The Commerce City Chamber of Commerce is seeking a dynamic self-starter to help grow our start-up chamber. This person must be self-directed, detail oriented, have excellent computer skills to include Microsoft products and strong communication skills.
This position will initially be a part-time position at $12/$15 an hour for roughly 15-20 hours a week.
As a start-up chamber with only a few months of existence, the nature of this career opportunity is high risk/high potential reward. There is higher risk in that we are not fully established. There is higher potential reward, in that you can help shape and create this chamber and you have the opportunity to earn and create a permanent job with benefits for yourself.
To apply, call Michael Scanlon at 720-864-1786 or email michael@4CChamber.com.
Are you located in an Enterprise Zone? The state of Colorado offers a number of tax credits to companies who invest in an EZ. They include an Investment Tax Credit (3 percent for equipment purchases), Job Training, New Employee Credit ($1,100 per new job), Health Insurance ($1,000 per insured job available for the first two years in state enterprise zones), Research and Development Tax Credit (up to three percent, based on the increase of a company’s research and development expenditures within an enterprise zone during the previous two income tax years), Vacant Building Rehab, Commercial Vehicle Investment Tax Credit, and more.
Commerce City's north range has been hungry for a sit down restaurant for years now. The owners of Riverdale Wine & Spirits have opened a new restaurant, Royal Nepal. The food is fantastic! Yes, we're biased here at the Chamber - Peter and Kabita are members. Don't take our word for it. Head on over to 15550 E 103rd Pl, formerly Stellato's Deli (the sign is still above the new Royal Nepal). The authentic Nepali food is delectable, and they have Indian food too. Tell 'em the Chamber sent you!
Commerce City is seeking individuals to serve as members on the Cultural Council, Capital Improvement Projects Citizen Advisory Committee, Derby Review Board, Planning Commission and Quality Community Foundation. Visit http://www.c3gov.com/civicalerts.aspx?AID=1961 for more info.
On September 6th, 2016, a group of us set out to see if we could get 100 companies to invest $100 in the idea of starting a Chamber of Commerce in Commerce City. We set an aggressive goal of year end. We said these first 100 companies would comprise our Centennial Club.
We're pleased to announce the Centennial Club is formed. And 18 days ahead of schedule too! You can view the Centennial Club here.
One of our Centennial Club members, Sunshine Plumbing, Heating & Air, was named a 2016 Colorado Company to Watch. We salute Susan Frew and the whole team over at Sunshine for all their hard work that led up to this well deserved award. We've been watching Sunshine grow for some time, now the entire state of Colorado has been put on notice - this is a company to watch!
The Rangeview Library District is in need of a new board member. There are openings on some of the other boards Adams County has. Interested parties can learn more by clicking here: http://www.adcogov.org/citizen-advisory-boards-and-commissions
The Commerce City Chamber of Commerce salutes The Centennial Club, our first 100 members who stepped up and made the Chamber happen! Click here for a list of The Centennial Club.
We are a 501(c)6 non-profit corporation not affiliated with the city of Commerce City. Click here for the city of Commerce City (C3). As a 501(c)6 non-profit corporation serving the Commerce City community, our financial records are available for public inspection upon request.