On May 22, 2019, Tebo Properties announced a 5,000 ft expansion to High Altitude Archery’s facility, located at 455 Weaver Park Road, making it the largest indoor archery range in Colorado.
The range will now be 16,000 total square feet which will include a training range and a pro shop.
“High Altitude is a community asset, and we are so pleased to be a part of the company’s growth trajectory,” said Stephen Tebo, founder and owner of Tebo Properties. “Archery is a sport that is accessible to people of all ages and abilities — from the professional level to family fun and youth.”
The retail shop is gaining notoriety nationally for offering specialty items. The additional space will accommodate some of the shop’s expanding needs.
“We wanted to be able to offer more products and the opportunity for more people to get involved in the sport,” said owner Paul Williams, who along with his wife Kerstin, purchased the business in 2016. “Tebo Properties has been very accommodating and very helpful to us. Partnering together through the process has been simple. The whole Tebo team is easy to work with and very responsive,” he added.
High Altitude Archery will host a relaunch celebration in June to commemorate the expansion. Details on the exact date have not been decided yet.
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