Commuting Solutions and the Northwest Chamber Alliance to Host 8th Legislative Breakfast

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
November 28, 2016

Contact: Audrey DeBarros, Executive Director Commuting Solutions
Tel: 303-330-4939
audrey@commutingsolutions.org

Commuting Solutions and the Northwest Chamber
Alliance to Host 8th Legislative Breakfast

LOUISVILLE, Colo— Business leaders and elected officials from the Northwest region will gather on Thursday, January 5 for the 8th Legislative Breakfast. The breakfast will be hosted by Commuting Solutions, in partnership with the Northwest Chamber Alliance, and will feature a keynote address from Governor Hickenlooper.

This year’s breakfast will focus on the future of transportation in the Northwest region and the transportation priorities for the 2017 legislative session, as will impacts of effective transportation on the region’s economic growth. Louisville Mayor Bob Muckle and Lori Frasier, Senior Vice President, Strategy and Performance Management at Key Equipment Finance, will join the breakfast as guest speakers, and Amelia Earhart of 9NEWS will be this year’s guest emcee.

The breakfast will be held at the Omni Interlocken Hotel on Thursday, January 5 from 7:30-9:30 a.m. The cost to attend is $75 for members of Commuting Solutions, the Broomfield Chamber of Commerce, the Boulder Chamber of Commerce and the Longmont Chamber of Commerce and $90 for non-members. Registration can be completed through January 4 by visiting http://bit.ly/2eTlEBp.

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About Commuting Solutions:
Commuting Solutions is dedicated to delivering innovative transportation options that connect commuters to their workplaces, businesses to their employees, and residents to their communities. Through advocacy for infrastructure and transportation improvements, partnerships and education, we create progressive, flexible transportation solutions. Be part of the progress along US 36, visit commutingsolutions.org.

About the Northwest Chamber Alliance:
The Northwest Chamber Alliance was formed in 2016 as a coalition focused on regional issues that impact economic vitality and quality of life. It is currently comprised of the Boulder, Broomfield and Longmont Chambers, representing approximately 2,400 businesses made up of 100,000 employees. These businesses range from large international corporations to small businesses, startups, nonprofits and public institutions.