Monthly Archives: March 2013

Must-See Street Art

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Spawn artwork

You can’t miss this gem of graffiti artwork done on the east side of Horseshoe Lounge. It’s worth the drive and a good excuse to grab a drink at HL or neighboring Jonsey’s.

There’s something in this Denver air…

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It’s spring! Peak Denver enjoyed a wonderful alfresco lunch today at one of our favorite haunts, Highland Tap & Burger. If you ever find yourself there, the Mother Earth Burger is fabulous. Bring on the warm weather!  

Lucky is looking for a home

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Lucky the pup

Meet Peak’s latest four-legged friend, Lucky. He’s a foster pup in need of a loving home, but for now he’s getting plenty of attention from the Peak team. Find out more about taking Lucky home at Dog Rescue Colorado  or My Fairy Dawg Mother Hound Rescue.

A Little Help for Our Friends

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Bailey Trails

One of our guiding missions as an agency is to provide top-notch, but budget-conscious, services for small organizations and individuals. When our friend Shane came to us with an organization looking for a high-impact web presence, but with NO budget to build… our philanthropic instincts kicked in, and we decided to take on the project… Read more »

Cone of Shame

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Don’t let the wagging tail fool you, Gdog is not excited about his new accessory.

Baby Mac – 2 Weeks Old

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Mac, the newest member of the peak family came to the office today to visit with his mom Kristin.

Peak Performance

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Think Occam

While we always set out to exceed client expectations, sometimes we even surpass our own. Site build and launch in less than one week’s time to meet a client’s deadline for a trade show? A responsive site that looks fantastic? No problem! Check out ThinkOccam.com.

Bronco Beautiful

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Checking out the renovations at Mile High Stadium while doing an event walk-through. That’s a mighty big crane!

Here Today, Gone in 5 Minutes!

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Our neighborhood keeps changing.  Today three houses across the street were knocked down.  They were literally there one minute and then gone.  Amazing.