Boulder Chamber to hold recovery workshop
Last Updated: 15:50 September 20, 2013
Workshops are free and open to the public, although preregistration is required.
The separate, one-hour workshops will have the same content, and will be held at the chamber, 2440 Pearl St., in Boulder. One workshop will be held from 4 to 5 p.m.; the other will be held from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.
To register, visit www.BoulderChamber.com.
There has not been a total tally made of businesses impacted by the floods. But those in Lyons, Jamestown and other mountain communities remain "significantly affected," since roads to those areas are cut off, said Neal Lurie, vice president of the chamber. Companies with economic problems as a result of floods also are candidates for assistance, said John Tayer, president and chief executive of the chamber.
"We want to provide our local business with every tool available to help them recover and get back to business as quickly as possible," Tayer said in the press statement.
Representatives from the federal Small Business Administration, the Federal Emergency Management Agency and city and county governments will be on hand to talk to business owners who attend the workshops.
The Boulder Chamber is a nonprofit business support and advocacy group with more 1,800 member businesses, a staff of 10 and an annual operating budget of $1.2 million.
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