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Denver Pub Crawl
Tyler started Denver Pub Crawl in 2019. They detail the beginnings of their company in their Starter Story interview: 
Q: How did you get started on Denver Pub Crawl?
As of the time of this writing, I’ve been to 35 countries outside of the U.S. I’ve been to a pub crawl in almost everyone. From hostel crawls in Vietnam to ruin bars in Budapest, everyone does something different. Here in the U.S., though, we have big, multi-hundred to thousand-person plus crawls; most of them are also themed or centered around holidays (i.e. Santa or Christmas, Thanksgiving, St. Paddy’s Day). In Europe and most of the rest of the world, you’re looking at 10-15 people to maybe 75 maximum, and the crawls are usually regular (i.e. every Friday and Saturday). Those are big differences.
Though I made it no certain kind of ‘mission’ to take note of what kind of intricacies or operations were happening while I was on crawls while traveling, (even with alcohol involved) it became apparent that I’d subconsciously been keeping track of those types of things as soon as I moved to Denver, Colorado in 2018.
Within a few weeks of arriving in the city, I had found a neighborhood called LoDo, or Lower Downtown. About six months later I decided to move downtown, just outside of LoDo, to be closer to my 9-5 at the time, a sales position at a vacation rental management company. Naturally, I spent more and more time going out and exploring my new neighborhoods, and it wasn’t long before I knew LoDo would be our first launch site for the Denver Pub Crawl.
Contributors to this article:
- Pat Walls, Founder @ Starter Story
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