Pitchengine, Lifekey relocating to Jackson, WY

JACKSON HOLE, WYO —Buckrail founder and serial entrepreneur Jason Kintzler is packing up Pitchengine and headed to Jackson.

According to Wyoming Business Report, Kintzler is making a personal and company move from Riverton to Jackson after divesting himself of the last of a handful of community news streams he launched with the sale of County 10 earlier this year.

Kintzler’s operation is now lean and mean and down to Pitchengine (a digital public relations tool) and his newest venture, Lifekey (wearable technology).

“While we love our state, doing what we do from a place like Wyoming isn’t always easy. That’s why I’m happy we made the decision to stay and plant the flag in Jackson,” Kintzler stated on social media. “Mostly though, I’m looking forward to what it brings for my family, our colleagues and the business. It’s the right thing at the right time.”

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