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Arvada Chamber Scores Partnership for Local Business

The Arvada Chamber is proud to announce the new partnership!

ARVADA, CO – The Arvada Chamber is proud to announce the new partnership with the SCORE Association, Denver Chapter. SCORE is a valuable network of 13,000+ volunteers who offer small business entrepreneurs confidential business counseling services at no charge. SCORE volunteers have the knowledge and experience to help any small business owner get the help they need. SCORE business mentoring services will be at the Arvada Chamber located at 7305 Grandview Ave. Arvada, CO 80002. This service is for people interested in starting a business, expanding their existing business, or just looking for helpful advice. Each appointment takes approximately one hour, so reservations are necessary.  To schedule an appointment, contact John Morgan 303.384.0260

“We are excited to be able to offer businesses the resources they need to help them be successful. Having a very successful former business owner from SCORE in our office on Mondays will be a great addition.” said Dot Wright, President of the Arvada Chamber of Commerce.

The SCORE Association –

America’s premier source of free and confidential small business advice for entrepreneurs and small businesses is a nonprofit association dedicated to entrepreneur education and the formation, growth and success of small business.

The Arvada Chamber of Commerce – will sustain and grow business in the greater Arvada area by increasing its membership numbers and providing educational programs, networking opportunities, business resources and strategic partnerships focused on creating a successful business climate.

Arvada Economic Development Association –

The Arvada Economic Development Association (AEDA) is Arvada’s community business-to-government liaison and a strategic resource for business information and support. AEDA facilitates business development in Arvada to enhance the community by empowering businesses to succeed, increasing city revenue, and creating new jobs.

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