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Virtual

NET&EDOCT6 FLYER“Come learn about updates and recent develops from your local sheriff’s office!”
Guest Speaker: Sheriff Justin E. Smith | Larimer County Sheriff’s Office

Third term Sheriff Justin Smith has over 30 years of law enforcement experience and is a 28 year veteran of the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office. Prior to being elected in 2010, Justin served in a command level role with the office for over a decade. Sheriff Smith earned both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in criminal justice and is a graduate of the FBI National Academy, the National Sheriffs Institute, and the FBI Law Enforcement Executive Development Seminar. Justin is also a former adjunct professor in criminal justice at Colorado State University.

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“Business Recovery grants and loans – SBA EIDL, PPP loans and loan forgiveness, the new Energize Colo GAP fund, etc. SBDC areas of emphasis, to help the biz owner in these unique times – marketing, financial/cash management, legal, and business buying/selling.”

Guest Speaker: Mike O’Connell | Director, Larimer County SBDC

In 2001, O’Connell purchased Mountain Woods Furniture (MWF), a leading national designer/manufacturer of rustic hand-crafted furniture, and co-owned and profitably operated that business until its’ sale in December 2011. MWF’s products were sold through Cabelas, national furniture e-tailers, furniture stores, and resorts and lodges desiring a rustic style. He provided over 6,000 paychecks to American manufacturing workers during his ownership of MWF. Prior to MWF, he worked in a variety of executive sales, marketing, and business unit management positions, including eleven years with Victor Industries, North America’s third-largest manufacturer of metal cutting and welding equipment. O’Connell has a business degree with a marketing emphasis from Purdue University.

He became Larimer Center Director in 2013, and by 2016 the Center was one of the top-performing centers in the State. “Our goal is to help maximize the economic the potential of small businesses in Larimer county, through street-smart business education and connection to useful resources.”


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Wellington Chamber is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

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Wellington Chamber is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting

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“Come learn about exciting news and updates from the Wellington Fire Department!”
Guest Speaker: Gary L. Green | Fire Chief of Wellington Fire Protection District

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Location:

Owl Canyon Coffee - 3745 Cleveland Avenue, 80549 Wellington, CO US

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“As a woman, and as a business owner, what do you need to make sure you are protected, both personally and professionally?”
Guest Speaker: Jami Sterkel Owner & Agent, Integrity Insurance Specialist

After being in the insurance industry for several years Jami Sterkel decided to open her own agency right here in Wellington. Providing HOME, AUTO, LIFE, COMMERCIAL, and WORKERS COMP insurance, to families, individuals, and businesses throughout Colorado and Arizona. With nearly 30 years of experience in customer service and sales, she has a strong passion for helping people, making sure they are getting what is best for their individual needs. Jami is a Colorado native, a wife, and a mother of three, who has lived in and around the Wellington area her entire life. Jami’s love for her community shines through in her support of community activities, organizations, and local businesses, from coaching youth teams, to her role in supporting business networking organizations, and serving on the Wellington Area Chamber of Commerce board


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1st National Bank of Wellington - 4100 Harrison Avenue, 80549 Wellington, Colorado US

NEW MEMBER ORIENTATION

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“Where Business, Community & Service Come Together!”

Want to know what NEW benefits have been added to YOUR investment level?
Don’t miss out on FREE marketing and advertising opportunities that are included with most of the levels. We are also planning on introducing some NEW educational and business resources this year with the Town Of Wellington!!

Meet our new Board Members, visit with our Ambassadors & Membership Committee and make the most of your investment!!

MISSION: Our mission is to maximize the opportunity for success of Wellington area businesses, to promote the growth of Chamber-member and new businesses, and to enhance the quality of life in our community. We envision an energetic, family-oriented local community with a thriving economy that attracts and retains primary employers, and engages citizens and visitors with local activities and first-class amenities.

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Location:

Wellington Colorado Main Streets - 3749 Harrison Avenue, 80549 Wellington, CO US

Chamber Afterhours 01Check out the new office and learn about their 2020 Projects & Events!
The new office is located one block North of Cleveland Avenue on the corner of 3rd Street and Harrison Avenue, directly behind Sol De Jaliso Mexican Restuarant.

Thursday, March 12th from 5:30 – 7:30 pm
Wellington CO Main Streets: 3749 Harrison Avenue | Wellington

For more information, please contact Linda Kinzli at (970) 568-3600


Location:

Owl Canyon Coffee - 3745 Cleveland Avenue, 80549 Wellington, CO US

WOWMARCH18TH2020 FB“Essential Things Every Woman Should Know About Her Car.”
Building a relationship with your car! (Bring your car owners manual)
Guest Speakers: Linda & Sara Knaack

 

Linda Knaack married into the automotive world 23 years ago and her daughter Sara was born into it 21 years ago. The pair have spent countless hours in the garage working alongside John (husband and father), an ASE L1 Advanced Level Specialist and Master Certified Technician, to repair and maintain their personal fleet of vehicles. In mid-October 2017 the family was presented with the opportunity to open their own automotive repair facility in their hometown of Wellington, CO and leaped at the chance. Approximately two weeks later on November 1st, 2017 the doors were opened, and business was up and running. Linda and Sara immediately took on the role of service advisors and climbed the steep learning curve of estimating and part sourcing for nearly every type of vehicle on the road. As the mother and daughter duo delved deeper into their business an awareness arose that many people are leery to go into an automotive repair facility and are more so to ask questions. We understand that vehicles are personal and are ultimately a means of freedom and livelihood for many. Our mission is to help our customers understand their vehicles better and to break down the barriers that exist for women in male-dominated fields. In a desire to help our local community and loyal customers, we seek to educate and advise what to look for when you go to a mechanic, tire shop, and/or oil change facility. We also want to share what questions people should ask and how to watch out for the Service Advisor Bully.


Location:

Taco Johns - 7910 6th Street, 80549 Wellington, CO US

NET&EDMeetingMARCH3 Copy“Town efforts to support business development, retention and expansion.”
Guest Speaker: Michelle Vance / Economic Development Director

Michelle Vance is currently the Economic Development Director for the Town of Wellington. In her capacity, she is responsible for creating and implementing various economic development strategies, including business development, retention, expansion, and small business support. She enjoys partnerships with the Wellington Area Chamber of Commerce, Wellington Main Streets Program, and other entities to promote business and economic development interests within the community. Michelle joined the Town in June 2019 from the Tehachapi Valley Recreation & Park District, District Manager. She graduated from California State University Bakersfield where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Public Policy Administration with a concentration in marketing. Further, she has taken several advanced courses while attending the MPA program at Cal State University Bakersfield. Michelle is also a member of the Larimer County Workforce Development Board, Business Retention & Expansion Team, Regional Economic Development Initiative and the Wellington & Fort Collins Chamber of Commerce. Michelle lives in Wellington with her husband Rick and has two children Wyatt (25) and Kelsey (23).