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Greenhorn Valley Chamber Plans Summer Events
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The Greenhorn Valley Chamber of Commerce knows how to get the business communities' attention. Plans are underway for a huge barbeque meet and greet for late August, to be held at the beautiful Greenhorn Park Pavilion. The barbeque will be thrown by the Chamber with the Chamber paying for everything. Foods will be purchased from Chamber member restaurants and stores. Businesses may be asked to have their staff serve their products, so that they can get some free exposure for their featured foods. Local entertainment will be provided and there will be a raffle. This is for all Chamber members or interested businesses, although tickets may have to be limited to business owners or designated persons from the business. Please RSVP by August 14th, 2019. The barbeque is to introduce the concept of the meet and greets or networking time the Chamber plans to start holding monthly. These events will be held in the evenings at the Greenhorn Valley library so that business people can attend.

Mike Bowler, Chamber vice-president, who has been manning the Chamberís telephone calls, reports there are several calls daily from people seeking information about the area. 5280 Magazine has been in contact, wanting information about the Greenhorn Valley's best features. The magazine wants to publish an article on hidden treasures in our area. This would be included in a scenic byways issue the magazine is putting together for publications this fall.

5280 is an award winning guide providing reviews of culture, politics, dining, and living well in Denver. Founded in 1993, 5280 is the largest local magazine in Colorado. Its stories often make national headlines, and it has been nominated for four National Magazine awards. The magazine often features Colorado businesses, and runs restaurant lists and reviews. The Chamber feels this could be a huge boost to the Greenhorn Valley to have a feature in the 5280 magazine.

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