Around Town: Prim Clients Give Back

The residents of Colorado continue to support one another in the most generous and creative ways. At Prim we’re honored to work with thoughtful clients who take it upon themselves to give back. After the tragedies in Colorado as of late, these businesses offered generosity and took initiative to help their neighbors heal.

Employees of Sol Tribe Fund

Tragedy struck South Broadway when a gunman opened fire a few doors down from The Hornet at Sol Tribe tattoo shop. The restaurant sprang into action and hosted a fundraiser for the shooting victims. Together with their guests, The Hornet raised and donated $10K.

Marshall Wildlife Relief

Music has the power to help those heal and Dana V Music School is helping their community of Boulder County by offering free use of practice space and lending out keyboards at no charge to those who lost their usual practice space or are looking for an escape.

The Aurora Highlands has made a donation to hospital workers who stayed through the fire to keep their patients safe and lost their homes in the Marshall Fire.

Wynkoop Brewing Company has brewed a special beer that is now available at the brewpub along with sister restaurants Ale House Denver and both Cherry Cricket locations. Pints are available for $8 with 100% of the proceeds going to benefit those affected by the Marshall Fire. The Breckenridge-Wynkoop Restaurant Group will also match funds raised to amplify the donation.

With their recent opening in Greenwood Village, and as part of their larger mission to Stand for Something Good®, Shake Shack has donated 100% of net proceeds of all Shake sales from January 21-23 to the Community Foundation Boulder County from all Colorado Shacks (excluding Denver International Airport).

In recognition of the community in need, each of Floyd’s 99 Barbershop’s 31 Colorado locations has collected donations for the Boulder County Wildfire Fund from January 10th through 16th. Floyd’s matched all donations up to $20,000 and 100% of donations collected have gone directly to those impacted by the wildfires in Boulder County.

Kitchen One for One

Tamayo raised $500 for Kitchen One for One, a non-profit food truck that aims to provide restaurant quality food for people experiencing homelessness and food insecurity, from the sales of their Camarones Al Chipotle dish during the month of December.

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