In Their Business

Posted 9/30/19

Realtor association plans events A variety of events will help the South Metro Denver Realtor Association introduce its newly renovated headquarters to the community. The new headquarters in …

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In Their Business


Realtor association plans events

A variety of events will help the South Metro Denver Realtor Association introduce its newly renovated headquarters to the community.

The new headquarters in Centennial is at 6436 S. Racine Circle and includes more than 29,000 finished square feet with tenant space available for Realtor-centric businesses. The building includes an outdoor patio and events center, which is open to the public for special events, networking and weddings.

Welcome-to-SMDRA week begins Oct. 6 with the association's annual Broncos party, which will feature events and tours of the building. A ribbon cutting and afternoon mixer Oct. 11 concludes the week.

“Our membership has grown to more than 4,000 Realtor members plus affiliated companies and other entities,” Marcel Savoie, the association's chairman of the board, said in a news release. “This outstanding growth can be attributed to a variety of factors, including our programs that benefit real estate professionals as well as their clients, special educational events, marketing programs, our service to the communities we serve, and a sincere dedication to helping some of the finest charities in the metro Denver area."

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Mod Mountain Boutique opens

Mod Mountain Boutique has opened in downtown Castle Rock at the new Riverwalk development along Wilcox Street.

Mod Mountain Boutique is a women's clothing, gift and accessory boutique owned by Jayne Tien and her daughter, Morgan Brubaker. Tien has an administrative background in both for-profit and nonprofit organizations, and Brubaker has a master's degree in apparel design and merchandising from Colorado State.

“We are excited to be opening our doors at Riverwalk and to be a part of the greater downtown Castle Rock community,” Brubaker said in a news release. “Our mission is not only to provide a comfortable shopping experience with quality, modern clothing, but to also see that women feel confident in the look they are wearing.”

The boutique carries clothing in sizes extra small to 3x, and products include those produced by local artisans, the release said.

Mod Mountain Boutique is at 215 Wilcox St., Castle Rock. Hours are 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday. Merchandise is also sold online at Contact the store at 720-381-6033 or, and follow it on Instagram and Facebook.

New VP for economic development group

Christine Shapard has been named vice president of economic development for the Denver South Economic Development Partnership. Shapard will work with a team focused on business growth and retention in the Denver south region while continuing the organization's focus on improving and highlighting the region's economy and high-quality of life.

Shapard has more than 20 years of experience in Colorado's economic development, public sector and business communities, according to a news release. She brings knowledge regarding Colorado's business climate, industry sectors, government programs and the people responsible for them. She recently led the Colorado Cleantech Industry Association as the founding executive director, helping to grow the industry with policy, innovation and partnering initiatives while managing the organization's operations and staff.

Lone Tree Kumon center opens

A new Kumon learning center is now open in Lone Tree. Owner Anil Kini was drawn to the Kumon franchise after watching how the program benefited his 12-year-old son, Aariv.

“I am very passionate about making a difference in our communities,” Kini said in a news release. “What better way to achieve that then helping children in their academic growth and laying their foundation for success at an early age through Kumon?”

Kumon focuses on instilling qualities of academic independence, confidence, and the ability to study beyond grade level in students, which many end up succeeding in. Kumon serves children in preschool through high school. The learning method uses an individualized approach that helps children develop a solid command of math and reading skills.

The new center is at 9500 Heritage Hills Circle, Suite 400, Lone Tree. Contact 720-738-8499 or

Fuzzy's Tacos to open in Parker

The first Fuzzy's Tacos in Parker is set to open in mid-October.

According to a news release, owner Adam Herndon grew up working for his family's restaurant and hoped to one day own his own spot. He discovered Fuzzy's while visiting some friends in Fort Worth. The laid-back atmosphere, combined with his own love for tacos, seemed like a good match. Years later, when the opportunity presented itself for Herndon to open his own Fuzzy's, he jumped at the chance.

The Parker taco restaurant will be at 12231 Pine Bluffs Way, Suite 101, Parker. Learn more at


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