My name is...Todd Kopet

Lone Tree resident has company selling hemp extract

Posted 6/26/18

About me I've lived in Lone Tree eight years. I have a wife and two kids, they both go to school around here. I am in the marijuana business. I have a manufacturing company that sells CBD …

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My name is...Todd Kopet

Lone Tree resident has company selling hemp extract

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About me

I've lived in Lone Tree eight years. I have a wife and two kids, they both go to school around here. I have a manufacturing company that sells CBD (cannabidiol) products and edibles. On weekends, I love hanging out with my kids and going to their games and meets over the weekends. Right now, we're in swimming. We're really involved with our kids lives. I grew up, pretty much, in this area.

I moved near here in 1980 (before Lone Tree existed). I went to the University of Colorado and moved back here because I liked it so much. Never thought I'd move back (from Denver), but then when I had kids it made too much sense.

On the growth in Colorado ...

I used to like the amenities and the cool things that came with it. Just the growth and build-out and actually having a very nice community to live in, but I think it's getting a little bit where the infrastructure needs to be expanded to match the growth.

I'm excited to see how they build out the town center and their expansion plans. And the light rail expansion.

My favorite part about living in Lone Tree is ...

The community. It's a tight-knit community, families, but not too conservative. It's got a good mix of both. It's close to a metro area. It's close to companies that have great jobs. It's pretty ideal. Lone Tree and Highlands Ranch are considered some of the top places to live in the country, and that's one of the reasons why we won't move. We've had options to leave but we won't.

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