The For Fort Collins Ambassador Program was created to bring a handful of local business owners, marketers and operators together to support one another and our community while we reopen strongly and safely in this new COVID-19 environment.
We are tremendously proud to select Happy Luck's Teahouse to serve as an ambassador for the For Fort Collins program and we invite you to celebrate them and their continued support of our community!
Today at Voyage Denverwe’d like to introduce you to Kari Grady Grossman and George Grossman.
Kari and George, please share your story with us. How did you get to where you are today? We opened Happy Lucky’s Teahouse in the old firehouse in Old Town Fort Collins in October 2009, during the last recession. We figured there was nowhere to go but up from there.
In light of the coronavirus pandemic, many businesses have adjusted operations to provide more virtual experiences for their customers.Fresh Cup Magazinetalks with a teahouse in Colorado about how they’ve transitioned in-store activities to a digital platform.
This story is part of the Zenefits Business Unusual series. Not all businesses are shuttering during the COVID-19 crisis. This Fort Collins-based teahouse is one example of a company that’s using pandemic-related challenges to drive innovation and growth.