AA rooms. It’s tempting to use my history to reiterate the wounded healer archetype. Read more>>

Monica Burton

Growing up my mom was always cross-stitching. She used to take her pieces of artwork with her everywhere. While waiting for my sister and I to finish up our dance lessons, she would be sitting there, watching us and cross-stitching. She would cross-stitch during our piano lessons. Read more>>

Brooke Sarmiento

I wanted to take a second to reintroduce BEE-OCH and how it began 🐝 My name is Brooke and I handcraft USDA Organic Certified Skin, Personal Care, and CBD Products. My story began in college as a pre-med student after walking into my (male) professors’ office (I was five months preggers at the time). Read more>>

Jill Kristin Berkana

I started my massage therapy practice in 1990 while attending the Boulder College of Massage Therapy. From there I had a phenomenal private practice until 2005 providing over 20,000 massages. While in practice I had the unusual opportunity to work at a resort deep in the rainforest of Belize. Read more>>

Sarah Welle and Dulcie Wilcox

Dulcie, one of our co-founders, needed to send a gift to someone, I think it was sometime in 2012. She wanted it to be high quality and unique, but it also needed to have wide appeal because it was for one of those people that “has everything”. She searched around for a Colorado gift. Read more>>

Devin Quince and Heidi Quince

As customers, we found Simply Bulk on 2010 right after it opened and we fell in love with the concept, as it fits our values and lifestyle of zero waste and reducing our impact on the planet. Over the next few years, Heidi would help Phil, the former owner out now and then, so we were familiar with how the business worked. Read more>>

Andy (ANDO) Eppler

I grew up in Lubbock, Texas. It’s a hard place full of hard land and hard people. It was a perfect training ground for a free spirit like myself to learn how to stand up to a culture that wanted me to mute my heart and fall in line. I was a very prolific artist and by the time I was 13 I had learned to record my own songs. Read more>>

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