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SERVING THE BUSINESS COMMUNITY SINCE 1955

REPRESENTING 25,778 MEMBER EMPLOYEES

FEB 3RD TIME: 9AM - 12PM

Your Chamber Supporting & Promoting Our Community

Chamber facilitates collaboraon to bring Fallen Officers Run to Douglas County Lifestyle Expo Boulder Running Company, Castle Rock Chamber and Stridemob have joined forces to bring you the Zackari Parrish 5k Run/Walk #BacktheBlue race on Saturday, February 3rd at the Douglas County Events Center. The run will coincide with the Castle Rock Chamber's Douglas County Lifestyle Expo. Vendor Registration for the Expo is open and booths are going fast! Register today to be part of this huge community-wide event. The Zackari Parrish 5k Run/Walk was inspired by the sacrifice of Deputy Parrish and his Douglas County brothers behind the badge by Erin Dilbeck. Portions from the run will benefit the Parrish Family as well as the Fallen Officers fund. Showcase Your Business at the Expo, reach thousands in one day! Purchase a Booth at https://castlerock.org/dc-lifestyle-expo/ 1

JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2018

Your Chamber Supports Small Businesses at Expo

this issue CEO Le er P.2 Board of Directors P.4 DCBA Day at the Capitol P.3 Networking Events P.5 Events Manager Farewell P.6 Stop the Bleed P.7 Third Tech Tuesday P.8 Biz Builder Trainings P. 8 Downtown Events P.9 Poli.cal Advocacy P.11 Members Only Highlights P.13 Adver.se in Livability P.14 Ribbon Cu4ngs P. 15 Women’s Luncheon P. 19 Leadership Update P. 22

AND MUCH MORE!


CEO FOCUS with Pam Ridler, President & CEO Just Breathe I’m probably like you, make a list of all the things I want to get accomplished in a day, week or in 2018 and then check the accom‐ plishments off the list. And now onto the next item on the list. How‐ ever, I also know that I need to take a breath, review, evaluate and don’t forget to celebrate my Teams accomplishments and see what we can do better with those things that have challenged us through‐ out the previous year. The Chamber Board of Directors, other volunteer leadership and staff will be doing that exact thing at the end of January by reviewing and strategizing on short and long‐term goals and use strategic methods to move the Chamber organization and our business com‐ munity forward always looking for continual improvement. Under the leadership of our chairman, Bernie Greenberg we have made some major leaps for long and short‐term return on our invest‐ ments. A newly created Castle Rock Chamber Foundation has come to fruition with the purpose to assist us in charitable giving focused to help us raise funding needed to expand and improve programs such as workforce development‐Talent Pipeline DC, Leadership Douglas County, business development programming, signature events and maintaining our historic building, the Victoria House. Another part of our 2017 business plan focused on the Castle Rock Chamber becoming nationally accredited by the US Chamber of Commerce which defines high standards of excellence in the Cham‐ ber industry. The board and staff completed our submission at the end of December and will be awaiting the outcome of this lengthy process which creates measurement achievement models to assist in the upgrading and improvement of our programming. Our Chamber exists for the success of your business. It’s only through the actions and support of our members that our Chamber has been successful in the past and will continue to be successful in 2018. This year will bring plenty of excitement and challenges for all of us. I encourage you to be a part of the success of our business community and your chamber, contact us so that we can help con‐ nect you with a program, event or an area of interest to you.

Take Poli.cal Ac.on There Are Many Ways to Get Involved! The Chamber’s Government Interests Commi ee (GIC) provides our business community with a proac.ve voice and advocate regarding governmental issues; and promotes economic interests, which contributes to the quality of life of Castle Rock. This program facilitates communica.on and educa.on between the business community, local, and state governments. A variety of elected officials, concerned members and businesspeople meet to discuss and clarify issues that are affec.ng our community today, tomorrow and in the future. Quarterly Horizon Luncheons also offer an opportunity to make connec.ons with our community leaders. Each luncheon features guest speakers to help keep you up-to-date on the local community, business hot topics, statewide informa.on and much more.

Contact Pam@CastleRock.org for more informaon. CHAMBER’S ANNUAL BANQUET & AWARDS CEREMONY

SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 2018 DENVER MARRIOTT SOUTH AT PARK MEADOWS Pam Ridler, Chamber President/CEO 2

More Info: CastleRock.org


POLITICAL ADVOCACY, REPRESENTING BUSINESS TO GOVERNMENT Thank you to Sky Ridge Medical Center for hosng the Douglas County Business Alliance 2018 Pre Legislave Kick off on January 5, 2018.

President Level: Guaranty Bank Colorado Community Media

IREA Sky Ridge Medical Center Execu.ve Level: Black Hills Energy Douglas County Living Pepsi Sam’s Club

DCBA DAY AT THE CAPITOL Wednesday, March 14, 2018 Time 7:30-9 AM State Capitol (200 E Colfax Ave, Denver, CO 80203) RSVP to jvanderburg@capstonegroupllc.com

DCBA has been established to promote a unified effort of certain Chambers of Commerce and Economic Development Councils of Douglas County to lead and influence state and federal policy, legislation and regulation to create and/or enhance a positive business climate for the business community of Douglas County. Learn more at www.DouglasCountyBusinessAlliance.com. The Douglas County Business Alliance is representatives from the following organizations:

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Castle Rock Chamber of Commerce Castle Rock Economic Development Council Highlands Ranch Chamber of Commerce Northwest Douglas County Economic Development Commission Parker Chamber of Commerce South Metro Denver Chamber 3

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Entrepreneur Level: ANB Bank Bellco Brookside Inn Castle Rock Advenst Hospital Castle Rock Development Co Medved Autoplex Castle Rock Outlets at Castle Rock Patriot Enterprises, Inc. Premier Level: Arapahoe Community College Buff City Soap Chuck & Don's Pet Food Supplies Colorado Living Douglas County Libraries Emporium, The ENT Credit Union Firstbank- Douglas County Folkestad, Fazekas, Barrick & Patoile, P.C.

