Building a Stronger Economy in 2017 As the calendar and Chamber year come to a close in the next 30 days, it is time for a look back at how this Chamber advocated for business and a stronger local economy in 2017.  Shown below are some of the notable accomplishments the organization was able to…

                                        We all hoped for a sustainable and steady recovery in 2017 and while it didn’t happen immediately it appears we will be ending the year in a stronger economic position that when we began 2017. What…

It’s banquet planning time at the Chamber and we are having a tough time corralling our excitement about Annual Banquet 2018 slated for January 26th, 6:30 PM at Two Rivers Convention Center. Invitations will be in the mail this week and the theme will then be revealed but we promise a foot-stomping good time so…

In keeping with our yet to be revealed (but soon) theme for the January 26th Chamber Annual Banquet we are seeking nominations of businesses and citizens that “go above and beyond” to help to make our community special. A panel of past recipients including those from last year, Kannah Creek Brewing Company, All Metals Welding…

The General Assembly Session hasn’t started yet but we know this will be an interesting year under the dome (election years always are!). Funding transportation, simplifying sales tax, expanding cottage industry markets, and talent attraction are just some of the issues likely to have related bills introduced. Join us for the Chamber’s Annual Trip to…

The Colorado General Assembly convenes on January 12th and the Chamber is gearing up to be the voice of business at the State Capitol in 2018. Our video conference series which offers real-time opportunities to discuss issues with our state delegation begins January 16th and will be held at the Chamber offices in the lower…

On September 22nd, the Jordan Cove Energy Project (“Jordan Cove”) and Pacific Connector Gas Pipeline (“Pacific Connector”) filed applications with the United States Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (“FERC”) for the construction and operation of a 7.8 million tonne per annum liquefied natural gas (“LNG”) export terminal in Coos Bay, Oregon and the related Pacific Connector…

Learn about what our economy will look like in ’18 ON the 18th (we wanted to make sure it was easy for you to remember!). Sponsored by Bank of Colorado, the speaker will be perennial favorite, Dr. Richard L. Wobbekind, Director of the Business Research Division and Associate Dean for MBA and Enterprise Programs at the…

The Chamber’s Annual Banquet countdown has begun and we hope many of you are already planning to join us on January 26, 2018. Invitations will be in the mail sometime during the last few days of November and by then you will know what our fun theme will be. But we hope you don’t wait…

Each and every day, people across the United States use electricity in millions of ways, usually without even having to think about it. From flipping on light switches to powering televisions and smart phones, electricity is so readily available. Electric companies have been committed to delivering clean, reliable energy to their customers in Colorado. Recently,…

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