Black History Month 2022

Black History Month

In honor of Black History Month 2022, the Boulder Chamber of Commerce invites you to join us in celebrating and recognizing our Black-owned and led businesses in Boulder County.  

The Equity Amplification Program is a special engagement opportunity for Black-owned businesses launched in March 2021 that the Boulder Chamber developed in conjunction with Equity Solutions. 

The Equity Amplification Program supports special marketing for Black-owned business members throughout their first year of membership, as well as specific programming developed with our partners to further understand how the Boulder Chamber can support their organizations. Program includes the complimentary memberships, underwritten by the Boulder Chamber, the Anchor Point Foundation and other partners. 

Check out members of the Equity Application Members: 

Adderly Grant-Lord (AdderlyArt)

Amirah Counts, Realtor ®, West + Main Homes  

Ann Cooper, RE/MAX Of Boulder 

Authentic Creations Artistic Apothecary 

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Rocky Mountain Realtors

Carol Banks Design 

Delta Developmental 

Justice Reskill 

Lisbeth Joe

Maids and Beyond 

Mateo 

McCord Consulting Group 

Mini Money Management

NAACP Boulder County 

Outworld Brewing 

The Alternative Board of Northern Colorado 

Writing to Change the Narrative (Nyasha Williams) 

For a full list of Black-owned and led businesses in Boulder County, click here. 

Businesses listed on the Boulder County Black-owned Business List may receive their first year of Boulder Chamber membership free. Please email membership@boulderchamber.com to learn more. 

The Boulder County Black-Owned Business list was created as part of Equity Solutions’ Colorado BIPOC Diversity Project, which aims to create a supportive network for the state’s Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) community members, while amplifying underrepresented voices and empowering BIPOC leadership and entrepreneurship within and across our state. List members include local Black-owned businesses offering a range of services and products, including restaurants, home improvement, childcare, arts, wellness, and professional or business services. Click here to add your business to the list.   

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