April 23, 2021
We’re huge live music fans and as locals, we’ve long considered the Boulder Theater sacred ground. When we heard they were working on plans to start putting on shows, we quickly reached out to share our excitement and desire to get involved and support the endeavor in whatever way we could. It’s been a long, strange trip for all of us, and any sense of return to normalcy is a sight for sore eyes (and ears).
Understandably, there’s apprehension and uncertainty about how and when to re-engage our social activities. To help ensure the safety of staff, musicians, and fellow friends, family, and music fans, we donated bottles of Stuvz to be placed throughout Boulder Theater. And let’s be honest, it’s not just about safety, food and drinks taste a whole lot better when your hands aren’t sticky and emanating with the cheap alcohol stank of low-grade hand sanitizers.
We went to a show a few weeks ago and, on a personal note, we can say without hesitation, it felt really, really, good to be back. It was a unique experience; simultaneously foreign yet so familiar. The people, the music, the place - the sense of community – it was something we knew we had been missing, but we didn’t realize just how much of a void the pandemic had created.
On the professional side, it was a thrill and honor to have Stuvz play a part in the Boulder Theater’s safe and responsible reemergence. We love the folks there, and we look forward to our continued involvement with them during this transitional period, and beyond.
Everyone’s levels of comfort are different. We hope that as you begin to re-engage, you join us for a show at the Boulder Theater, or whichever local business you hold in equally high regard; and we also hope you too find the renewed source of energy that we did from our night out.
May 07, 2021
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