Another election?  Didn’t we just have one or three?  The answer is yes and for voters in Grand Junction the last election was just a short five months ago.  However, we have another election day, November 7th on the horizon with some significant races, in the offing, that will impact business. Three of the five…

The new academic year has started at CMU and there is definitely a palpable energy in the air with the return of so many students to the community. Over the past few weeks, members of the various CMU 20000 subcommittees have been very active in brainstorming and beginning various projects that can bring the Community…

By now I hope that all business owners are aware that November’s ballot brings two critical measures aimed at funding our K-12 education system: a bond for much-needed facility maintenance and facility improvements within School District 51, and a mill levy override that adds more days to the school year and additional funds for curriculum…

The Chamber’s Board Nominating Committee met and is presenting a slate of directors who will be appointed to serve a four-year term on the Board with approval from the members. They are shown below: Kimberly Clemmer, Clemmer Welding, LLC Jerome Gonzales – JG Management Systems, Inc. Mark Miller, Ed Bozarth Chevrolet & Buick, Inc. Chris…

The Mesa County Business Education Foundation in association with School District 51 sponsors a program that requires little of your time but can make a world of difference and potentially change the life of a child. Each Wednesday afternoon beginning in October volunteers are needed to work one on one for about 40 minutes with…

The Grand Junction Area Chamber conducted a short survey of its members recently to get their views on what is happening with the local economy. For the first time since late 2008, a majority (58%) of the 180 respondents indicated they thought the economy had been getting better for the past six months. Looking ahead…

The “Great Golf Ball Drop” is an event and opportunity that is open to everyone whether you play golf or not. The concept is simple, you buy a ball ($10 for one or $25 for three), we put your number on it and on the day of the event we drop the purchased balls above…

The following companies recently invested in the Chamber, demonstrating strong support of the Chamber’s efforts to drive the region’s economy. A Balanced Core Lifestyle, LLC Terrie Knoll – (970) 216-9361 www.abclifestyle411.com Health and Wellness Chrome Mosquito and Pest Control Courtney Williams – (970) 300-3307 www.chromepest.com Pest Control Services Grand Valley Transit 525 S 6th St…

The Chamber Energy Briefing Series, sponsored by WBS Coatings begins the fall series with a presentation by Stan Dempsey, Colorado Mining Association President and COO on August 9th, 12:00 PM at the DoubleTree by Hilton. He will be discussing the current state of mining in the state and how public policy at all levels may…

What’s in a Name? As many of you know, the Chamber has assumed the role of catalyst, convener, and champion of “CMU 20000.” CMU20000 is an economic development and skilled workforce initiative that will grow Colorado Mesa University to 15,000 students and will engage 5,000 community supporters. It means new jobs and hundreds of millions…

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