Rec centers profit from business partnerships: Kenny Be's Worst-Case Scenario

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Due to budget cuts, the Denver Parks and Recreation Department is selling out finding "collaborators" to run the city's unprofitable rec centers...

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Luminous Electronics Recycling CEO Steve Fuelberth (pictured above) is currently negotiating with the city to operate the Johnson Rec Center, and will serve at-risk youth with classes in Co-ed Shelling of CRTs, Youth Aggregate Sealing and Family Cathode Ray Recycling.

Look below to see how the Globeville Rec Center will be going to the dogs...

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As seen above, Marcus and Cristal Newell are partnering their Mile High Mutts LLC business with the Globeville Rec Center. New classes will include Drop-In Kennel Crafting, Business Persons Lunchtime Dog-Walk Workout, Co-ed Fetch and Senior Dog Washing Bingo.

Next: Denver Parks Manager Kevin Patterson has big plans for La Alma...

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