Brighton EDC and Brighton Chamber Partner for 'Meet the Candidate'
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (October 4, 2018)
BRIGHTON, CO– The Brighton Economic Development Corporation, in partnership with The Greater Brighton Chamber of Commerce, will be hosting ‘Meet the Candidates.’ The event will be held on Thursday, October 11, 2018 from 5:30-7:30 at the Brighton Armory.
This nonpartisan event will be a way for Brighton residents to have time to meet candidates, learn more about their platforms and ask questions. The format for the evening will be informal to allow the community to comfortably talk to each of the candidates who attend.
Candidates who have been invited include:
Governor: Jared Polis, Walker Stapleton
Attorney General: George Brauchler, Phil Weiser
U.S. House District 6: Mike Coffman, Jason Crow, Dan Chapin
State House District 56: Rod Bockenfield, Dave Rose, Kevin Gulbranson
RTD Board: Troy Whitmore, Paul Solano
Adams County Sheriff: Rick Reigenborn, Michael McIntosh
County Commissioner District 4: Steve O’Dorisio, Joyce Thomas
Please register prior to the event here. If you have questions about registering please reach out to the Brighton EDC: 303-655-2020 or the Brighton Chamber: 303-659-0223.
About the Brighton EDC
Brighton Economic Development Corporation (BEDC) is a 501c (6) Colorado non-profit organization serving the Greater Brighton Area. BEDC is the primary agent for economic development services. BEDC offers relocation, retention and expansion assistance and support to businesses. BEDC works to expand and diversify the local tax base by facilitating the creation of quality jobs and the attraction of retail development. BEDC encourages responsible, diverse growth and development that enhances Brighton’s quality of life as a desirable place to live, work, learn and play.
About the Greater Brighton Chamber of Commerce
Founded in 1955, the Chamber has been at the center of the Brighton community, fostering an environment for business and member success since its inception. Today, the Greater Brighton Chamber of Commerce is still an integral part of the heart of the Greater Brighton area, both physically with offices housed in Historic City Hall, and functionally, serving as the primary voice for the local business community. In addition to Brighton, the Greater Brighton Chamber supports businesses in Commerce City, Reunion, Thornton, Henderson, Hudson, Lochbuie, and Denver. The Greater Brighton Chamber is a one-stop shop comprised of business networking, marketing opportunities, leadership development, business advocacy, fun events, and more. Membership not only helps build your own business, but the community as a whole. www.brightonchamber.com
About Brighton, Colorado
Founded in 1887, Brighton, Colorado is located 20 miles northeast of downtown Denver and is home to a diverse population of approximately 39,000 residents. To learn more about Brighton, visit www.brightonco.gov.