Colorado Business Hall of Fame
The Colorado Business Hall of Fame provides Junior Achievement and the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce with an opportunity to recognize our state’s most respected leaders for their commitment and investment in the community.
Colorado Business Hall of Fame laureates are part of a league of outstanding individuals who have made legendary contributions to the free enterprise system. Through their actions and accomplishments, the 130 Colorado Business Hall of Fame Laureates provide inspiration for the next generation as they take the reins of leadership in the years to come.
Nominations are currently being accepted for 2015 Colorado Business Hall of Fame inductees. Simply fill out the nomination form on our Colorado Business Hall of Fame website or contact Shawna Robbins at 303-260-6286.
The 25th anniversary of this historic event, held on January 30, 2014, featured a keynote by Arthur C. Brooks. A special performance by the Curious Theatre Company brought the cumulative contributions of the laureates to life and provided an occasion to celebrate the promising future they guaranteed for our great state.
Mark your calendars for the 2015 event that will be held on January 29 at the Hyatt Regency Denver at Convention Center. Tables start at $3,000 and individual tickets are $300 each. Contact Shawna Robbins at 303-260-6286 for more information.
Learn more about all of the Colorado Business Hall of Fame laureates by visiting www.ColoradoBusinessHallofFame.org.
Thanks to the 2014 Colorado Business Hall of Fame Sponsors
Underwritten by: UMB Bank
Multimedia Sponsor: Monfort College of Business at the University of Northern Colorado
General Reception Sponsor: Staples
Champagne and Dessert Reception Sponsor: IMA Financial
Entertainment Sponsor: Lockton Companies, LLC
Event Sponsors: Al’s Formal Wear, ColoradoBiz Magazine, The Hyatt Regency Denver at Convention Center and PURE Communications
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