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Boulder, Latino Chambers seek input from minority-, veteran- and women-owned businesses on COVID recovery

Boulder, Latino Chambers seek input from minority-, veteran- and women-owned businesses on COVID recovery

Staff and board members of the chambers will listen in to better understand the most effective response strategies to help meet their needs and achieve long-term recovery, said John Tayer, Boulder Chamber president and CEO.
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Longmont Local: High County Bank comes to city

Longmont Local: High County Bank comes to city

The oldest bank in Colorado, with roots that date back to 1886, was looking to expand beyond locations like Salida, Buena Vista, and Canon City.
Celebrating small: Art, music and more put focus on local businesses to kickoff holiday season

Celebrating small: Art, music and more put focus on local businesses to kickoff holiday season

Downtown felt festive for Small Business Saturday as Longmont Downtown Development Authority aimed to remind people to shop small and local as the coronavirus pandemic continues to take its toll on businesses and restaurants.
Thinking small: LDDA has weekend full of events planned to encourage local shopping, spending

Thinking small: LDDA has weekend full of events planned to encourage local shopping, spending

Small Business Weekend will entail three days of things to do downtown, according to the LDDA website. Activities will include the holiday tree lighting, ice carving demonstrations, seasonal decorations, music, roaming holiday characters, giveaways and complimentary ornaments, as well as artist pop-ups.
As it salutes local businesses in time of pandemic, this year's Longmont Chamber Jubilee comes with a box full of joy

As it salutes local businesses in time of pandemic, this year's Longmont Chamber Jubilee comes with a box full of joy

“We decided to make a pretty big strategic shift in the design of this event to kind of make it, COVID-proof,” said Karen Stallard, the Longmont Area Chamber of Commerce’s membership director.
Holiday rush at Longmont liquor stores no match for COVID sales spike

Holiday rush at Longmont liquor stores no match for COVID sales spike

New realities are hitting the wine and spirits industry in 2020. Sales are up at stores across the local area but trends are unpredictable and many distributors have experienced shortages. While holidays typically bring a boost in sales, the transactions now occur over a number of days instead of one or two.
Polis: Defiant restaurants could lose licenses

Polis: Defiant restaurants could lose licenses

"Every business in the state of Colorado needs to follow our laws and, whether you agree with it or not, in red counties, not having indoor dining is the law of Colorado. Any type of business that violates a health order, whether it's hepatitis, salmonella or COVID ... could lose their license to operate." 
Longmont Local: Sascha’s Seasonings spices up the holidays

Longmont Local: Sascha’s Seasonings spices up the holidays

Small scale, craft spice reseller shares his love of food through spices blends.
Hilton Garden Inn comes to Longmont

Hilton Garden Inn comes to Longmont

The hotel hit a few bumps in the road on the way to opening, which was originally planned for late September or early October, but is open now in Harvest Junction.