Greater Glendale Chamber of Commerce

2024 Annual Meeting Re-Elects Chamber Board Members

Ashley Minton, Mintore Marketing and Casey Bloyer, Launch Pad Brewery.

Jeff Allen, Chamber COO (left) and Dr. Joseph Vear, True Form Chiropractic.

Jesalyn Barnett (left) and Hannah Walker served as bartenders and hostesses for the 2024 Annual Meeting for the Greater Glendale Chamber of Commerce.

Aron Novoseletsky, Denver 24hr Locksmith (left) and Eric Woody, Four Mile Construction.

Bob Liebhauser, ActionCoach (left) and Rodi Liv, Parker Personal Care Homes.

The Greater Glendale Chamber of Commerce’s annual meeting was held on February 15, 2024, at the Fleming Mansion

Dezra Palmore, Delectable Catering (left) and Natacha Gutierrez, Law Offices of Natacha M Gutierrez.

in Denver. All eight board members

From left to right, ­ Barret O’Brien, O’Brien Rugby; Kelly Bossley, Assistance League of Denver; Keith Clum, ­Digital Insights, LLC; and Ashley Minton, Mintore Marketing.

were re-elected and members enjoyed networking at one of the oldest buildings in Denver.

Built in 1882, the Fleming Mansion began as the City of South Denver’s Mayoral mansion for Mayor James Fleming. Mayor Fleming sold his home in 1891 and it became City Hall for the City of South Denver until its annex to the City of Denver in 1894. In the 115 years that followed, it served as a jail, a library, a clubhouse, and a recreation center until its restoration by The Park People in 2009. As a designated Historic Landmark in the heart of the Platte Park neighborhood, Fleming Mansion is the perfect venue for meetings, events, and social gatherings.

To learn more about the chamber’s board of directors, visit www.ggchamber .com/board-of-directors.

Jeff Allen, Chamber COO (left) and Chuck Line, City Manager, City of Glendale






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