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Jamie Siebrase

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Seattle Fish Co.

By Jamie Siebrase | May 03, 2015

Food & Beverage

If it swims, they have it. President and CEO James Iacino reels in one of Colorado's largest supply chains to bring seriously fresh seafood to a landlocked region.

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COsewn

By Jamie Siebrase | Apr 26, 2015

Consumer & Lifestyle Industrial & Equipment

Owner Jessica Montoya's local cut-and-sew operation is changing the industry's image with fair wages and great working conditions, while remaining competitive with shops in New York and Los Angeles.

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Jackson’s Honest Chips

By Jamie Siebrase | Mar 30, 2015

Consumer & Lifestyle Food & Beverage

Co-founder Megan Reamer started making potato chips in her Crested Butte home to meet her ailing son's dietary needs. Today she battles Frito-Lay for shelf space and manages crisp growth.

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Big Chill

By Jamie Siebrase | Mar 29, 2015

Aerospace & Electronics Built Environment Consumer & Lifestyle Energy

Big Chill's responsibly made, cutting-edge appliances have consumers feeling red hot. President Orion Creamer has fostered styles ranging from retro to contemporary.

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Tender Belly

By Jamie Siebrase | Jan 31, 2015

Consumer & Lifestyle Food & Beverage

Quality raw materials are the prime ingredient for success in Erik and Shannon Duffy’s sizzling, small-scale food production business.

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KADYLUXE

By Jamie Siebrase | Jan 05, 2015

Consumer & Lifestyle

Former NBA dancer Kady Zinke has set out to upgrade women's activewear with a fashionable, dance-inspired line for professionals and aficionados alike.

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Rosy Rings

By Jamie Siebrase | Nov 17, 2014

Consumer & Lifestyle

President Shannon Cumberland began making hand-poured botanical candles in her kitchen with an old crockpot. Now her company manufactures upwards of 100,000 candles a year.

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Body Bark

By Jamie Siebrase | Nov 10, 2014

Consumer & Lifestyle

Catherine Poirier's fashionable homegrown threads typify the quality and wearability of U.S.-made. Convincing retailers to sell local is a tougher fit.