Colo. couple works to increase opportunities for people with disabilities

Craig Kennedy -- who became disabled because of a 1996 ski accident -- and his wife, Andrea, run Access Anything, a Steamboat Springs, Colo., company that provides adaptive-sports camps and reworks just about any sport for people with disabilities. Kennedy said his frustration with businesses in the mountain resort town not providing better access to people with disabilities was what inspired him to start the venture. "For us, it's now more about educating and letting them know good access is good business," he said.

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