GroovyTek Kaiser Permanente Leaf Guard Life.me Windows & Siding/ Life.me Solar Solu.ons Nytech Hea.ng & Cooling Olinger-Dignity Memorial One Clear Choice Garage Doors OrangeTheory Fitness-Castle Rock Plumbline Services, Inc RE/MAX Alliance-The Kirk Team Renewal By Andersen State Farm-David Topolnicki Yoga Pod


2017-18 Board of Directors

Chamber Staff Pam Ridler President & CEO Pam@castlerock.org Melissa Mares Director of Communica.ons Melissa@castlerock.org Alicia Early Membership Development Director Alicia@castlerock.org

The Castle Rock Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors are made up of representa.ves from private and nonprofit business sectors and are leaders in our community. They represent the broad diversity of our membership and contribute significant amounts of .me, talent, and energy to ensure the growing business vitality of Douglas County, Colorado. Execuve CommiFee: Bernie Greenberg, Chairman Kokish & Goldmanis P.C.

Brock Goodwin, Mutual of Omaha Nadine Kirk, RE/MAX Alliance Linda Watson Kolstad Sky Ridge Medical Center Mike McNairy Creave Colors Internaonal Andrea Nyquist, Outlets at Castle Rock Michelle Peck TMMC Property Management Abby Tardiff, ANB Bank

Mark Michael, Chair-Elect Versality Creave Group

Julie Voorhees Keller Williams Acon Realty

Aaron Fort, Treasurer Fort & Company CPA

Tom Waymire, Guaranty Bank

John Manka, Immediate Past Chair 1Stop Tire & Auto

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Directors:

Frank Gray, President/CEO Castle Rock EDC

Jill Dustman Coe White Construcon Group

Pam Ridler, President/CEO Castle Rock Chamber

Nick Lucey, NickLucey.com

James Townsend George Teal Councilmen, Town of Castle Rock

Todd Folkenberg Castle Rock Advenst Health Campus Jill Garber, Arapahoe Community College

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OPEN POSITION Now Hiring/Event Manager Sue Turner Office Administrator Sue@castlerock.org Carrie Buchan Program Manager: Leadership Douglas County CLBuchan.co@gmail.com Jolene Richardson Membership Services Jolene@castlerock.org Daune O’Connell Visitor Center Coordinator Daune@castlerock.org

Contact Jolene to Learn More!


UPCOMING NETWORKING EVENTS Chamber is Now Accepting Volunteers to serve on the Nominating Committee for the Board of Directors

FEB 8 7:30 AM —9:00 AM

1161 S Perry St #100 Castle Rock, CO 80104

If you are interested in serving on the Board of Directors Nominating Committee, please email our past chair‐ man, John Manka (john@manka.us). Directors of the Chamber board are selected through a process called for in the Chamber bylaws. The Nomi‐ nating Committee presents nominations for the Castle Rock Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors to the Board for consideration.

JAN 17 5 PM—7 PM

501 Wilcox Street Castle Rock, CO 80104

Any current Chamber member in good standing is eligible to apply and be considered for the Board of Directors. View Board of Directors Requirements then complete online application if you are interested. The applications will then be reviewed by the Chamber’s Nominating Committee.

FEB 21 5 PM—7 PM

Promenade Locaon 5944 Promenade Parkway

Castle Rock, CO 80108 5

https://castlerock.org/ chamber‐overview/


Two Outstanding Ambassadors!

Kevin McHugh Ambassador of the Year! Footprints Floors Bre Turner 180 Branding The Castle Rock Chamber proudly honors BreF Turner, 180 Branding as our December Ambassador of the month! Bre has lived in Castle Rock for over 20 years, and has become very involved in the community. There is no such thing as a stranger to Bre . Everyone is just a friend he hasn’t met yet! He enjoys travel, cruises, .me with family and friends, and mee.ng new people. He is the owner and operator of 180 Branding, which opened in 2008 and is a print, promo.onal and heirloom giR business; including aluminum photo panels. He thoroughly enjoys teaching others about the things he can create, and tries to educate clients. He’s built rela.onships with some of the best suppliers, printers, manufacturers and apparel decorators, which results in excellent quality with compe..ve pricing and turnaround. He started the business with hands-on experience, which assists him with educa.ng his clients on why produc.on facili.es work the way they do, as well as choosing the best apparel, decora.on method, paper products and the various methods to u.lize to get the most impact on the products. He is ge4ng ready to introduce a new e-commerce site allowing customers a way to shop, research, compare and order online while saving money and having the ability to track their own order and stay informed. Bre has been an ambassador for the Castle Rock Chamber of Commerce since 2013. He enjoys volunteering for events where he can meet new people to call friends!

Congratulaons BreF on your outstanding contribuons!

Kevin McHugh-

The Castle Rock Chamber Ambassador of the Year! proudly honors Kevin McHugh, Footprint Floors Footprints Floors as the AMBASSADOR OF THE QUARTER AND THE AMBASSADOR OF THE YEAR! Congratulaons Kevin! THANK YOU FOR YOUR OUTSTANDING, CONTRIBUTIONS! WE GREATLY APPRECIATE YOUR EFFORTS!

