Building a better business community
Information provided by the Castle Pines Chamber of Commerce; photos by Terri Wiebold
More than 150 business members and owners attended the Castle Pines Chamber of Commerce annual members luncheon at Cielo at Castle Pines last month, making it the Chamber’s highest attended luncheon to date.
The afternoon event included a farewell presentation for outgoing Executive Director Amy Shanahan, remarks about the future of the City of Castle Pines from Mayor Tera Radloff, the approval of the 2020 board of directors slate, and an awards ceremony recognizing outstanding Chamber members and businesses. Award categories included large and small business of the year, ambassador of the year, nonprofit of the year, volunteer of the year and the coveted business person of the year – which was awarded to Braden Dodds, owner of Dodds Wine Vault in The Village at Castle Pines.
Chamber Executive Director Tina Hansen, concluded the event by sharing optimistic remarks about the growth of the City of Castle Pines and the strength of community partnerships, while also encouraging members to continue to engage, connect and support each other.
To learn more about the Castle Pines Chamber of Commerce, visit www.castlepineschamber.com.