BearVault co-owner Tracy Twist first had the idea a couple of years ago during Outdoor Retailer, an annual industry trade show held in Denver.
“What if we moved to Colorado?” she thought.
Twist, who took over the California-born maker of bear-resistant food canisters for backpackers in 2017 when its founders retired, took the final day of Outdoor Retailer to explore the area around Denver, including Boulder County.
“It planted the idea in our head, so we came back to look a little bit…
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