Making Their Mark

Ira Johnson (credit: CBS)

Denver Business Owner Making His Mark With Llamas

One Denver company is using an unusual marketing plan to win over customers — the company’s president is making his mark with the help of llamas.


Lindsay Brown (center) with Team Sweat Equity (credit: Lindsay Brown)

Denver Man Making His Mark In Real Estate And Charity Donations

CBS4’s Gloria Neal spent some time with a man making his mark with deals in downtown real estate and donations.


CBS4's Gloria Neal talks with Joshua Fine (credit: CBS)

Denver Man Makes His Mark In Business By Going Green

A Denver businessman runs his company with the environment in mind. CBS4’s Gloria Neal spent some time with Joshua Fine, who is making his mark in business by going green.


Patricia Lepiani talks with CBS4's Gloria Neal (credit: CBS)

Marketing Company Owner Makes Her Mark By Serving The Community

She’s turned her passion into a marketing company, but the “idea company” is about more than just ideas.


CBS4's Gloria Neal talks with Kathryn Marshall of the March of Dimes (credit: CBS)

Premature Birth Led Mother To Make Her Mark On A New Path

The director of the March of Dimes for Colorado is making her mark by helping children, but Kathryn Marshall never thought it would be her child who needed help


Chris Haeck (credit: Kathleen Lavine/Denver Business Journal)

Passion For Savings Has Salesman Making His Mark On College Dreams

For many parents, it’s a conversation that starts in the delivery room, “How are we going to pay for college?” Now he uses his lifetime of money lessons in work at CollegeInvest.


Mindy Davidson, left, talks with CBS4's Gloria Neal. (credit: CBS)

Passion For Food Leads To Mark In Philanthropy

Food is the basic way we offer comfort and connection to others, even strangers. It’s a natural link for one woman who made the journey from the kitchen to fundraising.


Madison Carter (credit: CBS)

Financial Advisor Helps Younger Generation Succeed

Madison Carter, a young financial adviser, is making time for those in need. She is making her mark by helping the younger generation make theirs.



Icelantic’s Loevlie Finds Her Place Is In The Snow

With most skis made in Eastern Europe or China, Annelise Loevlie of Icelantic says her company is different because its products are made in Denver. All art is handpainted and takes the artist about six months to complete.


Marking Their Mark

‘Ethical Hacking’ One Way Denver Businessman Makes His Mark

A Denver company is making a mark in business by protecting secrets.




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