Goodbye from John Members, Board and the Castle Rock Community ARer almost five years with the Castle Rock Chamber of Commerce I have resigned my posi.on as the King of Fun (Events Manager). The past years have been a fantas.c ride and I have enjoyed ge4ng to know all of you and con.nuing to make our community Rock! To the Volunteers that have supported me and the Chamber, I hope you know I could not have done any of this without you and your con.nued support. I’m confident that I am leaving you in GREAT hands with the Amazing Team here at the Chamber. I am looking forward to seeing all of you around town and from the other side of these great events! I am also looking forward to a great 2018 and beyond for the Castle Rock Chamber of Commerce, all the Members, and the Community I call home! John M Woodrick King of Fun 6


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Time: 11:30 AM to 1 PM

RSVP AT CASTLEROCK.ORG - LUNCH IS PROVIDED

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Business Trainings are held at the CR Chamber.

Third Tuesday Fees/Admission: FREE -Networking level/above; $10 Comm. Connecon $25 for Future Members

Register Online: https://business.castlerock.org/events Creating a Comprehensive and Current Marketing Plan

Managing a Multi-Generational Workforce

Date: January 18, 2018 Time: 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM Presenter: Michael Chestnut, rered Procter and Gamble execuve and SCORE business advisor If you own a business then, by default, you are engaged in marke.ng. But, do you have a marke.ng plan that is well thought out, comprehensive and current? • • •

When was the last .me that you sat down and really thought through all the marke.ng efforts you make and all the ones that are possible but that you don’t use? Are you missing any of the important components of a comprehensive marke.ng plan? Have you modified your marke.ng plan to recognize changes in your business and the marketplace?

Date: February 8, 2018 Time: 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM Presenter: Heather Looney, President of Execuve Search Associates Managing a Mul.-Genera.onal Workforce Explore prac.cal skills to understanding, iden.fying mo.va.on and inspiring ac.on for the many genera.ons in the work force. •

If not, come par.cipate in this Biz Builder Lunch n Learn. The class will help you think through: • The primary components of a successful marke.ng plan • How to iden.fy and leverage your strengths • Data sources to build your plan • How to do a reality check on your plan • Iden.fying your best customers • Top marke.ng tac.cs

Please Note: Lunch is NOT served. 9

Do you some.mes feel like you are speaking a different language than your staff, colleagues or business associates? Do you wonder why certain people "just don't get it"?

Don't miss this opportunity to unlock some of the hidden secrets to movaon for the four generaons currently operang together in the work force. Fees/Admission: Free to Chamber Members $25.00 for Non-Members


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Chamber Calendar of Events January 16 Government Interests CommiFee 7:30 am, Chamber January 17 Leadership Douglas County Steering CommiFee 7:30 am, Chamber Leads Referral Group, 11:30 am, Castle Café Community Leadership meeng, 11:30, Chamber Business APer Hours, 5:00-7:00, Guaranty Bank January 18 Power Partners Leads Group, 7:30 am, Chamber Biz Builder Lunch ‘n Learn – Create a Comprehensive Marke.ng Plan, 11:30-1:00, Chamber

February 1 Power Partner Leads Group, 7:30 am, Chamber Douglas County Job and Career Fair, 11:30-6:30, Douglas County Events Center

January 23 Breakfast Club Leads Group, 7:30 am, Village Inn Leads Plus Group, 11:30 am, Pegasus January 24 Wellness Rocks! Stop the Bleed, 11:30-1:00, Chamber

THANK YOU SPONSOR!

January 25 Member Orientaon, 7:30 am, Chamber

Beverage Sponsor

Ribbon CuSng, Hand and Stone Massage, 12 pm, 1345 New Beale Street Suite 150

The Pepsi BoFling Co 3801 Brighton Boulevard Denver, CO 80216

January 26 Chamber Board Retreat/ Planning Retreat, 8:30 am, MAC

February 8 Biz Builder Lunch ‘n Learn – Managing a Mul-generaonal workforce, 11:30-1:00, Chamber February 13 Breakfast Club Leads Group, 7:30 am, Village Inn

February 21 (cont) Community Leadership meeng, 11:30, Chamber Business APer Hours, 5:00-7:00, Ent Credit Union, Promenade February 22 Member Orientaon, 7:30 am, Chamber

Leads Plus!, 11:30-1:00, Pegasus February 3 Douglas County Lifestyle Expo, 8:00-2:00, Douglas County Events Center

February 15 Power Partners Leads Group, 7:30 am, Chamber

Zackari Parrish 5k Run/Walk Registra.on begins at 7:30 AM

February 20 Government Interests CommiFee, 7:30 am, Chamber

February 6 Government Interests CommiFee, 7:30 am, Chamber

Third Tech Tuesday – The 6 Ws of Facebook, 9:30 am, Chamber

February 7 Leadership Douglas County 7:30 am, Lone Tree Library

February 21 Leadership Douglas County Steering CommiFee, 7:30 am, Chamber

Leads Referral Group, 11:30, Castle Café

Leads Referral Group, 11:30, Castle Café 11

Chamber Board of Directors Mee.ng, 11:30-1:00, Chamber February 27 Breakfast Club Leads Group, 7:30 am, Village Inn Leads Plus!, 11:30-1:00, Pegasus February 28 Women of Influence Luncheon, 11:30-1:00, Holiday Inn Express


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Members Only Sec.on Enhancements The Castle Rock Chamber makes it easy for members to take full advantage of their benefits, all you have to do is take the first step!

Did you know the Castle Rock Chamber of Commerce has made several exci.ng improvements to the “Members Only” sec.on of the Chamber website that will make it easy for you to take full advantage of your benefits? Take a moment to visit the page at: h p://www.castlerock.org/membersonly/

Please familiarize yourself with all of our amazing benefits we have to offer your business, beer yet...become an expert and aend one of our Member Orienta!ons that are held on the last Thursday of every month at the Chamber.

