My Name Is…Tim and Jennilyn Biery

Castle Rock couple open custom T-shirt company

Posted 3/12/18

About us Tim: I am a Colorado native who grew up in Evergreen. I graduated from Metropolitan State College of Denver with a professional pilot degree. Jennilyn: I have lived in Colorado since I was 6 …

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My Name Is…Tim and Jennilyn Biery

Castle Rock couple open custom T-shirt company

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About us

Tim: I am a Colorado native who grew up in Evergreen. I graduated from Metropolitan State College of Denver with a professional pilot degree.

Jennilyn: I have lived in Colorado since I was 6 years old. I graduated from Washington University in St. Louis with a degree in history.

Tim and Jennilyn: We have been Castle Rock residents since 1997. We have two teenage daughters who go to school at Douglas County High School and Mesa Middle School.

Our past careers

Tim: I have been an e-learning developer who specializes in defense and aviation instruction for 22 years. I created web training for pilots to learn how to fly their airplanes and operate aviation equipment proficiently.

Jennilyn: I worked in the telecom industry for five years in customer service and training departments making sure that our customers were satisfied with our services. Today, I stay involved in the community by driving a school bus for the Douglas County School District.

Opening a custom T-shirt shop

Big Frog Custom T-Shirts and More of Castle Rock, 4714 Milestone Lane, is a custom garment boutique that helps customers create specialized and unique designs for just about any kind of garment. The store has a graphic designer to help create that perfect design. We print not just T-shirts, but hoodies, tank tops, aprons, mouse pads, can cozies, coasters, pillow cases, blankets and more. If you want screen prints or embroidery, we can take care of those orders as well.

A big part of why we went into this was because we (mostly Tim) were ready to do something else and be our own bosses. We wanted something fun and something that allowed us to be involved in Castle Rock and surrounding communities. We stumbled onto Big Frog when we were looking at different franchises. We love Castle Rock and this is a great opportunity to get involved with and support schools, teams, churches and other great local organizations and businesses.

Outside of work

Tim: I enjoy model railroading, anything that involves airplanes and gold prospecting. Jennilyn and I go out to the mountains every now and then to prospect and have found a few great finds.  

Jennilyn: I enjoy jigsaw puzzles, reading and scrapbooking when I have the time. While I enjoy reading all sorts of novels — fiction or non-fiction — Agatha Christie and mystery holds a special place in my heart. Additionally, I have been involved with Bible study fellowship for many years.

Our mantra

Treat others with respect and be ethical in all you do. Do nothing out of rivalry or conceit but in humility consider others as more important than yourselves.

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