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Re: Where does everyone live?
« Reply #2535 on: November 15, 2018, 02:58:33 am »
Must be Berkeley Supply Co in Denver. That's 20 km from my house and I haven't even been. Need to fix that soon, but it goes to show that having a retailer nearby isn't essential with the reach and service Iron Heart has.

I think the only places I've ever been that retail IH are SELA and SENY.
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Re: Where does everyone live?
« Reply #2536 on: December 05, 2018, 08:21:57 pm »
@mclaincausey we're in Boulder if you ever find yourself this way, as well! If you ever stop through introduce yourself, I'll most likely be here ( I always am  :) )

Like I said, I'm living in Boulder! Some of you may be familiar. If you're not, it's just far enough from Denver to not be a suburb, but when school isn't in session it's actually a very quiet and calm town nestled up against the Rockies.

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As for myself personally, I'm from a small town in Northeastern Ohio called Ashtabula. Cleveland area. If you're familiar, you understand the struggle, ha!

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Re: Where does everyone live?
« Reply #2537 on: December 05, 2018, 08:38:01 pm »
@canoeclub I have every intention of doing so! I just mentioned the other store because it would be slightly geographically closer to Chris. I am also curious about visiting Truman, even though I'm flush on footwear.

Ton of my friends transplanted to the front range from the Cleveland area as well.

I don't make it up there as much as I'd like being on the south side of Denver and having the obnoxious traffic we have on the front range, but I was in Boulder the weekend before Thanksgiving for an event my friends do annually at the Boulder Theatre, "The Last Waltz Revisited." We ate at Post (my favorite chicken in the area) and walked on over. Love downtown. Boulder and Fox Theatres are better than almost all the venues in Denver.
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Re: Where does everyone live?
« Reply #2538 on: December 05, 2018, 09:24:22 pm »
@mclaincausey looking forward to it, man! Man, I just had Post maybe a month or so ago for lunch. I don't eat much meat but I won't turn down any fried chicken, period. I do feel super fortunate to be able to utilize this whole area to the fullest in such a casual manner. My name is Chase, I'm the fella in most of the photos and stuff on Instagram. Excited to make some more denim friends in the area!
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« Reply #2539 on: December 05, 2018, 09:50:15 pm »
@mclaincausey looking forward to it, man! Man, I just had Post maybe a month or so ago for lunch. I don't eat much meat but I won't turn down any fried chicken, period. I do feel super fortunate to be able to utilize this whole area to the fullest in such a casual manner. My name is Chase, I'm the fella in most of the photos and stuff on Instagram. Excited to make some more denim friends in the area!

See ya soon buddy! Yeah that Nashville Hot is the thing of dreams. And their batter is gluten-free if that's a concern, though they chose the recipe based on how good the batter is, not based on trying to be gluten-free. Big Red F restaurant group does a good job in general.
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