Member Orientaon Nov 30 & Dec 28 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM Castle Rock Chamber How to Access Your Member Page Just email Sue@castlerock.org to request your username and password informa.on. We’ll verify the name and organiza.on submi4ng to confirm that the email used to make the request is valid and belongs to your membership account. Then we will email your username and password to the email address that was used to request the login info.

Business Directory Features ARer joining the Chamber, all members receive a company login name and password to access the Member Informa.on Center of the Chamber website. Members Login: h p://www.business.castlerock.org/login/

Contact Alicia at the Chamber for ques.ons or assistance. Email her at Alicia@castlerock.org.

Increase Your Exposure Members can link their Facebook page, LinkedIn account, and/or Twi er page to their business directory lis.ng as well as upload a “Membership Badge” to your website that proudly lists you as a member of the Castle Rock Chamber of Commerce. Be sure to add your Hot Deals and a Member 2 Member Deal to promote your support to the Castle Rock Business Community. Lastly, proudly display your Membership Decal s.cker on your storefront or vehicle. This decal symbolizes your business’s commitment to the Castle Rock community.

Let’s Get Social Be sure to visit and connect with us on Facebook and TwiFer. Make sure you Like our facebook page and click Noficaons On - never miss a post. Direct Market to fellow members on our Members Only Facebook Page: h ps://www.facebook.com/groups/ castlerockchamber.membersonly/ —Check in whenever you visit the Chamber, let your customers know YOU ARE INVOLVED IN THE CHAMBER & YOU CARE ABOUT OUR COMMUNITY! h ps://www.facebook.com/ CastleRockChamber/ 14

The Chamber’s Job Board is a Huge Success—Post Your Openings Today! Need Help, Ask Sue! www.DouglasCountyJobs.com OR www.CastleRockCareers.com

Save Money Use Our Connecons! BULK MAIL DISCOUNTS Bulk Mail Rates are offered to Chamber Members in good standing. Members can use The Chamber’s bulk mail permit number to significantly reduce the cost of postage for qualified mailings. OFFICE DEPOT SAVINGS Members can save approximately 15% to 25% annually on their office supplies! CERTIFICATE OF ORIGIN Do business out of the country? Need a Cer.ficate of Origin? THE CHAMBER CAN HELP! A Cer.ficate of Origin (CO) is an important interna.onal trade document a es.ng that goods in a par.cular export shipment are wholly obtained, produced, manufactured or processed in a par.cular country. COs also cons.tute a declara.on by the exporter. The Castle Rock Chamber is an approved provider of COs for the state.


RIBBON CUTTING CELEBRATIONS-CONGRATULATIONS!

Mountain West Landscaping – 333 Perry Street, Suite 308, Castle Rock, CO 303-660-3560 – Landscape Contractor www.mountainwestlandscaping.com

Trestles Coastal Cuisine 880 W Happy Canyon Rd, Castle Rock, CO 303-663-3622 – Restaurants – Fine Dining – www.trestlescastlerock.com

Firehouse Subs – 3993 Limelight Drive, Castle Rock, CO 303-660-6121 – Caterers, Restaurants – www.firehousesubs.com

24 Hour Fitness - Castle Rock Super Sport 5745 New Abbey Lane Castle Rock, CO 80108 Health Fitness Wild & Birds Unlimited 320 W. Allen Street, Castle Rock, CO – 303-660-6334 – Retail – www.castlerock.wbu.com

Westerra Credit Union 4625 Trail Boss Drive, Castle Rock, CO – 303-321-4209 – Credit Unions www.westerracu.com 15


CONGRATULATIONS MEMBERS CELEBRATING ANNIVERSARIES January Anniversaries

Number of Years

FirstBank of Douglas County Guaranty Bank & Trust Co. CoWest Insurance Group Wonstolen, Al Douglas County Historic Preserva.on Board Castle Rock Development Company Castle Rock Historical Society and Museum Meadows Neighborhood, The Furniture Workshop Castle Rock Magazine The Tax Whisperer Colorado Chris.an University Douglas County Sheriff's Office DAZBOG COFFEE NickLucey.com Castle Rock Zip Line Tours Tri-Lakes Garage Doors Fidelity Na.onal Title Company Schlanger & Company, LLC The Joint Chiroprac.c Block Advisors DLH Architecture, LLC Bellco Credit Union Barco's Pain.ng of Colorado Window Genie of Castle Rock Feinner Life Praying Hands Ranch Home Instead Senior Care Execu.ve Search Associates Bringing Talented People Together Ent Credit Union

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Castle Rock Chamber is again partnering with Journal Communicaons to create the 2018 Livability Castle Rock. As you know, one of our primary roles is to promote Castle Rock-Douglas County to bring investment and jobs here, as well as a ract new residents and visitors. We all realize the benefits of growth and its impact on prosperity. Once again, we are partnering with Livability Media, a division of chamber member Journal Communica.ons, to execute our digitally centered marke.ng program that includes aggressive exposure on Livability.com, a na.onally recognized authority on the best places to live and work. It also includes our outstanding print publica.on, Livability Castle Rock-Douglas County, Colorado. We intend to reach vital target audiences ranging from site selectors to entrepreneurs, talented individuals and families a racted to our quality of life – and visitors eager to see our natural beauty and experience our dining, shopping and historical a rac.ons. I strongly encourage you to learn more about this program by mee.ng with our Livability Media representa.ve and consider suppor.ng the program through your adver.sing par.cipa.on. It will be the centerpiece of our marke.ng efforts. Sincerely,

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Pam Ridler, CCE THANK YOU SPONSOR!

