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Benny Samuels

Founder of Project Style Denver

"At Project Style we don’t call what we do shopping, we call it shopping for a cause. I am proud to own a business that builds community and bridges. Project Style donated a portion of sales to local nonprofits. To date, we have donated $17,000 to our community."

— Benny Samuels, founder of Project Style Denver View Website

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