Thank You

Bringing cyber life to Denver’s Wall Street of the Rockies has been a very rewarding project. May this creative Placemaking strengthen the Downtown Denver area.  We would like to thank  the  many people who made the Wall Street of the Rockies project possible…


Rhonda Beck

Thank you Rhonda Beck, author of Union Station in Denver.

As our “boots on the ground” contact, we thank you for your time and dedication you displayed marching up and down 17th Street in the sun snow, photographing and documenting the locations of the 42 medallions.

You are a delight!


Andy Secher

As someone who achieved success at an early age, Andy Secher is able to pick and choose his projects. He elects to work with Walk of Fame International because he understands our vision. This project would not have been possible without his generous support.

As a Field Associate with the American Museum of Natural History in New York City, Secher is an active contributor to the American Museum of Natural History Trilobites Website


Thomas Jacob Noel

Dr. Colorado

We thank Thomas Jacob Noel for having the vision to preserve Colorado history with the series of Wall Street of the Rockies medallion inlays. Known as “Dr. Colorado,” Noel curated the 42 bronze plaques embedded in the sidewalks along 17th Street from Larimer to Broadway as part of the Denver Public Art Program.

Noel is a Professor of History and Director of Public History, Preservation & Colorado Studies at the University of Colorado Denver. He is also director of the Center for Colorado Studies at the Denver Public Library and the author or co-author of 50 books. He appears regularly as Dr. Colorado.


Downtown Denver Partnership

The Apple Family

For always being there…literally and physically.

Ground Zero

Your love and technical prowess is applauded.

David Javelosa

Thank goodness someone knows how to make a video. 😉

Renee Summers

Moms are the best.

Michelle Pietrouchie-Summers

You couldn’t ask for a better sister-in-law.

… And of course, our family, friends and loved ones.

 

 

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