- At our Women's Night of Networking we opened nominations for Sept 6 Women Who Light the Community! Submit by July 1… https://t.co/1MEAaB9sbE,
- New Job Posting: Personal Trainer - https://t.co/SwHOdpLI6x,
- Get out and enjoy the sun this summer! View list of #Boulder restaurants with patios from our friends @VisitBoulder! https://t.co/h73ym4DSaN,
- Boulder Chamber member @NamasteSolar has raised $3.1 million and is preparing to open a clean-energy credit union. https://t.co/DR1BiMkd15,
- Now taking entries for 2017 Esprit Venture Challenge pres. by @ColoradoPERA! Startups vie for $10k in pitch contest… https://t.co/1yXQ7kaScW,
- Centers for Gastroenterology plans move within Greeley
GREELEY — Centers for Gastroenterology has signed a lease for a 4,000-square-foot, build-to-suit medical office building within the Mountain Vista Office Park, relocating within the city of Greeley. When the building at 8225 W. 20th St. is completed this October, the health-care provider will move from 7251 W. 20th St. It also operates clinics in Fort Collins and Loveland, as well as Wyoming and Nebraska. It also provides hospital services for McKee Medical Center, Medical Center of the Rockies and Poudre Valley Hospital. The centers provide services in the diagnosis, management and endoscopic treatment of diseases affecting the digestive system. J&J Property Management in Greeley, led by Larry Buckendorf, is in the process of acquiring the land from DS Investments LLC where J&J Construction/Journey Homes, another company with which Buckendorf is affiliated, will construct the building. Stuart Thomas of Cushman & Wakefield’s Healthcare Practice Group represented the tenant, and Jake Hallauer and Ryan Schaefer of Chrisland Real Estate Cos. represented the landlord in the lease transaction. “Centers for Gastroenterology will be a great addition to this professional office park,” Hallauer said. “The momentum in this location has picked up since the beginning of 2017, and we believe we will continue to see more activity in the area given the other medical, commercial and residential development in west Greeley.”
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- Cheyenne hospital explores affiliation with larger health-care system
CHEYENNE — The Cheyenne Regional Medical Center is moving ahead with plans to affiliate with a larger health-care system. The Wyoming Tribune Eagle reports that representatives from three health-care systems — Centura Health, HCA/HealthONE and UCHealth — went to Cheyenne earlier this month and told hospital leaders about their operations and how they could meet CRMC’s expectations in a partnership. CRMC is seeking a management-services agreement that will aloow it to offer better care for patients and handle the rising costs of health-care in general.
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- Craft brewers concoct special beer for Longmont Startup Week
LONGMONT — Craft brewers in Longmont have joined forces to brew up something special for Longmont Startup Week that will take place in late July. The beer, called The Wannapreneur, was created as a way to celebrate and give back to the Longmont startup community. A portion of every Wannapreneur sold will be donated to the Longmont Ignite! Fund, a fund established by community members to make grants available to early stage startups in Longmont. The breweries include 300 Suns, Oskar Blues, Left Hand Brewery, Open Door Brewery, Skeye Brewing, Shoes & Brews, Wibby Brewing, The Pumphouse, Grossen Bart, and Bootstrap Brewing. St. Vrain Cidery is part of the collaboration, however due to liquor licensing, is not able to serve The Wannapreneur. To sign up for The Wannapreneur Keg Tapping and Opening Party, or to learn more about Longmont Startup Week, visit http://longmont.startupweek.co.
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