Storage Sponsor

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Park Street/Jerry Street Storage 1500 N. Park Street Castle Rock, CO 303.688.2242


Members Celebra.ng Chamber Anniversaries Company Name:

# of Years

Hier Drilling Company 44 Park Street Jerry Street Storage 41 The Fort CPA Group 38 Op.cians 2 38 Land Title Guarantee Co. 37 Boyd Chiroprac.c 34 Black Hills Energy 32 Acme Brick 32 Double D Auto Repair, Inc. 32 Castle Pines Golf Club 31 MW GOLDEN CONSTRUCTORS 31 Intermountain Rural Electric Associa.on 31 Ted Spring Photography 31 Olinger- Dignity Memorial 31 Town of Castle Rock 31 Colorado Community Media 31 Folkestad, Fazekas, Barrick & Patoile, P.C. 31 Hair Design Team 31 White Construc.on Group 31 Rotary Club of Castle Rock 31 Medved Autoplex Castle Rock 30 Waste Management 30 Arapahoe/Douglas Works! 29 Air Academy Federal Credit Union 29 Columbine Kitchen & Bath 29 Pediatrics at the Meadows, PC 29 Pegasus Restaurant 29 Gabriel's Restaurant and Tuscan Bar 28 Village Inn Pancake House 28 Gene's Auto & Muffler Service 28 Castle Rock AreaNewsle ers 27 Castle Rental, Inc. 27 Douglas County Libraries 27 PRO Plumbing Service 26 Insurance Town and Country 26 Outlets at Castle Rock, The 26 Big O Tires 25 Crisis Center 25 Douglas County Board of County Commissioners 25 Party Time Rental, Inc. 25 Castle Rock Senior Ac.vity Center 24 Park Land Company 24 Flying Horse Catering 23 Castle Cafe 22 Kokish & Goldmanis, P.C. 21 BreakThroughs, Inc. 21 FirstBank of Douglas County 21

Company Name:

# of Years

Brookside Inn 21 CSU Coopera.ve Extension 21 Cherokee Ranch & Castle Founda.on 21 NAPA Auto Parts 21 Crystal Valley Ranch Dev. Co. 20 Allstate Insurance - The Lowry Agency 20 Angie's Restaurant 20 BEST WESTERN PLUS Castle Rock 20 Douglas Land Conservancy 20 Faith Lutheran Church 20 Castle Rock Foot & Ankle Care 20 Link Real Estate Group 20 Douglas County Govt. 19 Sco & AssociatesDispute Resolu.on Services 19 Rockyard Brewing Co. 19 Douglas Elbert Task Force 19 Red Hawk Ridge Golf Course19 Copperfalls Spa and Salon 19 UPS Store, The 19 Links at Plum Creek, The 18 Comfort Technologies, Inc. 18 Courtesy Plumbing & Hea.ng Services, Inc. 18 American Solu.ons for Business 18 Castle Country Assisted Living, Inc. 18 Berkshire Hathaway Preferred Real Estate 17 Liv Sotheby's Interna.onal Realty - Castle Rock 17 Makkai Capital Management - Adam Makkai, CFA 17 Sky Ridge Medical Center 16 GLB Bookkeeping & Tax 16 Rock, The 16 Nytech Hea.ng & Cooling 16 Dumb Friends League - Buddy Center 16 Heard Financial Solu.ons 16 Theatre of Dreams Arts & Event Center 16 Echo Ridge at Metzler Ranch 15 RE/MAX Alliance - The Kirk Team 15 Edward Kraemer & Sons, Inc. 15 FASTFRAME of Greenwood Village 15 Bruce L. Fosdick, CPA, PC 15 Castle Rock Orthodon.cs 15 Plumbline Services, Inc. 15 Campbell Chiroprac.c, Inc. 15 17

Company Name:

# of Years

TMMC Property Management 15 Parker Port-A-Po y, Inc. 15 Echo Pages 14 San.ago's Mexican Restaurant Douglas County Living Webolu.ons developersDen SERVPRO of Castle Rock/Parker State Farm Insurance - David Topolnicki Pinnacol Assurance Signature Interiors /Rita Coltrane Pure Water Solu.ons, Inc. American Legion Post 1187 Union - An American Bistro Castle Rock Bank at Castle Pines Minute Man Press DeYoung Brothers Construc.on gopixel design studios, inc. CoolCarGuy.Com Metro Mix, LLC Plum Creek Church Peak View Dental, P.L.L.C. Castle Oaks Covenant Church Camp Bow Wow Venaxis, Inc. Brooklyn Veterinary Clinic, & PAWS Pet Resort Summit Church of Castle Rock PATH Payments Grand Lodge on Peak 7 / BGV Marke.ng Sunset Stone Rey Cinocco - LPL Financial RE/MAX Professionals - Joan Pra

IMI Global Cox Baker & Page, LLC BJ Enterprises Back Flow Tes.ng & Repair A Repair Guy, Inc. H&M Transmission, Diesel, Collision 1 STOP Tire & Auto Goddard School, The JM Kitchen and Bath Murray, Carole 180 Branding Con.nues on pg: 18

