Nancy Byers, president of Englewood Chamber of Commerce, lulu’s co-owners Caitlin Marsh and Christy Brant, and Randy Penn, executive director of Englewood Chamber of Commerce.
SUBMITTED BY VALERIE HAMLIN
The grand opening event May 10 was a celebration of the new location of lulu’s furniture and decor, which just relocated from the Highlands to the Kent Place Shopping Center at 3475 S. University Blvd.in Southeast Denver.
The new location offers even more space for the interior design studio, as well as the store’s large collection of hand-selected home furnishings and accessories offered in a range of styles from many of the best vendors in the industry.
Jesse Manno, Denver composer and musician, and Tim Dahlberg, manufacturer’s representative for Rowe Furniture and Robin Bruce Furniture.
The evening was a benefit for Dr. Christopher Lieu’s colon cancer research taking place at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus and the owners were able to donate $1,000 to Lieu’s research. Co-owner Christy Brant’s son Nick Brant is a colon cancer survivor and is under the care of Lieu. The opening included a ribbon-cutting ceremony with many lulu’s customers, the store’s co-owners, and the president and executive director of the Englewood Chamber of Commerce.
Dr. Christopher Lieu, Colon Cancer Research at University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, lulu’s co-owner Christy Brant, and Nick Brant, colon cancer survivor.
Lulu’s co-owners Christy Brant and Caitlin Marsh (with baby Cullen) at the ribbon-cutting ceremony during the grand opening.
Maggie DiGeronimo and Christine Lotts. Photos by Valerie Hamlin
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