• Colorado Business Hall of Fame

    Join us on January 28, 2016 for the 27th annual Colorado Business Hall of Fame at the Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center. This black tie event 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 Colorado Business Hall of Fame laureates provide inspiration for the next generation as they take the reins of leadership in the years to come.

    The 2016 laureates to be inducted at this year’s event are
    Ellie and George Caulkins
    Anne Evans
    The Fulenwider Family
    Enos Mills and F.O. Stanley
    Larry A. Mizel
    Ron Williams

    Click here to register. For information about attending or sponsoring the 2016 Colorado Business Hall of Fame, please contact Shawna Mounsey at 303-260-6286.

    Click here to nominate a Colorado Business Hall of Fame laureate.

    Learn more about all of the Colorado Business Hall of Fame laureates by visiting www.ColoradoBusinessHallofFame.org.

    Thanks to the 2016 Colorado Business Hall of Fame Sponsors

    Underwritten by: UMB Bank

    Video Vignette Event Sponsor:  Fidelity Investments

    General Reception Sponsor: IMA Financial

    Dessert Reception Sponsor: Lockton Companies, LLC

    Entertainment Sponsor: Comcast

    Event Sponsors: ColoradoBiz Magazine, Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center

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