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RIBBON CUTTING CELEBRATIONS-CONGRATULATIONS! February Anniversaries Con!nue from Pg: 17 Company Name: # of yrs. Castle Pines Electric Barnes Plumbing and Hea.ng, Inc Aflac - Wendell Cummings Plum Creek Funding, Inc Knothead Tree and Lawn Chick-fil-A Douglas County Community Founda.on CertaPro Painters of Castle Rock Castle Rock Mini Storage Colorado Pump Service & Supply Co. Guadalajara Tallgrass Kitchen & Bath CALF - Colorado Agricultural Leadership Founda.on Cetera Advisors - Patrick Brannan Re.rement Strategies & Investments, Inc. Premier Pain.ng LLC Historic Douglas County Outback Steakhouse Augus.ne Grill Colonial Benefit Group Jaris Realty, Inc. Greater Castle Rock Art Guild Castle Rock Smiles Pediatric Den.stry GE Johnson Construc.on Company The Barn An.ques and Specialty Shops KC Mortgage LLC American Family Insurance - Timothy Brown Agency, Inc. Aluwind Inc. Allstate Insurance - Sydney Strausheim Colorado Horse Park, The Elements Therapeu.c Massage Remote Bookkeeper, LLC Castle Rock Church of Christ One Clear Choice Garage Doors Comcast Parts Interna.onal, Inc. RoofingScience.com World Orphans Johnston Construc.on Holiday Inn Express and Suites Master Magne.cs, Inc. Mathnasium of Castle Rock Cranelli's Italian Restaurant Paczosa and Associates, P.C. Wes_ield Consul.ng, LLC OnPurpose Enterprises Transamerica Financial Advisors MC2 Home Inspec.ons, LLC 3to5 Club Life.me Windows and Siding/ Life.me Solar Solu.ons Uncle Maddio's Pizza Cold Stone Creamery Rinse Studios JLS Landscape & Sprinkler, Inc Orchard Med Spa Hollis + Miller Architects DLA Advisors

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Share the Good News! Ribbon Cu)ngs are poignant events marking a business grand opening, reopening, or other momentous event. Ribbon cu)ng ceremonies are popular chamber events for chamber members, with chamber and local officials, chamber board and ambassadors or volunteers in aendance.

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Authen.c Connec.ons Counseling Center 333 Perry St, Suite 207, Castle Rock, CO 303-842-0041 – Counselors www.authen.cconnec.onscounseling.com

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European Wax Center 1341 New Beale Street, Castle Rock, CO - 303-569-8600 – Spa – www.waxcenter.com

Contact Jolene to learn more! Email Jolene@castlerock.org or call 303-688-4597 18


Leverage Our Business Connec.ons & Experience

Accelerate Growth, Promote Excellence Let us help you establish a firm business founda.on- from showing you how to develop your business plan, to iden.fying the best ways to obtain funding, and everything else associated with opening your doors. All services and informa.on are at li le or no cost to both start-ups and established businesses in Douglas County, Colorado. Our business consultants leverage their combined years of experience to help you guide your business to sustainable success year aRer year.

Contact Daune@Castlerock.org at the Chamber to learn more about our business training courses. Do you have quesons about… • • • • • •

Starng a business? Developing your business plan? Markeng and sales planning? Accounng or tax advice? Securing financing? Managing your growth? Speak to one of our Business Experts!

GOT LEADS….WE DO—JOIN A LEADS GROUP TODAY! LEADS PLUS! 2nd & 4th Tuesdays 11:30 AM—1:00 PM Meets at: Pegasus Jolene@CastleRock.org

BREAKFAST CLUB 2nd & 4th Tuesdays 7:30 AM—9:00 AM Meets at: Village Inn Sue@CastleRock.org

LEADS REFERRAL 1st & 3rd Wednesdays 11:30 AM—1:00 PM Meets at: Castle Cafe Sue@CastleRock.org

POWER PARTNERS 1st & 3rd Thursday 7:30 AM—9:00 AM Meets at: Castle Rock Chamber Sue@CastleRock.org 19

Register online now at: h p:// www.castlerock.org/ excelerate-business/ It’s Free & Confidenal! We’re Here to Help!


OUTSTANDING MEMBER RECOGNIZED FOR COMMITMENT!

The Castle Rock Chamber proudly honors Nadine Kirk, RE/MAX Alliance - The Kirk Team as our November Business of the Month recipient. They have been members of the Castle Rock Chamber for nearly fiPeen years. Nadine is an Ambassador and serves on the Chamber Board of Directors. Thank you for your outstanding commitment to the Castle Rock Chamber. We greatly appreciate your outstanding efforts.

RE/MAX Alliance - The Kirk Team 719 N. Wilcox St. Castle Rock, CO 80104 (303) 941-4221 hFp://thekirkteam.com This Luncheon Series provides opportuni!es and a venue for women leaders to network, share their best insights and business prac!ces, and foster connec!ons with others. Each quarterly luncheon will address a par!cular key issue and solu!ons to women's advancement.

We are pleased to welcome: Jean Barrick, Associate Vice President – Global Operaons

Women of Influence Luncheon February 28, 2018 Time: 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM Holiday Inn Express 610 Genoa Way Castle Rock, CO 80109 Get Tickets: CastleRock.org

Jean Barrick has over 20 years of leadership experience, with over eighteen years specializing in con.ngent workforce solu.ons. Her exper.se spans the development of streamlined solu.ons, wri.ng strategic business plans, crea.ng training and development programs, and delivering outsourced solu.ons for MSP, VMS, RPO, SOW, Freelancer, Payrolling, and workforce consul.ng services. Currently, Jean leads the Global Opera.ons team, working with teams in Europe, South America, and Asia. Her team focuses on incorpora.ons, start-up opera.ons, labor laws and compliance, sales support, implementa.ons, program readiness and delivery, and development of strategic value-added services. Jean holds a Masters of Human Rela.ons from the University of Oklahoma and a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Interpersonal Communica.ons, with a double emphasis in Management and Public Rela.ons, from Nebraska Wesleyan University.

