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The University of Denver’s Rich Architectural History

Scott Reiman is a proud alumni and former trustee of the University of Denver, as well as the namesake of the Reiman School of Finance at the Daniels College of Business. Recently, Hexagon and Reiman’s contributions to the rich history of the University of Denver were featured in a DU blog post exploring the architectural hidden gems on campus.  

Notably, the article mentions, “the exterior of the Daniels College of Business features several limestone reliefs, funded by former DU trustee Scott Reiman. Carvings of a bull and bear, recognizable symbols of the stock market, grace the exterior and represent the study of finance. In honor of Reiman, a limestone grapevine protrudes from the exterior trim. It features tiny hexagon-shaped grapes, calling to mind Hexagon Investments.”  

The Reiman Theater, inside Margery Reed Hall, and the restoration of its long-lost and beautifully restored mural is also highlighted. For more than 80 years, the original Shakespearean mural created by Denver artist John E. Thompson was painted over and forgotten until being rediscovered in 2006.  

Learn more about The Reiman Foundation and Hexagon Investments.  

Renovated Martin Building unveiled with Denver Art Museum reopening

On October 24th, 2021, as a part of its campus reopening the Denver Art Museum (DAM) hosted a free general admission day to unveil the newly renovated Martin Building. The renovation occurred on the 50th anniversary of the erection of the Martin Building, and is meant to offer improved areas for both guest and ticketing services, as well as two additional dining locations and an art conservation and laboratory of technical studies.

The broadened and redeveloped campus includes a space for student and community exhibitions, group and school receptions, youth and adult classes and interactions for artists. Through the museum’s Free for Kids program, which is supported by the Reiman Foundation, youth visitors to the Learning and Engagement Center are given free admissions to the Learning and Engagement Center. More than 450,000 youth have been offered free admissions since the program was first developed in 2015.

Learn more about the Reiman Foundation’s support for the Denver Art Museum.

TAG Restaurant Group Plans for a Bright Future

As the Denver Business Journal recently reported, Troy Guard, chef and owner of TAG Restaurant Group, will close the signature Larimer Square TAG restaurant in May 2021. This change reflects the continued development of TAG Restaurant Group’s larger strategy, focused on expanding their portfolio of restaurants across Colorado and beyond. 

“We are excited to see Troy take this step. As an early investor in his vision and TAG Restaurant Group, it is encouraging to see the continued evolution of his business,” said Scott Reiman, CEO and chairman of Hexagon Investments.   

TAG Restaurant Group brought in $49 million over the last two years operates four Los Chingones Mexican restaurants, two Bubus Asian restaurants, and two Guard and Grace steakhouses, each with another location on the way. 

Learn more about TAG Restaurant Group and additional Hexagon investments

Hexagon Invests in Milwaukee-Based Health Payment Systems

Hexagon recently added to its diverse portfolio with an investment in Health Payment Systems (HPS). As the Milwaukee Business Journal reported, HPS is “a Milwaukee company offering a digital platform that consolidates a person’s medical charges into one billing statement” and is “prepping to expand in the Upper Midwest and beyond.” 

Through its partnership with SV Health Investors, Hexagon is pleased to invest in HPS’ growth strategy to streamline the payment process for healthcare providers and patients.  

Learn more about Health Payment Systems (HPS) and additional Hexagon Inc. investments

Denver Art Museum refreshes logo

The new logo

Scott Reiman is an avid supporter of The Denver Art Museum which just released a new look after 20 years.

The Denver Art Museum tapped their own talent and staff to create the new branding and logo which debuted on September 14, 2020. The new branding emphasizes that art is for “everyone” and should be welcoming and accessible for all. The design was originally planned to coincide with the opening of the renovated Martin building, but the building’s opening is currently on hold due to COVID – 19.

This new brand and logo was a collaborative process led by
Tasso Stathopulos, Senior Manager of Brand & Design. The YouTube announcement shares the concept of disbanding pretentious notions of “Art” and instead sharing “art” as it connects us all.

In addition to the new logo, Denver Art Museum also unveiled a new cohesive look for their member magazine and online website.

As the Denver Art Museum continues to evolve, Scott Reiman is proud to support them and their Free for Kids program.