Dave Jensen is Assistant Operations Manager of Townsquare Media/Northern Colorado as well as Assistant Brand Manager and Afternoon Host for Retro 102.5. Dave was born in Paterson, New Jersey but moved to Colorado when he was 12 months old in 1968 and has lived here ever since. He is currently the longest-tenured employee in the Northern Colorado office, having worked here since 1997. Dave loves movies, great TV, and Gin Rummy with his brother when they play at William Oliver’s in Fort Collins. Dave worked at Runza in Loveland when he was younger and still enjoys stopping by now and then for an Original. You can listen to Afternoons with Dave Jensen every weekday from 3-7 p.m.
Can This New Colorado Salsa Company Be As Good As Its Name Implies?
A new business in Denver is out to change the world's thoughts on salsa. It sounds like they have big dreams; it also sounds like they have an ego to match.
Colorado’s Beau Jo’s is Celebrating 50 Years With Free Pizza for a Year
Movies like "The Sting," "The Exorcist," and "Serpico" were making a killing at the box office while Beau Jo's was just getting of the ground.
6 Hemp-Related Companies You Need to Know Competing for a Colorado Award
Find out how these six are making a difference in the hemp industry.
Colorado Artist Looking for Old Luggage for a Art Project at DIA
Why not put those used bags to work, not carrying clothes and whatnot, but by being art?
Boulder ‘Shark Tank’ Event Awards 3 Colorado ‘Up & Comers’ You Need to Know
Companies from Colorado that are natural and organic focused compete to be named "Most Up and Coming" for the year.
Colorado’s Newest ‘Hot Spot’ is Open and Smells of Glorious Bacon
It was in late 2021, that it was announced that a Fort Collins favorite was planning a location in Windsor.
Elk in Colorado Rescued From Icy Pond After ‘Ignoring’ Signs
It's the time of year when temperatures fluctuate, causing ponds and lakes to look safer than they really are. Of course, elk cannot read signs to stay off the water.
Beloved Wine + Pizza Spot in Colorado Has Closed
A place that has served up delicious wood-fired pizza and great wines for more that eight years, has chosen to shut their doors.
California Pizza Chain With Over 275 Locations Comes to Stake Claim on Colorado
Let's start with the fact they have already have a "Pikes Peak" specialty pizza. Whoa there, California, do you think you're ready for Colorado's pizza fans?
How Many Long John Silver’s Still Remain in Colorado?
They've been around since 1969, but they haven't had that much success in Colorado.