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Moving to Denver? Know before you go!

May 23rd, 2018

You want to Move to Denver? So does everyone else! In fact, it’s currently ranked the 3rd best city in the country to live in as per CNBC.  Here are a few tips to consider that reveal the good, bad, and the ugly truth about Denver, so you can know before you go! The good things about living in Denver There are great jobs and lots of employers looking for help. Denver’s 2017 Year-end unemployment rate was 2.8 percent, fourth-lowest in the country, according to The Denver Post.  Numbers show Colorado in the sixth-fastest growth rate in the country. Cost of living is reasonably low. Although... Read More

Travel like an MVP with High End Transportation

October 28th, 2017

When Heather and I flew out to Portland, OR for The 420 Games we had the experience of a lifetime. Heather took 2nd place in Oregon, and being our first time in Portland, we had a great adventure. As much fun as we had, the highlight of our trip was the ride to and from the airport with High End Transportation. We had the pleasure of riding in the Tesla. Our driver’s name was Toni, who drives the Tesla often enough to be nicknamed, Toni Tesla. She was so nice and friendly. Our conversation made the trip even better, and Toni really made us feel like we were riding with family. The ride was a... Read More

The Future of Denver: New Plans for Improved Transportation System, 100 Percent Renewable Energy, and Affordable Housing

July 25th, 2017

During Denver’s 2017 State of the City Address, which took place on July 10th, Denver’s mayor Michael Hancock addressed locals’ concerns regarding affordable housing, problems in transportation, population growth, and environmental issues in his plans for Denver’s future. These new plans include strategies to help increase the amount of affordable housing and reduce congestion in Denver’s transportation systems, and Mayor Michael Hancock also announced that “if Washington won’t stand by the Clean Power Plan or Paris climate accord, we will. We will reduce our carbon footprint and... Read More