Off The Bottle Refill Shop celebrates one year anniversary

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Posted 7/1/22

Off the Bottle Refill Shop, 220 E. 13th Ave. in Denver’s Capitol Hill neighborhood, celebrated its one-year anniversary in June.

“Over the past year, it's been lovely to reconnect with …

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Off The Bottle Refill Shop celebrates one year anniversary

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Off the Bottle Refill Shop, 220 E. 13th Ave. in Denver’s Capitol Hill neighborhood, celebrated its one-year anniversary in June.

“Over the past year, it's been lovely to reconnect with the Capitol Hill neighborhood and community,” said David Rouse, who co-owns the shop with Daniel Landes. Rouse added he has spent most of his life in Denver, but had been living in Mexico for nearly a decade with a short stint in San Diego. “It’s also fantastic to meet new people who are passionate about making a difference in this messy world.”

Off The Bottle offers a refill station where consumers can bring their own containers and refill them with household essentials such as laundry detergent, all-purpose cleaners and face and body care. The shop also carries a selection of eco-friendly and sustainable household products, and reusable household supplies.

The shop recently introduced its new products for the summer season, and launched its online store with all shipping being done with repurposed packing materials. Additionally, Off the Bottle is making plans for bicycle pickup and delivery service in Capitol Hill and nearby neighborhoods, and bulk refill and bottle rotation service for short-term rentals.

“I think our guests really value the option to shop with their own containers, creating little to no trash in the process,” Rouse said. “I even recognize certain containers that come in often to be refilled. I know exactly what and how much is going to go in them. They develop their own little lives and personalities. Makes shopping more fun.”

To learn more about Off The Bottle, visit offthebottlerefills.com.

Business Matters, Denver, Off The Bottle Refill Shop

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