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Leadership Loveland Application Deadline

Application Deadline Extended for 2015-2016 Leadership Loveland Class

 LOVELAND, Colo. – Aug. 3, 2015 – The Loveland Chamber of Commerce, the driving force for Loveland business, today announced that the deadline for its 2015-2016 Leadership Loveland class has been extended to 5 p.m., Friday, Aug. 14. Leadership Loveland develops emerging leaders in order to supplement and encourage high quality local leadership.Applications are available online athttp://www.loveland.org/LeadershipLoveland. The class is open to Loveland Chamber investors for a tuition fee of $525 and to other community leaders for $625.

 Through the involvement of business, civic and community leaders, the Leadership Loveland program aims to identify, motivate and develop community leaders; assist future leaders in identifying issues and problems facing the community and to develop possible solutions; and to provide program participants with opportunities to meet current leaders and encouraging greater community involvement.

From September to May, Leadership Loveland classmates will attend monthly, full-day sessions on the second Tuesday of every month to learn about the community and how to become better leaders; network among themselves, with program alumni and with local leaders; and complete a class project that encourages inspired and active community involvement. During the year, the class will be introduced to a diverse curriculum with sessions on business and the economy, health and human services, educational systems, state government, leadership development, city government, arts & leisure, public safety and natural resources.

Graduates of this program have gone on to become active leaders within the community. The chamber encourages current leaders or persons seeking political office to participate in Leadership Loveland if they have not done so. Anyone seeking or serving in a position of leadership in their company or community would greatly benefit from taking this class.

For more information, please contact the Loveland Chamber of Commerce at 970-667-6311 or by email at info@loveland.org.

 About the Loveland Chamber of Commerce

Founded in 1902, the Loveland Chamber of Commerce is Northern Colorado’s “driving force for business.”  Comprised of more than 700 local companies, the Chamber offers a vast array of educational and networking programs to help its investors, both large and small, gain the skills and resources necessary to thrive and prosper in today’s economy.  As a founding member of the Northern Colorado Legislative Alliance (NCLA), the Chamber also serves as an advocate for business, working on behalf of entrepreneurs to lead and influence local, state and federal policy on issues affecting the unique interests of business in Northern Colorado. For more information on the Loveland Chamber, please call (970) 667-6311 or visit www.loveland.org.

For more information, please contact:

Nicole Yost | Fyn PR for the Loveland Chamber of Commerce | 970-776-9980 | Nicole@FynPR.com

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Orchards Shopping Center gets a new tenant

Orchards Shoppping Center in Loveland seems to be on the verge of getting a big box store as a new tenant.

new_pet_shop_lovelandThis maybe good news for some but not the two local shops being displaced.

I am hearing that a pet company will replace the existing NSCAR shop called Trackside Collectibles. The new unnamed PET COmpany (read betweent the lines) also will occupy what is now Rosemary’s Card Shop.

Trackside Collectibles address is 257 East 29th Street and Rosemary’s is 261 East 29th Street.

The store that sells NASCAR toys, etc. plans to close on Sept. 1.   It looks like Rosemary’s will be around for a couple weeks after that.

Orchards Shopping Center is on a roll, with the opening of Noodles and Co. in the former free-standing bank building.

This addition comes on the heels of the expansion and updating of the King Soopers grocery store also in Orchards.

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Bass Pro Shop — Not so fast

Bass Pro Shop   Gone fishing

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Bass Pro Shop was the topic of a Sept. 2012 BobsHeartbeats.com blog post.   I talked about Bass Pro Shop coming to the Sweetheart City.

At the time everyone was excited that they would be coming soon(?) to the I-25 and Highway 34 exchange.

Over the months, the relationship between BPS and the McWhinneys seemed to deteriorate.

I predicted a few months ago  (with the input from some pretty knowing people in Loveland) that Bass Pro Shop would not build on that site.

I even bet two Lovelanders a beer that this would not happen.

Well, well–Lookie here.   Seems the BizWest is reporting today that good old Bass Pro will not be building in Loveland.  Makes me thirsty Paul and Al!

My guess, again based on input from others is that Lovelanders with have to drive north to a “crossroad” in the area to get their fishing gear.

 

Here is the link to the BizWest article

 

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Loveland Chamber 2015-2016 Leadership class

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Here is an announcement on Leadership Loveland from the Loveland Chamber of Commerce.   This is a great program whether you are new to Loveland or have been here a while.  I participated in it when I worked at United Way of Loveland-Berthoud-Estes Park.    Bob Mc

Loveland Chamber of Commerce Now Accepting Applications for 

2015-2016 Leadership Loveland Class 

Leadership Loveland develops emerging leaders in order to supplement and encourage high quality local leadership

Loveland, Colo. – June 16, 2015– The Loveland Chamber of Commerce is accepting applications for the 2015-2016 Leadership Loveland class until 5 p.m. Friday, Aug. 7, 2015.  Applications are available online at http://www.loveland.org/LeadershipLoveland/.

From September 2015 through May 2016, Leadership Loveland classmates will attend monthly one-day seminars to learn about the community and how to become better leaders, network among themselves, with program alumni and with local leaders as well as complete a class project that encourages inspired and active community involvement.

During the year, the class will be introduced to a diverse curriculum with sessions on business and the economy, health and human services, educational systems, state government, leadership development, city government, arts and leisure, public safety and natural resources. The class is open to investors for a tuition fee of $525 and to other community leaders for $625.

Graduates of this program have gone on to become active leaders within the community. The chamber encourages current leaders or persons seeking political office to participate in Leadership Loveland if they have not done so. Anyone seeking or serving in a position of leadership in their company or community would greatly benefit from taking this class.

For more information, contact the Loveland Chamber of Commerce at 970-667-6311 or by email at info@loveland.org.

About the Loveland Chamber of Commerce

Founded in 1902, the Loveland Chamber of Commerce is Northern Colorado’s “driving force for business.” Comprised of more than 700 local companies, the chamber offers a vast array of educational and networking programs to help its investors, both large and small, gain the skills and resources necessary to thrive and prosper in today’s economy. As a founding member of the Northern Colorado Legislative Alliance (NCLA), the chamber also serves as an advocate for business, working on behalf of entrepreneurs to lead and influence local, state and federal policy on issues affecting the unique interests of business in Northern Colorado. For more information on the Loveland Chamber, please call 970 667-6311 or visit www.loveland.org.

For media inquiries, please contact:

Nicole Yost | Lauren Rullman | Fyn PR for the Loveland Chamber of Commerce

Nicole@FynPR.com | Lauren@FynPR.com | 970-682-2420

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Local company on the move

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                                                                                                                                                 Boxing up for the big move

 Local insurance company moving

Bob Snyder Insurance–a Farmer Insurance agency–plans to move in mid-July.  Bob and Gail Snyder have sold insurance at their current location on Lincoln Avenue in Loveland for fifteen years.

The new location at 1424 West Eisenhower affords the Snyder’s more room since it has 1,200 square feet compared to their current 750 square feet. The agency has four employees including the Snyders.

The couple will continue to offer life, auto, home insurances.  Additionally, they offer employee benefits and business insurance. Gail also works with Connect for Health organization.

Contact Bob Snyder Insurance at 970-461-5060.

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