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WELCOME NEW MEMBERS An Eggceponal Match 757 Maleta Ln, Suite 104 Castle Rock, CO 80108 Phone: (720) 733-0184 Primary Rep: Angela Bevill Website: h p:// www.donatedeggs.com Categories: Healthcare* Arc ThriP Stores 814 S. Perry St Suite B Castle Rock, CO 80104 Phone: (303) 231-9222 Primary Rep: Maggie Scivicque Website: h ps://arcthriR.com/ Categories: Retail* Aspen Grove Salon 801 Park Street Castle Rock, Colorado 80109 Phone: (303)663-4772 Primary Rep: Caroline Douglas Website: h p:// www.aspengrovesalon.com/ Categories: Spa* Auctus Search Partners, LLC 8400 East Pren.ce Ave Suite 1500 Greenwood Village, CO 80111 Phone: (877) 873-9299 ext. 700 Primary Rep: Ken Greenberg Website: h p:// www.auctussearchpartners.com

DAHL CASTLE ROCK KITCHEN AND BATH 1733 SOUTH PERRY STREET SUITE 105 CASTLE ROCK, CO 80104 Phone: 720-531-4006 Primary Rep: TOM BUSH Website: h p:// DAHLPLUMBING.COM/ CASTLEROCK Categories: Home Improvements*

Instruconal ABA Consultants 312 Wilcox Ave Suite 200 Castle Rock, CO 80104 Phone: 7205123970 Primary Rep: Paula Carr Website: h p:// www.iabaconsultants.com Categories: Healthcare*

Envision Counseling Clinic 734 Wilcox St. Suite 202 Castle Rock, CO 80104 Phone: 720-935-2663 Primary Rep: Steve Johnson Website: h ps:// www.envisionclinic.com Categories: Counselors*, Mental Health Care Expedia CruiseShipCenters 440 4th Street Castle Rock, CO 80104 Phone: 720-642-8777 Primary Rep: Brenda Skogen Website: h p:// www.cruiseshipcenters.co m/en-US/CastleRock Categories: Travel Agency & Lodging*

Categories: Execu.ve Search* Brightway, The Scheibe Agency 380 N Perry Street Suite 250 Castle Rock, CO 80104 Phone: 303-773-9030 Primary Rep: Robert Scheibe Website: h p:// www.brightwayscheibe.com Categories: Insurance - Property & Casualty* Car Wash USA Express 5711 New Abbey Lane Castle Rock, CO 80108 Phone: 720 288 1540 Primary Rep: Julie Crozier Website: h p:// www.carwashexpress.com Categories: Automobile - Car Wash* Class 101 Castle Rock, CO 80104 Phone: 720-767-3101 Primary Rep: Laura Weitenhagen Website: h p:// www.myclass101.com Categories: Educa.on*

Farm Bureau Insurance Chad Parker 3740 Dacoro Ln, Ste 150 Castle Rock, CO 80109 Phone: 303-688-5193 Primary Rep: Chad Parker Website: h p://

KeyBank 4535 Milestone Lane Castle Rock, CO 80104 Phone: 303-663-5340 Primary Rep: Peter Bentley Website: h p://www.key.com Categories: Banks*, Financial Ins.tu.ons Legacy Village of Castle Pines 535 W. Castle Pines Parkway Castle Pines, Colorado 80108 Phone: 303.663.9800 Primary Rep: Rachel Davenport Website: h p:// www.legacyvillagecastlepines.com

Categories: Senior Living* Lutheran High School 11249 Newlin Gulch Blvd Parker, CO 80134 Phone: 303-841-5551 Primary Rep: Hannah Buchholz Website: h p:// www.lhsparker.org Categories: Educa.on* Mountain Air Comfort Systems 353 Park Court Castle Rock, CO 80109 Phone: 303-814-327 Primary Rep: Kris dePontbriand Website: h p:// MountainAirMobile.com Categories: Hea.ng & Air Condi.oning*, Contractors - Air/ Hea.ng

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Categories: Insurance* Goodwill Industries of Denver 355 Barranca Dr. Castle Rock, CO 80108 Phone: (720) 492-1961 Primary Rep: Prisilla Hunt Website: h p:// goodwilldenver.org Categories: ThriR Store* Hand and Stone Massage 1345 New Beale Street, 150 Castle Rock, CO 80108 Phone: (308) 440-9810 Primary Rep: Ma hew Gill Website: h p://h ps:// www.facebook.com/HandStone-Massage-and-FacialSpa-Castle-Rock-COCategories: Massage*

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Sozo Chiropracc 102 S. Wilcox St. Castle Rock, CO 80104 Phone: (720) 390-5757 Primary Rep: Dr. Joseph Schmi , DC, Website: h p:// sozocastlerock.com/ Categories: Chiropractors*

Suck It Up Tile and Carpet Cleaning Llc Elizabeth , CO 80107 Phone: 303.880.8359 Primary Rep: Travis Teague Website: h p:// Suckitup.leandcarpetcleaning.com Categories: Carpet and Upholstery Cleaners* Western Wealth BeneďŹ ts 6000 Greenwood Plaza Blvd, Suite 100 Greenwood Village, CO 80111 Phone: (720) 384-4030 Primary Rep: Brandy Goodnow Categories: Re.rement Planning Service*


