The Jefferson County Business Lobby — the united voice of JeffCo businesses at the Colorado State Capitol – has been busy analyzing and lobbying on several legislative proposals with an impact on our county. Below is an update on some of the most important bills the JCBL is lobbying in the first month of the legislative session.
Quickly becoming recognized as a premier family-friendly destination in Arvada, Archery Games Denver celebrated its one-year anniversary in November of 2019.
The Arvada Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce nomination forms are now available for Man and Woman of the Year. Recipients of this award will be honored at the April 1, 2020 Arvada Chamber of Commerce 69th Annual Awards Luncheon from 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM at the Arvada Center.
The Arvada Chamber of Commerce celebrated businesses, organizations and community leaders at the 95th Annual Dinner at the Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities on January 24, 2020. Find information on all the award winners, plus photos and videos of the event below.
Meet The Foot Squad! These three Arvada Chamber members specialize in foot health and have recently connected to find ways to grow their businesses together.
KeyBank, Financial Wellness/Benefits Manager. Two years in current role.
The Arvada Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the 2019 Business of the Year, Jack’s and Steamers, and Non-Profit of the Year, Colorado Homeless Families. These award winners will be honored at the Arvada Chamber of Commerce 95th Annual Dinner at the Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities on January 24.
(Above) Members of the Arvada Chamber Government Affairs Committee joined the Jefferson County Business Lobby’s Day at the Capitol 2019. By Jeff Weist, Jefferson County Business Lobby The Jefferson County Business Lobby is the united voice of JeffCo businesses at the Colorado State Capitol. We are a coalition of local chambers of commerce, business associations […]
The Arvada Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the Arvada Healthcare Alliance. Healthcare concerns are growing for our members and their families and we are focused on improving your local healthcare rates and access through the collective negotiating power of the Chamber.
We are committed to identifying local partnerships that will lead to Arvada having the healthiest workforce in Colorado. As we start 2020, we will kick off a pilot program with 30 businesses who would like to receive Direct Primary Care through Paladina.
Michael Juergens grew up in Arvada and his calling to give back to this community is more than a passing feeling. “I 100% believe in it,” he says. Juergens is an employee benefits consultant for CIA Leavitt Group, a full-service insurance agency. He says the firm is forward-thinking on solutions that benefit everyone and he has taken the same approach as an advocate for helping Arvadans become more informed and empowered when it comes to their healthcare.