Longmont Chamber celebrates its members and award finalists at Jubilee

The Longmont Chamber of Commerce held its Jubilee event on Feb. 28, 2024, at the Plaza Convention Center, to celebrate its members and the finalists of the Business Excellence Awards. The awards are the most prestigious recognition of local business excellence, and the winners will be announced at the event. Jubilee is presented by the Longmont Times-Call and Longmont Magazine.

The event featured pre- and post-show networking, an exciting production to celebrate businesses and individuals, and a preview of 2024 at the Longmont Chamber, including the newly renovated Longmont Chamber building. Two drink tickets and heavy appetizers were included with the ticket. More than 300 people attended the event, which was themed “The Roaring 20s”.

Business Excellence Awards honor the best of the best in Longmont

The Business Excellence Awards honor the best of the best in Longmont, in four categories: Business of the Year, Nonprofit of the Year, Emerging Business, and Longmont Chamber Legacy. The finalists were selected by a panel of judges, based on their achievements, innovation, community involvement, and customer service.

The finalists for Business of the Year were Evolve Health and Wellness, Flavor of India, and Yellow Scene Magazine. The finalists for Nonprofit of the Year were A Way Forward, Longmont Meals on Wheels, and TinkerMill. The finalists for Emerging Business were Fastsigns Longmont, The Times Collaborative, and Urban Field Pizza and Market. The finalists for Longmont Chamber Legacy were BAS1S Architecture, Blue Skies Massage & Wellness, and Left Hand Brewing Co.

Longmont Chamber looks forward to a successful 2024

The Longmont Chamber also looked forward to a successful 2024, as it unveiled its new vision, mission, and values, as well as its strategic plan and goals. The Chamber also showcased its new logo and brand identity, which reflect its commitment to serving the Longmont business community and enhancing the quality of life in the city.

The Chamber’s president and CEO, Scott Cook, said that the Chamber was proud of its members and their accomplishments, and that it was excited to continue to support them and help them grow. He also thanked the sponsors, partners, volunteers, and staff who made the event possible.

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