Quality Utility Equipment Supply and Tools or QUEST as their known to their customers is a strong Brighton business located in the Downtown district. The team has more 60 years of combined experience and many different product lines giving them the unique ability to provide expert advice on the right tool for any job. QUEST also has one of the largest selections of tools available from mechanical cutters to the latest battery tools. After learning about the Brighton Investmen
With the Colorado legislative session wrapping up just last week, president and CEO of the Denver Metro Chamber, Kelly Brough, recaps the session with some highlights. You can check out this original article that was published on the Denver Metro Chamber's site. The legislative session came to a close last week, and while we made progress on some policy issues, like water and referring redistricting and reapportionment ballot issues, there were two critical areas we shared mo
Our partners at The Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT) and the Economic Development Council of Colorado (EDCC) are partnering once again, to highlight the significant impact that our economic development stakeholders have in our communities across the state by celebrating National Economic Development Week this week of May 7-12, 2018. You can read the original press release here. Don't forget to check out The Colorado office of Economic De
Something Brewery opened their doors in Brighton, Colorado just a little more than two years ago. In that short amount of time, the three owners David Allegrezza, Brian Castillo, and Dustin Christopher (pictured from L to R) have not only added some vibrancy to our growing Downtown District but they have also added some great beers. Earlier this year the brewery applied for our Brighton Investment Program. The program provides one-time, project related, financial assistance o
Personal income in Colorado increase by 4.1 percent in 2017, which is higher than the national average increase of 3.1 percent. Unemployment insurance claims decreased in Metro Denver, falling 27.9 percent between February and March. Additionally, the March level was 13.5 percent lower over-the-year. Metro Denver existing home sales increased 44.1 percent between February and March to 4,435 homes sold. You can see all of this data on the Metro Denver EDC Website.