Apr 12, Wed Noon - 1 - Chamber Luncheon
Apr 18, Tue

7 am - Chamber Board Mtg

Apr 19, Wed

8:35 am - KFTM Radio Show

3 pm - Design Mtg @ Chamber

4 pm - Historical Preservation Mtg @ Chamber

Apr 24, Mon 11:30 - Stakeholders Mtg @ City of Brush!
Apr 27, Thu

1:00 pm - Ambassadors Mtg @ Chamber

Apr 28, Fri Brush Clean-Up Day
May 1 - 6 Small Business Week
May 1-3 National Main Street Conference - Pittsburg PA
May 3-5 Vibrant Downtown Conference - Breckenridge, CO
May 8, Mon 8:00 am - KSIR Radio Show
May 10, Wed Noon - 1:00 - Chamber Luncheon
May 12 - 14 Family Campers and RVer's
May 16, Tue 7 am - Board Mtg
May 17, Wed

8:35 am - KFTM Radio Show

3 pm - Design Mtg @ Chamber

4 pm - Historical Preservation Mtg @ Chamber

May 22, Mon
11:30 - Stakeholders Mtg @ City of Brush!
May 29, Mon

Memorial Day!

Chamber Closed

Brush Chamber of Commerce
218 Clayton Street
Brush, CO 80723
(970) 842-2666
(800) 354-8659
(970) 842-3828 | Fax

Reagan Buchanan
Administrative Assistant
brush@brushchamber.org

Melody Christensen
Executive Director
brushchamberexecdir@gmail.com

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What is Brush Chamber "Main Street"?

The Brush Area Chamber of Commerce "Improvement and Revitalization Team" is a voluntary organization comprised of businesses and professionals who have joined together for the purpose of preserving and improving Brush's downtown commercial district and improving the business climate of all Brush area members and investors. The Chamber is accomplishing this goal with its involvement with "Main Street".

"Main Street" is a program of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. The national "Main Street" organization provides technical support and training. However, "Main Street" in Brush is locally funded and operated. It is the Chamber's belief that local people should solve local issues.

Brush Area Chamber is following the national "Main Street's" Four-Point Approach model, which is successful in many communities in the United States. The Four Points (Design, Promotion, Economic Restructuring and Organization) provide a proven comprehensive method of downtown revitalization and business improvement. Funding is received from both the public and private sectors.