Chris and Britney Gower are just 25 years old, but their long history with Primrose Schools starts with Chris’ life as a student when he was just four. “Primrose has been a part of my life for as long as I can remember. The social interactions and connections I made at Primrose played a huge role in shaping the person I am today,” said Chris. When Chris was 16, his parents opened their first Primrose School in the Denver area (they now own two). Chris helped out in his parent’s child care business as a teenager and continued to assist during his summers off from college. After graduating, he and Britney pursued corporate careers, but opening a Primrose School as a family business was always on their minds. When Britney left her job to join her mother-in-law at Primrose School of Ken Caryl, they came one step closer to ownership. “When I accepted the position at Primrose and saw how fun and rewarding it was to watch our students learn and grow, I knew that owning a Primrose School was the best franchise to invest in,” said Britney. Their Primrose School in Lafayette, CO opened in 2012.