CASTLE ROCK COMMUNITY EVENTS— CastleRockEvent.com Biz Builder Lunch n Learn – Create a Comprehensive and Current Markeng Plan @CR Chamber Jan 18 @ 11:00 AM - 1 PM Big Chili Cook-Off @ Denver Metro Associa.on of REALTORS Jan 19 @ 11 AM - 2 PM 2nd Anniversary Keep The Pint Glass @ Castle Rock Beer Co. Jan 20 at 11 AM - 10 PM Castle Rock Preschool Fair @ Ridgeline Community Church Jan 20 @ 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM Grand Opening Celebraon – Ent Credit Union’s Promenade Service Center @ Ent Credit Union's Promenade Service Center Jan 20 @ 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM Parrish Family Fundraiser @ Rose's Bella Cucina Jan 21 @ 5 PM - 8 PM Dave Ramsey Financial Peace University @ Faith Lutheran Church Tickets Jan 25 @ 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM Colorado Winterfeis (Irish Dance Compeon) 2018 @ DC Events Center Jan 26 & 27 @ 7am to 7pm Divorce Care @ Faith Lutheran Church Tickets Jan 28 @ 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM Douglas County Job Fair Career & Community Resource Fair @ DC Events Center Feb 1 @ 11:30 AM – 6:30 PM

Biz Builder- Managing a MulGeneraonal Workforce @ CR Chamber Feb 8 @ 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM Coffee with a Cop @ McDonald's Feb 9 @ 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Art of Marriage Weekend Seminar @ Faith Lutheran Church Tickets Feb 9 @ 6:00 PM – Feb 10 @ 9:00 AM Daddy Daughter Ball – A Night in Paris @ DC Events Center Tickets Feb 9 @ 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM 6th Annual Castle Rock Bull Challenge @ DC Events Center Feb 16 @ 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Feb 17 @ 2:00 PM - 9:00 Pikes Peak Wrestling Presents: Youth Wrestling Championships @ DC Events Center Feb 23,24,25 Varies Times Women of Influence Luncheon @ CR Chamber Tickets Feb 28 @ 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM Mac ‘n’ Cheese & Chili Cook-Off @ Douglas County Fairgrounds Kirk Hall Tickets Mar 3 @ 11:00 AM – 2 PM Kids Consignment Sale by MOMS @ DC Events Center Mar 10 @ 10:30 AM - 2:30

Douglas County Job Fair Thursday, February 1, 2018 Time: 11:30 AM to 6:30 PM Douglas County Events Center

Douglas County Lifestyle Expo Saturday, February 3, 2018 Time: 8 AM to 2 PM Douglas County Events Center

2018 Annual Banquet Saturday, April 21, 2018 Time: 5:30 PM Denver Marriott South at Park Meadows

2018 Elephant Rock Ride Sunday, June 3, 2018 Douglas County Fairgrounds

Chamber Golf Tournament Monday, June 25, 2018 The Pinery Country Club Parker, Colorado

15th Annual Castle Rock WineFest Saturday, July 21, 2018 Time: 2 PM to 8 PM Butterfield Crossing Park

Douglas County Lifestyle Expo @ DC Events Center Feb 3 @ 8:00 AM – 2:00 PM

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BUILDING COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP— Lisa Mixon, leadership facilitator from Credit Union of Colorado, and Lara Mooney, par!cipant from Douglas County, demonstrate the importance of clarity in project management via a peanut buer and jelly exercise!

The LDC Class of 2018 spent December and January exploring opportuni.es for civic engagement and gaining insight into the factors that impact Douglas County economic development; and how transporta.on and master planning are key factors when considering the an.cipated growth within our community. Through tours, presenta.ons and expert panelists, par.cipants got a behind-the-scenes look at Colorado’s 18th judicial district court and saw first-hand how Charles Schwab runs its daily opera.ons as a financial services employment hub for over 4,000 individuals in the heart of Douglas county. The presentaons from the panel on economic development were invaluable. What it is, how it works, and the foresight required in planning for a strong community were extremely insigh5ul. Renee Anderson, Highlands Ranch Metro District

Thank you to our November, December and January Venue and Meal Sponsors: Charles Schwab & Co Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Kneaders of Lone Tree Sky Ridge Medical Center Town of Castle Rock Town of Parker

Photos from these recent classes can be viewed on the LDC Facebook page LDC par.cipants are receiving strong professional development training this year on building effec.ve teams, crea.ng a common vision, strategic planning and cataly.c leadership—skills that they can take back to their workplace to make them more effec.ve leaders and team members. Each class day revolves around a professional development session. In December, the topic was “Nego.a.on” with Ken Greenberg, Auctus Search Partners, LLC and Leadership & Organiza.ons Adjunct Faculty Member at University College-DU. He used the work of Kouzes and Posner to provide a founda.on for discovering “The art of mobilizing others to want to struggle with you toward a shared aspira.on.” In January, Lisa Mixon, PMO Manager, Credit Union of Colorado, walked the class through strategic steps for project management as they begin working on their class project. Considering LDC for yourself or referring a colleague? If you are interested in applying to Leadership Douglas County in 2018-2019 and would like to preview the program by a ending a class day, please let us know by calling 720-440-3726 and/or emailing info@leadershipdouglascounty.com. Classes start in September each year. 23


Our Vision Igni.ng Passion for Business Success and Community Prosperity

Our Mission Support and promote member businesses • Be a “voice” for business to government • Foster a livable community with posi.ve growth •

Upcoming Events— Douglas County Job Fair Thursday, February 1, 2018 Time: 11:30 AM to 6:30 PM Douglas County Events Center

WEBSITE BUSINESS DIRECTORY HITS: Nov/Dec— Page Hits: 33,112 Search Hits: 46,908

Douglas County Lifestyle Expo Saturday, February 3, 2018 Time: 8 AM to 2 PM Douglas County Events Center 2018 Annual Banquet & Awards Ceremony Saturday, April 21, 2018 Time: 5:30 PM Denver MarrioF South at Park Meadows

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2018 Chamber Golf Tournament Monday, June 25, 2018 The Pinery Country Club Parker, Colorado

420 Jerry Street Castle Rock, CO 80104 303.688.4597 ph info@castlerock.org

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