Local Love: Celebrating our Favorite Small Businesses in Denver


At P2Bi, we’re all about celebrating and empowering entrepreneurship. Small Business Saturday is one of our favorite days of the year because it serves as a reminder to support the local business owners who bring value and jobs into our communities.


In Denver, Colorado, we have a rich culture of entrepreneurship and many local businesses that deserve a little celebration. We asked P2Binvestor employees to tell us some of their favorite mom and pop shops and compiled this list of awesome local businesses to support in the 5280 this Saturday.

alysha headshot p2binvestor small business saturday
I love my Lagree Fitness studio, Fierce45!  They foster such a great community of healthy-minded people…and holy moly, the workout kicks my butt every time!

– Alysha, VP of Finance

 

angela

 

Olde Crone’s Bewitching Bath Soap makes incredible bath soaps. The owner doesn’t have a storefront yet, but you can find her products online and at farmer’ markets. When I first moved to CO my skin was really dry, and the only thing that made it better was switching to her soap. She also has a separate skin care line called Straight Up Skin Care that I haven’t tried yet, but I hear it’s great!

-Angela, Software Engineer

assael

 

I’m a big fan of PB Love CO. They make artisan peanut and almond butter that is really tasty. It’s all-natural, stone ground, and  really delicious. You can get the traditional creamy and crunchy versions, but I recommend the cinnamon almond.

– Assael Ramirez, Junior Credit Analyst

 

jordan

BookBar is my favorite hangout in Denver. They have a great book selection, a cozy atmosphere, and most importantly, wine. It’s the perfect place to relax and unwind after work. I also love my climbing gym, Movement. It’s a great place to meet new people and break a sweat. Plus, they have lots of great member events going on all the time.

–  Jordan, Senior Marketing Manager

 

kayla 

I love Craftsy. They have an awesome online community for crafters where you can purchase all the supplies you need. The site also has great content to help you learn anything from baking to knitting.

– Kayla, HR Representative

 

liz

 

Fifty-Two 80’s is a really fun vintage shop filled with great clothes, toys, collectibles, and 80’s memorabilia. Shopping there is a really unique experience. Where else can you play Atari while you browse?  It’s a total blast from the past.

– Liz Lindow, Client Success Manager

 

 

Have another favorite shop in Denver you’d like to share? Leave a comment in the section below. Enjoy shopping this Small Business Saturday!

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