40 Under 40 event and Green Garage investor party
Shutterbug and social butterfly Jerry Lewis was out there shooting and schmoozing Wednesday, Feb. 17. First there was the the by-invitation party at Crispin Porter + Bogusky heralding the new Green Garage startup for signed-up and potential investors. Then — oh my so busy — on to Boulder County Business Report‘s 40 Under 40 event. What, you ask, did his camera espy?
Ryan Ferrero, founder, CEO and Chief Carhugger of Boulder's newest startup, Green Garage, greets guests at a launch party at the Boulder offices of Crispin Porter + Bogusky. The company, currently raising capital, has the backing of David Moll, formerly of Webroot, and Alex Bogusky, founding partner at CP+B.
Not only does new Boulder startup Green Garage offer eco-friendly oil changes and other environmentally friendly products, it already has its own hat and t-shirts, shown here by one of the assistants helping at the company's launch party.
Boulder Congressman Jared Polis, left, dropped in to visit with recipients of the inaugural 40 Under 40 event of the Boulder County Business Report. Also attending were Josie Heath, second from left, and her husband, Colorado legislator Rollie Heath. Carly Hare, director of development, Native American Rights Fund, third from left, was one of the 40 young businesspeople honored at the event, held at the Boulder Theater.
Wendy Reynolds, senior vice president and director of business development for Flatirons Bank, was one of the 40 businesspeople recognized in the Boulder County Business Report's inaugural 40 Under 40 event. Chris Wood, right, publisher of the Business Report, handed out recognition plaques to each of the 40 honorees.