Docketly recently partnered with Innovate Longmont to help its new retail space chill out.
Bricks Retail provides flexible shared retail space to local vendors looking to sell their products in a downtown retail location, and with everything from butter to ‘booch (Kombucha), they desperately needed a new refrigerator to keep everything cool.
Docketly to the rescue with a brand new, sliding glass, two-door merchandiser refrigerator with 42-cubic feet and 115-volts of power.
“We are so grateful for Docketly’s support and sponsorship,” said the Bricks team in a Facebook post.“Give them a follow to see what they’re all about (hint: they’re as cool as this rad fridge)!”
Innovate Longmont plans to eventually turn Bricks into a permanent resource for the entrepreneurial community and to serve as a unique retail offering in Longmont. Vendors can participate with flexible length of time and/or size of space and those who want to sell retail but prefer not to have the overhead of their own store, or to incubate companies who grow into their own dedicated space.
“We’re proud to support Longmont’s small business community,” said Docketly CEO Brandon Fuller. “This is where Docketly was founded 10 years ago, and we want to encourage other local entrepreneurs to follow their dreams here.”
Docketly is very active in the local start-up community, with recent sponsorships at Longmont Startup Week as well as Innovate Longmont’s Demo Day 2020, where Fuller debuted the fancy commercial refrigerator on December 17, 2020.
Innovate Longmont is an independent 501(c)(3) organization providing information, programs, and spaces to sustain and grow the local startup ecosystem.
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