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Posted 5/6/19

Assisted-stretching studio opens A new studio in Parker will introduce people of all ages and fitness levels to deep stretching and its benefits. StretchLab Parker, which opened April 25, is owned …

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Assisted-stretching studio opens

A new studio in Parker will introduce people of all ages and fitness levels to deep stretching and its benefits.

StretchLab Parker, which opened April 25, is owned and operated by Luke Jacobson. A local engineer, weekend warrior and habitual inventor, Jacobson wanted to combine his passion for helping others with his lifelong enjoyment of physical wellness, a news release said.

StretchLab services include a 25-minute stretch that concentrates on the client's stretching needs, and a 50-minute head-to-toe deep stretch that addresses all major muscle groups. In addition to one-on-one stretching services, a small-format group stretch is available.

StretchLab Parker is at 10841 S. Crossroads Drive, Suite 6.Hours are 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday; and 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. For more information, go to www.StretchLab.com or call 720-909-8520.

goPuff launches delivery service

A Philadelphia-based convenience retailer has launched its delivery service in Littleton.

goPuff's location in Littleton is the company's first in Arapahoe County and sixth in the state, according to a news release. goPuff stocks more than 2,000 products in centrally located warehouses in each city where it operates to bring products directly to the customer in the moments they need them most.

All orders are accessible through the goPuff mobile app (iOS and Android) or goPuff.com. Users enter their address and scroll through a wide range of products across numerous categories. Any order can be delivered for a flat $1.95 delivery fee.

To celebrate goPuff's entrance into Littleton, all customers who sign up for an account and place their first order of at least $9 by May 12 can add a complimentary pint of Ben & Jerry's ice cream to their cart (a coupon will be applied automatically at checkout once the order minimum is met).

Co-founded in 2013 by Rafael Ilishayev and Yakir Gola, two Drexel University undergraduates, goPuff began by delivering 50 basic products before pivoting the company to a full convenience store and alcohol delivery service in 2014. Today, the brand operates in more than 75 major U.S. markets.

Ent Credit Union opens in Sterling Ranch

Ent Credit Union continues its growth along the state's Front Range with the opening of its first branch in northwest Douglas County and sixth in the county.

The 1,000-square-foot branch at 8155 Piney River Ave., Suite 1100-B, is open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturdays.

“We're committed to helping our members live better financial lives,” Matt Gendron, Ent's chief engagement officer, said in the release. “To do that, we focus on delivering exceptional service, convenience, and financial education and advice — in addition to competitive pricing and financial rewards.”

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