In keeping with our yet to be revealed (but soon) theme for the January 25th 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…

Proposition 112, the proposal for 2,500-foot setbacks went down to defeat at the polls, much to the relief of many in the oil and gas industry. That doesn’t mean there will not be further activity on this issue next year but for now, planning and development for managing oil and gas activity in 2019 is…

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 2019. Our video conference series which offers real-time opportunities to discuss issues with our state delegation begins January 15th and will be held at the Chamber offices in the lower…

The Chamber’s Annual Banquet countdown has begun and we hope many of you are already planning to join us on January 25, 2019. Invitations will be sent early in December and by then you will know what our fun theme will be. But we hope you don’t wait a whole month to jump on board…

Will 2019 look more like 2017 or 2018? Find out on Monday, December 17th, 12:00 PM at the Mesa County Workforce Center. Sponsored by Title Sponsor: Bank of Colorado, Featured Sponsors: Shear, Inc. and Bray Real Estate. The speaker will be perennial favorite, Dr. Richard L. Wobbekind, Director of the Business Research Division and Associate…

  According to recent data from www.youreconomy.org almost 83% of all businesses in the Grand Junction MSA have less than ten employees. One would think that we don’t need to be reminded to shop with these businesses this holiday season. But we do. Deloitte University is predicting that e-commerce sales will rise 17 to 19%…

The Chamber’s Annual Banquet countdown has begun and we hope many of you are already planning to join us on January 25, 2019. Invitations will be sent the end of November and by then you will know what our fun theme will be. But we hope you don’t wait a whole month to jump onboard…

  Proposition 112 is a statutory ballot measure that, if passed, will establish a 2,500 foot setback between new oil and gas development and occupied structures or other vulnerable areas. Our next Energy Briefing on October 17th, 12:00 PM at the DoubleTree Hotel will feature a point/counterpoint discussion of the merits of this proposal. Presenting…

Yes, we know the leaves are just beginning to turn and we have an entire holiday season to enjoy but planning is already underway for the 2019 Chamber Annual Banquet slated for January 25th! We invite our members to get involved in several ways: Join the Auction Committee and help us make the Chamber’s Auction…

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