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Denver Metro Chamber Announces 2019 Business Award Finalists

Nominations are for green, small, startup, minority or women-owned businesses and small and large nonprofits


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Recognizing businesses and nonprofits in the Denver metro area, 18 organizations were honored as finalists for the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce 2019 Business Awards, presented by BOK Financial

“Each year, we're thrilled to honor the best in business and this year's Business Awards finalists are no exception,” says Kelly Brough Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce president and CEO. “These organizations make an impact on more than our economy – they shape our community.” 

Recognized in the categories of green business, minority or woman-owned business, small business, start-up business and small and large nonprofit, winners will be named live at the Business Awards on May 1 at Infinity Park. 

The categories for the awards include:

For more than 150 years, the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce has been a leading voice for Colorado’s business community. With a membership that spans the state and includes 3,000 businesses and their 300,000 employees, it acts as an effective advocate for small and large businesses. 

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