Hope Tank moves to Broadway and expands its community

When Erika Righter opened Hope Tank a year and a half ago, she thought Denver's Arts District on Santa Fe would be the best place for the charitable boutique. But this year she made the move to Broadway, where her original idea continues to grow, with more events, bigger names and more opportunities for people to help others.

"People were coming down to Arts District for First Friday and that was it, and this is the kind of project where I really need to be able to have a conversation with my customers and really connect with them and introduce them to all of these different organizations and projects," Righter explains. So she found a new home for Hope Tank at 64 Broadway.

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