Rec centers profit from business partnerships: Kenny Be's Worst-Case Scenario
Due to budget cuts, the Denver Parks and Recreation Department is
selling out finding "collaborators" to run the city's unprofitable rec centers...
Luminous Electronics Recycling CEO Steve Fuelberth (pictured above) is currently negotiating with the city to operate the Johnson Rec Center, and will serve at-risk youth with classes in Co-ed Shelling of CRTs, Youth Aggregate Sealing and Family Cathode Ray Recycling.
Look below to see how the Globeville Rec Center will be going to the dogs...
As seen above, Marcus and Cristal Newell are partnering their Mile High Mutts LLC business with the Globeville Rec Center. New classes will include Drop-In Kennel Crafting, Business Persons Lunchtime Dog-Walk Workout, Co-ed Fetch and Senior Dog Washing Bingo.
Next: Denver Parks Manager Kevin Patterson has big plans for La Alma...
Manager of the Denver Parks Dept., Kevin Patterson (above left), and Director of Marketing and Communications, Jill McGranahan (above right), are exploring exciting new ways to turn recreating residents into resourceful revenue streams!
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